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Focus: Leadership Focus: 9 Trends that will shape work in 2023 and beyond

In 2022, business leaders faced an increasingly unpredictable environment, with evolving return-to-office policies, higher employee turnover, and burned-out employees (more than ever before, in fact). In 2023, organisations will continue to face significant challenges: a competitive talent landscape, an exhausted workforce, and pressure to control costs amid a looming economic downturn. How employers respond could…

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Feature: ChatGPT

Chatbot ChatGPT explaining itself What is ChatGPT? ChatGPT, also known as the ‘Conversational Pre-training Transformer’, is a cutting-edge machine learning model developed by OpenAI. It is a type of language model that uses unsupervised learning techniques to generate natural language text. The model is trained on a massive amount of text data and can generate…

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Focus: Leadership Focus: 5 Principles of purposeful leadership

The traditional model of the leader-hero who saves the day, knows it all and is often driven by power, fame, glory or money is no longer appropriate. People today expect a different kind of leader. While every company should formulate its own approach to leadership, here’s the philosophy deployed by a leading company as part…

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Focus: Leadership Focus: When your feelings conflict with your leadership role

There are unwritten rules about the emotions you’re expected to show at work. These implicit ’feeling rules’ are so embedded in an organisation’s social fabric that we rarely notice them. However, there are times when there’s a conflict between how you feel and the emotions you’re expected to display. So how do you decide when…

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