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Category: For people leaders

2021 has been hard. But it was also filled with so. much. hope.

There is no question that the challenges of 2021 have been unprecedented (and are far from over), but I’m of the firm belief that it hasn’t been all doom and gloom. In fact, I think it has been a time of reckoning, surprising us with the gift of clarity and visibility of human rights issues.

Exhausted? How Grace Papers can help

We share some steps to help foster healthier workplaces and prevent burnout by assisting leaders in caring for themselves and exhausted employees.

Career and care during a public health crisis

In the midst of our public health crisis, feelings of fear and uncertainty continue to dominate our lives. However, we can also identify opportunities to make positive changes – and act with leadership and grace.

FlexThinking

It’s time to flex your thinking

The pandemic has forced us to reconsider what we value in our lives, the way we worked before, and the way we’d like to work in the future. Twelve months on, with an opportunity to take those silver linings and embed them, we’re also seeing new flex challenges emerge.

Adam Fennessy

How to Champion Change in the Workplace

We spoke with Adam Fennessy, husband, father of three, Victorian Public Sector Commissioner at Victorian Public Sector Commission, to find out more about his experience of championing change in the workplace.

Mother and child

Think twice before asking same-sex parents these 11 questions

“I’ve been asked lots of inappropriate questions that are really none of people’s business. For example, a colleague in a different department asked how I’d negotiated to have my wife carry our two children. Specifically, ‘How’d you get out of that one?’
(Laura Mullan, She/Her, PwC)