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The challenge of organisational leadership

16 October 2018 | social
The challenge of organisational leadership
Soon after a high performer is put into a position of being responsible for other people, the reality sets in that it’s not easy. It’s hard because no longer do you get to think about yourself all the time – you are required to think about others and what’s in their best interest before your own
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Cyber market to double in size by 2020, says Munich Re

12 October 2018 | social
Cyber market to double in size by 2020, says Munich Re
Munich Re has estimated that the cyber insurance market will double by 2020, thanks to an increase in the use of connected devices and the subsequent surge of complex risks associated with such systems.
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How massive Facebook breach impacts you – expert explains

2 October 2018 | social
How massive Facebook breach impacts you – expert explains
Social media juggernaut Facebook made the headlines yet again, this time as the victim of a massive data breach that affected as many as 50 million user accounts. But one cyber expert warns stolen logins should not be the only thing users are worried about.
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Far-Out Friday – spaced-out insurance policies

28 September 2018 | social
Far-Out Friday – spaced-out insurance policies
We’re often told to “reach for the stars” in our endeavours – but it’s not usually meant so literally.Yet many insurers around the world have done just that, by offering insurance against alien abduction.
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Media, entertainment industry not ready for cyber risk

26 September 2018 | social
Media, entertainment industry not ready for cyber risk
More than half of media and entertainment firms experienced three or more cyber attacks over a 12-month period, according to a new survey from specialist insurer Hiscox.
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Restoring integrity to the insurance industry

24 September 2018 | social
Restoring integrity to the insurance industry
With the insurance hearings of the Financial Services Royal Commission currently underway, explosive revelations about unethical and illegal practices within the industry have dominated media headlines. Already, numerous insurers have seen real-world consequences, with stock prices dropping and potentially-irreparable brand damage.
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Double bounced: Why jumpy insurers are hopping out of the trampoline business

20 September 2018 | social
Double bounced: Why jumpy insurers are hopping out of the trampoline business
Bouncing on backyard trampolines is a national pastime in Australia, so when the worldwide trampoline park trend took off, we were quick to jump on it.
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Josh Frydenberg open to extending banking royal commission

18 September 2018 | social
Josh Frydenberg open to extending banking royal commission
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has confirmed he will “favourably consider” any request to extend the banking royal commission after the inquiry confirmed regulators had been far too soft on bad behaviour.
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More than 60 Melbourne cranes stop work after WorkSafe investigates Box Hill death

14 September 2018 | social
More than 60 Melbourne cranes stop work after WorkSafe investigates Box Hill death
Worksites in Victoria have been told to stop using dozens of cranes, and conduct safety checks on 
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This is the royal commission grilling that sparked a record class action against Australia’s banks

12 September 2018 | social
This is the royal commission grilling that sparked a record class action against Australia’s banks
THIS is the grilling that blew the lid on a massive rip-off affecting millions of people — and could see you refunded up to $3000.   THIS is the banking royal commission grilling that sparked what is shaping up to be the largest class action in Australian history.
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