• Is optimism on your risk register?

    Victor Perton     |      January 17, 2022

    An optimistic mindset will help reframe the challenges of our time as opportunities rather than constraints and bring people together in the search for solutions. Victor Perton explains.

  • The time for resilience is now

    Shane Fitzsimmons     |      February 19, 2021

    What makes a good leader? Resilience NSW Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons spoke on leadership traits at the GAP Virtual Summit on National Resilience.

  • How to improve Australia’s national resilience: GAP Summit

    Catherine Fritz-Kalish     |      January 18, 2021

    The final report from ‘A Vision for Australia 2020’ Global Access Partners Summit, released today, examines the issues of national resilience and highlights recommendations to safeguard Australia against future threats.

  • Six tips to make your business resilient In 2021

    Adrian Floate     |      December 11, 2020

    If 2020 has taught business owners anything, it is the importance of being agile and resilient. Adrian Floate managing director of Australian software company Cirralto explains.

  • Building resilience in challenging times

    Gillian Fish     |      December 7, 2020

    What do you need to build resilience? Gillian Fish CEO of The 6am Agency interviewed 21 health and environment leaders from around the USA, Europe and Australia, who each reveal intimate insights, learnings and observations of human behaviour associated with COVID-19.

  • 7 ways to build your resilience

    Lawrence Mitchell     |      November 20, 2020

    Whatever your personal experience and perspective of 2020, one positive outcome from all of the disruption is that wellbeing and resilience have moved up both the corporate and the personal agendas. Lawrence Mitchell explains.

  • Ability to up or down scale supports resilience

    Anne Miles     |      November 17, 2020

    Having a very lean model that can scale up and down very fast is crucial to being resilient in turbulent times, according to Anne Miles managing director, pre-approved marketing and advertising talent network, Suits&Sneakers.

  • Innovation key to resilience

    Geraint Hudson     |      November 16, 2020

    Always innovating is the key to overall business resilience, according to Geraint Hudson, Director of TTQ, a family owned farm machinery manufacturer based in Toowoomba.

  • Building a more resilient Australia

    Catherine Fritz-Kalish     |      November 5, 2020

    Global Access Partners’ eleventh Annual Summit ‘A Vision for Australia’ will bring together the expertise and ideas of 120 national and international thought leaders to chart the course towards a more resilient and sustainable future for the country on Friday 6 November.

  • Calls for more resilience a smokescreen for broken workplaces

    Gary Martin     |      November 4, 2020

    Earlier this year Ita Buttrose declared that the generation born between 1981 and 1996, lacked resilience and needed “hugs” and constant reassurance. Professor Gary Martin explains people end up lacking resilience because workplace circumstances have set them up for failure.

  • Manufacturing a recovery

    Richard Holden     |      November 3, 2020

    The COVID-19 pandemic has shown the need for Australia to revive its domestic manufacturing sector to reduce reliance on foreign supply chains, but a push for strategic manufacturing should build on existing comparative advantage.

  • HAVE YOUR SAY: What do you do to ensure your business is resilient?

    Helen Hull     |      November 2, 2020

    Resilience has become an important focus for the business community. We ask you to have your say today!

  • Protecting Australia’s Sovereign Research Capability in a COVID World

    First 5000     |      November 2, 2020

    A more targeted and tightly curated system for allocating research funding, along with an overarching and long-term national research and innovation strategy has been called for as part of the first report of the joint National Resilience project.