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Insync & AHRI Research Paper: 5 tips for HR from government and business leaders

Most organisations are challenged by new and increasing competition from low cost, internet-based business models that are commoditising many products and services. ...

New eyes – new insights

Deliberative forums seek the views of a diverse mix of everyday citizens.

From stereotypical sceptic to passionate diversity campaigner

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

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

New book: 7 Business Habits That Drive High Performance

Insync Surveys' CEO, Nicholas Barnett, has recently published a new book based on ground-breaking research involving the views of over 100,000 employees from around ...

Employee retention in community services

This Insync study takes a closer look at employee retention in community services organisations. We examine the causes of employee turnover and the key initiatives ...

Why people stay: how to keep your best employees

Retaining high performing employees is critical for maintaining and enhancing an organisation's competitive advantage in difficult economic times. That's why we ...

Financials shouldn’t be the only KPIs

Cash flow is the lifeblood of business. Without it they die. We can't achieve cash inflow over a sustained period unless businesses are profitable. This is why most ...

Profitable growth starts with employee empowerment and support

Ground-breaking research into the 5 key people drivers of the profitable growth cycle based on our experience from conducting over 1000 employee and customer surveys ...

The benefits of brevity by Nicholas Barnett

There's an old saying that the more you say the less people hear. This is so true when it comes to discovering and articulating your Vision, Mission and Values or ...

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.