Noetic releases a number of publications through the year, from thought leadership pieces through to regular media and social media commentary. Find them in this section.

3 Tips to Successful Workshop Facilitation

3 Tips to Successful Workshop Facilitation - by Michelle Todd When confronted with the challenge of workshop facilitation, many us will coalesce around our trusty advisor (i.e. our laptops) and start typing into our preferred browser: “Best way to facilitate a workshop” “Top tips for managing workshops”  “How long [...]

3 Tips to Successful Workshop Facilitation2019-04-30T12:43:32+10:00

Critical Infrastructure Protection: Policy & Security Insights

Critical Infrastructure Protection: Policy & Security Insights What does senior leadership look like in times of crisis? How do organisations navigate out of scale events? And what does that look like when these events are so infrequent or novel that they defy a standard response? These are the questions that [...]

Critical Infrastructure Protection: Policy & Security Insights2019-04-08T13:21:40+10:00

Noetic’s new COO on balance in the workplace

Noetic’s new COO on Balance in the Workplace This week Noetic welcomes Denise Cardew-Hall as its Chief Operating Officer. Denise brings her experience across many disciplines including corporate services, strategy, financial management, and process improvement. Having worked in both the public and private sectors, Denise provides her thoughts on the [...]

Noetic’s new COO on balance in the workplace2019-04-30T13:08:38+10:00

Change leadership for equality

Change Leadership for Equality - by Liana Dobson This year’s International Women's Day campaign theme is #BalanceforBetter. The theme focusses on building a gender-balanced world and according to the IWD website, “from grassroots activism to worldwide action, we are entering an exciting period of history where [...]

Change leadership for equality2019-04-03T09:58:36+10:00

Building an inclusive workplace

Build an Inclusive Workplace - by Madeleine Long Many Australian business and government leaders have made diversity and inclusion a key talking point with employees, customers, suppliers, shareholders and the media. However, while there is a reasonable level of awareness in many organisations, the ground realities [...]

Building an inclusive workplace2019-04-03T10:52:54+10:00

Recognising the contribution of veterans

Recognising the Contribution of Veterans - by Andrew Balmaks When Peter Murphy and I started Noetic, we recognised the contribution veterans could make both back into Defence and more broadly to government departments and agencies. We saw the lived experience, knowledge and skills veterans brought to [...]

Recognising the contribution of veterans2019-04-03T10:00:48+10:00

Identifying mentors and avoiding gender-based bias

Identifying Mentors and Avoiding Gender-based Bias - by Michelle Todd A senior woman once told me, “you really need to find a male and female mentor. A male will give you the practical knowledge and skills to be the leader you need to be, and a [...]

Identifying mentors and avoiding gender-based bias2019-04-03T10:56:37+10:00

Recruiting and mentoring for gender equality

Recruiting and Mentoring for Gender Equality Noetic reflects in the lead up to International Women's Day 2019 Noetic prides itself on being a progressive workplace that supports women wanting to take up a career in consultancy. ‘We are always seeking top quality staff and Noetic [...]

Recruiting and mentoring for gender equality2019-04-03T10:20:23+10:00

Our WakeUp breakfast on re-thinking risk

Our WakeUp Breakfast on Re-thinking Risk - by Phillip Forrest Today’s breakfast briefing, facilitated by Matthew Graham and Peter Wilkinson, is the second of our new WakeUp events that bring together executive level representatives from government and industry for a focused discussion. Today’s discussion, Re-thinking Risk, [...]

Our WakeUp breakfast on re-thinking risk2019-04-04T12:51:17+10:00

The fundamentals of good practice in Youth Justice

THE FUNDAMENTALS OF GOOD PRACTICE IN YOUTH JUSTICE The Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) recently announced their annual Australian Crime and Violence Prevention Awards (ACVPA). The awards recognise good practice in the prevention or reduction of violence and other types of crime in Australia. 12 winners were [...]

The fundamentals of good practice in Youth Justice2019-04-03T10:44:31+10:00
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