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It's important to have an open-door policy when it comes to team communication. You want to be a leader that's approachable and encourage collaborative problem solving. But how do you do this effectively without disrupting one's own productivity? Below, Mike Barouche, General Manager (Partnerships, Administration and Operations) from Australian Hotels Association (Victoria), explains his views on this common conundrum.
Leaving a mainstream career in public relations behind to work with Aboriginal communities took passion, a vision - and some hard lessons in business.
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