Building staff engagement for uncharted waters – Professor Peter Murray

Peter Murray (PM) – My name is Peter Murray I’m the Professor of Management at the School of Management and Enterprise at the University of Southern Queensland Well my research typically follows organisational learning, team learning and probably also diversity management. Jim Lindsay (JM) – My name is Jim Lindsay, I’m the CEO of IpswichContinue reading “Building staff engagement for uncharted waters – Professor Peter Murray”

Ethnicity and diversity: Why we need top of the cliff solutions

By Leonie Hayden PROFESSOR EDWINA PIO PRESENTING HER BOOK ‘WORK AND WORSHIP’ AT THE 2016 NATIONAL INTERFAITH FORUM. IMAGE: INTERFAITH NZ The experiences of migrants and refugees are addressed in an annual summit hosted by AUT’s Immigration and Inclusion Research Group. This year a range of speakers will be tackling the workplace. “We are inContinue reading “Ethnicity and diversity: Why we need top of the cliff solutions”

The Rise of the Radicals – The Narrative of Terror Hides Behind its Ideologues – Catherine Shakdam

The 2016 BBC documentary on Deobandis in the UK exposed what many of us knew all along. That the Muslim communities in the United Kingdom are not a monolithic and that there are some schools of thoughts that dominate terrorist violence and intolerance, while other Muslims are held collectively responsible. Most disturbingly, the vast and significant networkContinue reading “The Rise of the Radicals – The Narrative of Terror Hides Behind its Ideologues – Catherine Shakdam”

How early career women help to open up the gender pay gap – Julie Davies and David Fahey

Perhaps Gary Lineker is worth more than Clare Balding? After all, the former footballer fronts the BBC’s coverage of the world’s most popular sport. Balding, on the other hand, presents the BBC countryside radio programme Ramblings and the BBC faith programme Good Morning Sunday, alongside other jobs for BBC Sport. In truth, though, the kerfuffle over theContinue reading “How early career women help to open up the gender pay gap – Julie Davies and David Fahey”

Diversity and Inclusion: Interview

Publication: Workforce Tomorrow (Issue 8, 2017) Interview with: Jawad Syed Excerpt: “Diversity premises on the understanding that there are multiplicities of identities, experiences, and perspectives. By inclusion, I mean the understanding that there are various interpretations and ways of life, apart from the mainstream version, and that these diverse identities and lifestyles should not beContinue reading “Diversity and Inclusion: Interview”