Five minutes with…David Grant

Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
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Professor David Grant is the Griffith Business School’s Pro Vice Chancellor, holding executive leadership, management and strategic planning responsibilities for the entire Group. Somewhere amongst this he also (longs to) find time to research into the impact of leadership development and change practices on work and organisation. Somewhat unusually, David looks at these issues drawing […]

Triple J’s Alex Dyson’s tips on how to succeed at university

Arts Education Law
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Griffith University music student Bridget O’Brien sat down the Triple J’s Alex Dyson to find out his best advice regarding university success, when he visited Griffith recently at our Student Mentoring and Leadership awards night. Alex studied a Bachelor of Creative Arts at Melbourne University and throughout his time had many valuable experiences that he […]

Workplace leaders: lose gender, target behaviour

Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
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How does a job become gendered? And what are the fundamental differences created by workers, organisations, governments and various other stakeholders when that happens? The Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing’s Adjunct Associate Professor Yvonne Due Billing (University of Copenhagen) posed these questions, and others, on gendered expectations in the workplace, and in particular, for […]

The role of leadership in building innovation and productivity

Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
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Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing (WOW) and Griffith Business School (GBS) researchers have been awarded funding by the Centre for Workplace Leadership (CWL)—a Federal government initiative based at the University of Melbourne—dedicated to increasing workplace productivity by assessing and building the capacity of small and medium enterprise through frontline leadership, performance and job quality. Associate Professors […]

Christopher Madden, PVC (International), Griffith University wins IEAA 2012 Excellence in Leadership Award

Griffith International
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Chris Madden receiving the ‘Excellence in Leadership in International Education’ Award at the 2012 IEAA (International Education Association of Australia) on 3 October 2012 at the AIEC Conference in Melbourne. This award is in professional recognition of his outstanding leadership and the significant role he has played in international education in  institutions since 1988. For […]