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work at home workerIs your management team wrestling with the decision to let people work from home? It can be a big change, but it's also a positive and necessary one. Increasingly, people are viewing "work" as something you do, rather than somewhere you go.

When organisations look to the future, the most innovative and successful leaders realize the potential that virtual workforces have to change the face of business. As organisations expand around the globe, remote labor forces are becoming vital to business success.

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non for profitNew Australian research shows that one in two Not for Profit employees do not have access to any professional development.

According to researchers at The University of Western Australia Centre for Social Impact (UWA CSI) and funded by the Origin Foundation and the Australian Scholarships Foundation, the NFP sector is missing a massive opportunity to create greater social change through improving the capacity of its people.

Their research found that 33 per cent of NFP executives have no access to a designated training budget and just 48 per cent of all NFP employees and volunteers receive at least one formal professional development experience a year.

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mentoring miyagiIf you want to incorporate a mentoring strategy or program in your own or a client's organisation, department, or team, these tips will help ensure its success:

Mentoring is a development opportunity for both parties. Eager learners and seasoned veterans who are willing to mentor them can easily connect and begin a consensual, mutually beneficial mentoring relationship. However, the mentoring can also flow in the other direction, since there are many things a seasoned employee can learn from a green one. Regardless of who is the mentor and who is the protégé, both develop important competencies during the relationships, such as organisational information, networking, and political savvy for the protégé, and listening skills, flexibility, and leadership skills for the mentor.

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