1 July, 2020

Peter Cochrane joins our team

We’d like to welcome Peter Cochrane to Ethos CRS. Peter is coordinating all comments and feedback from industry, community groups and environment groups about the state of the environment for the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment for the State of the Environment Report. Peter has thirty years of […]
1 July, 2020

On the virtual frontline

In three short months, Dr Mary Quilty, Director, Learning Design has produced an entire suite of virtual workshops. Here are some of her observations from the virtual frontline. So Zooming, Skyping, WebExing, and social distancing have become the new Zumba. Like so many of us, I’ve recently mastered the pivot […]
1 July, 2020

Can scorpions be socially responsible?

There is a story, possibly apocryphal, about a frog and a scorpion. On the bank of a river, a scorpion approaches a frog and asks to be carried across. The frog, initially suspicious, is ultimately convinced by smooth scorpion words and the pair proceed into the water. Half way across, […]
1 July, 2020

Blackwhite—July

This month, the Chinese embassy in Canberra has been busy explaining why black is white: In recent days, some Australian media and politicians made baseless accusations of China for spreading disinformation, which is completely rubbish. As a matter of fact, for quite some time, some Australian media have been fraught […]
1 July, 2020

Becoming a great leader

How do leaders and managers support teams in uncertain, challenging times? What makes a manager a great leader? Can bad people be good leaders? Last month, we hosted a webinar on the topic of leadership in uncertain and changing times. Kate Wall, previously chief political correspondent for ABC Radio guided […]
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