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Board and Governance

From stereotypical sceptic to passionate diversity campaigner

Nicholas Barnett, CEO, Insync, went from stereotypical sceptic to passionate diversity campaigner. Here, he shares his story.

Leaders need to get REAL

Leaders need to get REAL, be REAL and stay REAL.

Five steps to minimise unconscious gender bias

Unconscious bias occurs when beliefs affect decision-making without conscious awareness. Unconscious associations that link women with families, and men with careers ...

The business case for gender diversity

Despite 40 years focusing on equal opportunity and diversity initiatives, most organisations continue to have very low levels of representation of women in senior ...

Prominent business leaders reflect on the 7 Business Habits

Prominent business leaders reflect on the 7 Business Habits

Taking your board from good to great

These seven suggestions for improvement were selected from 856 suggestions made by 345 directors from 47 boards in some of the largest and most important ...

Transforming your culture? Why innovation and productivity can’t be friends

"We're 18 months into our culture transformation project and we want to know whether we're getting there," said the CEO, looking at me quite earnestly. ...

Overseeing revenue growth in a low growth economy

In a low-growth global economic environment, organisations in all sectors are finding it increasingly difficult to achieve their financial goals.

How the board can drive high performance

Just being a good board may not be enough in the current uncertain, complex and fast changing economic environment. Shareholders and other stakeholders are raising ...

Don’t become a casualty of a low growth economy

Insync's brand new research reveals the 5 key people drivers of profitable growth. Our study involving over 1,000 employee and customer surveys has uncovered five ...

Super fund board performance – from good to great

Guidance on developing a documented policy on board and individual director performance assessments

How to become a partner of choice

How can your organisation become more than a supplier to your key customers?