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Career, Coaching, Gender Equality, Inclusion, Leadership

An update from our CEO: What’s in store at Xplore?

Welcome to 2021 Now that school is back and summer holidays have…

Culture, Inclusion, Leadership

Actions we can take as Allies

Dalisa Pigram-Ross, co-Founder Marrugeku Dance & Yawuru Language Teacher, Cable Beach Primary…

Featured, Leadership

The Power of Self-Belief & Self-Care, Sydney

Xplore for Success hosted our second ‘The Power of Self-Belief & Self-Care’ evening that was generously sponsored by JLL Sydney. Thank you to everyone who came out and took part in this important and much-needed conversation. Your attendance and questions made the night a fabulous success.

Gender Equality, Leadership

Welcome from Amanda Webb

“Step up and talk your walk!” That’s just one action men can take to support gender equality.

Inclusion, Leadership

What does it take to be an inclusive leader?

What are the hallmarks of an ‘inclusive leader’? What benefits does an inclusive leadership style bring to the workplace of today?

Inclusion, Leadership

Inclusive Leadership — from A to Z

My inclusive leadership take-aways from our latest book launch.

Gender Equality, Leadership

Working for nothing? No thanks.

Did you know that Australian women have been working with no pay from 1 July to 8 September? 

Culture, Leadership

Same-same makes no difference: hiring for diversity

One of the most powerful leadership lessons is to appreciate the value of bringing people into the team who think and look different to us.

Career, Leadership

Where on earth is HR?

I continue to hear heart-breaking stories of bullying, harassment, discrimination, and covert or hurtful behaviour from leaders in organisations who not only know better but, ironically, win awards!

Gender Equality, Leadership

How JLL connected its 1,900 employees to the value of resilience in the workplace – and other career ‘intelligence’

International Women’s Day 2016 may seem like a distant memory, but at Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) the gender conversation continues amongst its 1,900 employees Australia-wide.

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