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Science, art or corporate fad? What does an executive coach do… and do you need one?

In 2005 I received a call from my best friend who was attending a Coaching Psychology Conference held at the University of Sydney. She...

So, you’ve inherited a leadership role. What can you learn from your predecessor’s exit?

It’s January. Over the break, you discovered that your CEO or senior executives won’t be coming back after the holidays or if they are,...

Reborn and rechristened: Travello’s CEO on the ground-up rebuild that fuelled global success

Since making the tough call to completely rebrand and rebuild their social travel app, last year, Ryan Hanly and Mark Cantoni have enjoyed global success....

Win an AICD membership and join a community of other owner directors focused on professionalising their businesses.

The Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD), Australia’s leading organisation for company directors, has joined forces with Dynamic Business to give you the chance of winning a year’s AICD membership and a seat on the Foundations of Directorship program.

Does my small business need a board?

You may be a small business but the benefits of appointing a board of directors could be huge. But how do you choose the right people?

The board perspective – why it’s important

Management boards and advisories can take a number of forms but all serve the common purpose of providing a means of accessing external experience and expertise that is not available inside the organization.

TEC-led businesses shine at awards

Executive peer support network The Executive Connection (TEC) is celebrating the success of its program with five of the ten categories in the 2010 Brisbane Lord Mayor’s Business Awards being won by local companies led by TEC members.

Certified CEO (CCEO) Program now available from the CEO Institute

The CEO Institute has partnered with Mt Eliza Executive Education to create a Certified CEO (CCEO) Program, available from 2011.

Shooting Bambi and terminating the terrorist

Ron has been with you for 15 years and runs a major division. He is a good friend, works hard and everyone loves him – good ol’ Uncle Ron. The only problem is that you know deep down that Ron is not capable of taking the division into the future.

Australian businesswomen, where are you?

There are almost no women sitting in executive boardrooms across Australia. Although the ASX recently announced plans to force companies to set targets for gender diversity, it seems Australian women are hitting their head on the glass ceiling more than ever before.