BALANCE AT WORK BLOG

Why are you doing that?

In an aside in a recent webinar, Tim Paige from LeadPages mentioned he has a sticker on his monitor that says…

Introvert or extrovert, normal or abnormal: the problem with personality types

By Nick Haslam, University of Melbourne  The idea that people can be classified into types has a long history. Writing…

trust

3 steps to creating your own monster

Have you noticed how many businesses seem to have a ‘problem child’ among their staff? Often this toxicity in the…

Brainstorming for one

Brainstorming is probably my favourite way of getting out of a rut and generating new ideas. It’s a key tool…

Killing the business you love

How smart SMEs save time and money with assessments

For every business, the pressure is on to hire the right person the first time! But for small and medium…

career help

3 steps to building a better business case

Are you required to apply for money for initiatives you wish to implement or purchases you wish to make? When…

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Experience is a great teacher

But only when we open our minds to the lessons it gives. The difference between knowledge and wisdom is experience,…

workplace training

Using Harrison Assessments to develop staff

In our experience, a well-planned combination of tools and activities gives the best outcomes when coaching and training employees. Here’s…

New SLICE survey of people strategies in financial advice practices

The second SLICE financial planning survey examines a range of critical issues confronting financial planning practices, topics that challenge practices’…

Harrison Assessments and privacy

New privacy provisions come into force in Australia today. Here’s a link to the summary for small businesses (annual revenue…

Universities Australia deal to get students ‘work ready’

By Alexandra Hansen, 26 February 2014     Universities Australia has announced an agreement with business groups to collaborate on…

Get it done!

Despite being a coach myself and understanding the value of accountability, I am also probably as bad as anyone else at…

"The last couple of years at batyr has seen incredible growth and the Balance at Work team has supported us along the way. They have helped us improve leadership skills across the team by helping us source and manage mentors, and even engaging as mentors themselves. As a young and fresh CEO Susan has also supported me personally with genuine feedback and fearless advice to achieve great things. "
By Sam Refshauge, CEO, batyr
"We used the Harrison Assessment tools followed by a debrief with Susan, for career development with staff, which then allowed us to work with Susan to create a customised 360 degree review process. Susan has a wealth of knowledge and is able to offer suggestions and solutions for our company. She is always ready to get involved and takes the time to show her clients the capability of Harrison Assessments. "
By Jessica Hill, Head of People and Culture, Choice
"Balance at Work are the ideal external partners for us as they completely get what we are trying achieve in the People and Culture space. Their flexibility and responsiveness to our needs has seen the entire 360 approach being a complete success. The online tool and the follow up coaching sessions have been game changers for our business. The buzz in the organisation is outstanding. Love it! Thanks again for being such a great support crew on this key project."
By Chris Bulmer, National GM Learning and Development, ISS Australia
"We use Harrison Assessments with our clients to support their recruitment processes. We especially value the comprehensive customisable features that allow us to ensure the best possible fit within a company, team and position. Balance at Work is always one phone call away. We appreciate their valuable input and their coaching solutions have also given great support to our clients."
By Benoit Ribe, HR Solutions Manager, Polyglot Group
"The leadership team at Insurance Advisernet engaged Susan from Balance at Work to run our leadership development survey and learning sessions. Susan was very professional in delivering the team and individual strengths and opportunities for growth. Susan's approach was very "non corporate" in style which was refreshing to see. I can't recommend Balance at Work more highly to lead employee and team development sessions."
By Shaun Stanfield, Managing Director, Insurance Advisernet

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