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Women and Work

UniSA Video

Prof Hoobler explains the value of Women Leaders in Organisations and benefits of Women in top leadership roles. Diversity is good for the organisation.

Unethical forms of Leadership

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Prof Deanne Den Hartog discusses leadership and the motivational power the different types it has. For example, Narcissistic leaders and links to unethical practice and trickle-down effect to the company; or Machiavellianism.

Compensation systems

UniSA Video

What is the sequence of the events that take place from the moment a new compensation system is implemented in an organisation to the time were you can observe employees outcomes (attitude and behaviour)? How do people seek knowledge about the pay system? How do they react to it?

Psychological contracts

UniSA Video

As an employee, manager, or employer, we all have had experience with formal employment contracts. But what about the invisible ones? Psychological contracts represent the unwritten mutual expectations between employees and employers and can be even more influential in how employees behave. In today's competitive global economy, understanding the nature of these psychological contracts is increasingly important for effectiveness.

Shared leadership in work teams

UniSA Video

Dr Chia-Yen (Chad) Chiu discusses his research on teams and leadership.

Where does Australia sit when it comes to gender equity in boardrooms?

UniSA Video

For the past two decades, the gender pay gap in Australia has barely shifted, now sitting at an average of 16 per cent. Representation at the executive level is far worse, as Dr Yoshio Yanadori from UniSA Business explains in this video, comparing boardroom representation around the world.

How teams make decisions

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People bring different perspectives and expertise to meetings. How do we manage voice and prevent silence? How do we create an environment where people can speak up? Constructive debate or dysfunctional conflicts? How do we manage power differences so they don’t become a power struggle?