Management System


Caught In The Act!… of doing something right: A neurochemical approach to high performance management.

There is no shortage or theories on how to manage and lead – every day we witness new insights from the famous, talented or deceased. But how might we enact good management on a daily, hands-on basis – and, just as importantly, why? It turns out there is genuine science […]

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The team you get is the team you deserve

The very best thing any manager can have is a great team – a group of talented people who are self-motivated, dedicated, loyal, enthusiastic and keen to work together in achieving great things. I’ve been lucky enough over time to work with and help to develop some of these managers […]


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Management Training Brisbane and Gold Coast

Despite the very best of intentions and efforts, standards of management are commonly lower than the standards managers expect out of their teams. Not surprisingly, in Australia the second most common reason given at exit interviews for voluntary resignations is dissatisfaction with a manager (the most common is dissatisfaction with […]


Performance Management Software

Getting the best out of, and for, your team doesn’t just happen by chance. To consistently benefit from high performance teams and high performance employees, daily management practices need to be based around not just management, but performance management – that is, managing the performance of your team. The common […]

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Mars is here – and after 5 years of research and development, its about time!

Common management practices don’t work – and here’s why Much of today’s people-management practices originate from the “machine view” of organisations, where top-down compliance and efficiency was the dominant approach. This worked well enough when workers were largely uneducated, change was slow and this hierarchical style fitted within top-down social […]