We all know that effective communication with team members, clients, partners, and other stakeholders is essential to building strong and lasting business relationships. I have always worked hard to foster positive relationships with my work colleagues, firstly because of my drive to be professional, but also because it makes me happy to deal with people in this way.
Alex Belperio is an accomplished leader who has held various positions across technology and sporting industries. A self-confessed ‘numbers geek’, he has an impressive track record of propelling business growth by implementing innovative sales strategies and developing high-performing teams. Alex firmly believes that individuals can achieve remarkable feats when given the necessary tools and support to succeed.
As International Women’s Day rolls around again, it’s inspiring and uplifting to reflect on how very far we’ve come, in just a few decades.
Constantly changing IT environments, growing cloud investment, and a rapid stream of software updates threaten to pull organisational focus away from big-picture activities.
The past 12 months have proven particularly challenging for Australian businesses. Faced with everything from cyberattacks and supply chain disruptions, to uncertain economic conditions and staff shortages, many have had to make significant changes to their operations. The coming year is likely to deliver more of the same. Business leaders will need to remain nimble and prepared to make changes as they are required
When a life event like redundancy happens, it can be easy to feel defeated and lost. But it doesn't have to be this way. In fact, redundancy can be the perfect opportunity to re-invent yourself, take on new projects, and pursue the work you've always wanted to do.
The Australian Defence Magazine produces a regular podcast that aims to educate, explain and explore some of the bigger issues around Defence. They have conversations with experts from a range of backgrounds, including the Defence industry and academia.