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A man skirts a barricade at Bondi Beach (Image: AAP/Joel Carrett)

The governing class gets a lesson in trust

After spending years alienating and losing the trust of voters, politicians can't complain when voters tune out on their demands for compliance with public health messages.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Minister for Indigenous Australians Ken Wyatt (Image: AAP/Lukas Coch)

Success in the white political system does not make you a ‘leader’

The new Minister for Indigenous Australians, Ken Wyatt, could be a good leader in the future. But representation is meaningless if it does not carry with it the responsibility to affect change.

How political parties select their leaders

Given this happens so often, it's worth knowing how it's decided.

Just five days out from polling day, the government has announced close to $120 million in funding for the Canning electorate. Will it be enough to save Abbott?

Canning pork watch: can a Hastie funding spree save Abbott’s bacon?

Just five days out from polling day, the government has announced close to $120 million in funding for the Canning electorate. Will it be enough to save Abbott?

Abbott has survived, but his party has no idea what it is anymore.

Rundle: Abbott has been unmasked, and so has the batty Right

Abbott has survived, but his party has no idea what it is anymore.

Australians have a serious problem with leadership, argue Social Leadership Australia's <b>Geoff Aigner</b> and <b>Liz Skelton</b> in a new book. When we don't know adversity it's hard to know how to lead.

The prosperity paradox: who’ll lead when times are so good?

Australians have a serious problem with leadership, argue Social Leadership Australia's Geoff Aigner and Liz Skelton in a new book. When we don't know adversity it's hard to know how to lead.

SA Opposition Leader Isobel Redmond's grasp on her job appears sunk by claims that key federal Liberal MP Jamie Briggs is behind moves to parachute in a replacement, writes <b>Kevin Naughton</b> of <a href="http://www.indaily.com.au" target="_blank"><em>InDaily</em></a>

SA Libs ponder the ‘Newman option’ as Redmond falters

SA Opposition Leader Isobel Redmond's grasp on her job appears sunk by claims that key federal Liberal MP Jamie Briggs is behind moves to parachute in a replacement, writes Kevin Naughton of InDaily

Women struggle to take on the mantle of authority because they don’t feel good about those who have had authority over them, says one expert. Is there a way out, asks <b>Kath Walters</b> of <a href="http://www.leadingcompany.com.au"><em>Leading Company</em></a>?

Women have trouble making friends with their own authority

Women struggle to take on the mantle of authority because they don’t feel good about those who have had authority over them, says one expert. Is there a way out, asks Kath Walters of Leading Company?

Labor retains its small leader in this week's Essential Report poll, but its bad news for both Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott. Voters want to see the back of both of them.

Essential: Labor pulls back some support, but new leaders would help both sides

Labor retains its small leader in this week's Essential Report poll, but its bad news for both Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott. Voters want to see the back of both of them.

Companies need their worker bees, but it's the leaders that make the real difference. Here's 15 ways to be leader at work, from speaking up to not treating your coworkers like slaves. Maybe Turnbull should give it a read?

How to be leader of the pack

Companies need their worker bees, but it's the leaders that make the real difference. Here's 15 ways to be leader at work, from speaking up to not treating your coworkers like slaves. Maybe Turnbull should give it a read?

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