Drawing on the 80/20 principle, IQA Fellow and certified coach Mike Cameron highlights the necessity of focusing efforts strategically to achieve a greater level of acceptance using the persuasive acceptance method.
Bansal to lead Boral
Vik Bansal has been appointed Boral chief executive officer and managing director, effective Monday 5 December 2022.
Boral board begins to change: La Spina out
Boral has begun making significant changes to its executive team as a cost cutting exercise, removing chief finance and strategy officer, Tino La Spina, from his position.
Managers wanted at Melbourne quarry
Castella Quarries has advertised two job vacancies on a countryside quarry north-east of Melbourne, as the company expands across its hard rock resource with a 100-year lifespan.
An essential aspect of effective leadership
IQA Fellow and certified coach Mike Cameron explains why trust is fundamental to effective leadership and a critical factor in building team success across all aspects of a professional organisation.
Emergency preparedness in mines
Lachlan Grant is the Northern Regional Manager for Mines Rescue and Coal Services, which specialises in education and training, workplace health and safety compliance, workers’ compensation, environmental monitoring, and mines rescue consulting and emergency response. He used his speech at the IQA conference to explain why quarries will benefit from ongoing vigilance in their health and safety systems.
Rachael Robertson: Leading on the edge
Considering she dislikes cold weather and had only ever once seen snow, what motivated Rachael Robertson to take on a leadership challenge in one of the world’s most inhospitable environments? Robertson talked to Quarry prior to her presentation at the IQA conference in late March.
Quartz in the rough: NSW sandstone site up for sale
A sandstone quarry is up for sale 40 minutes north of Coffs Harbour in New South Wales, with three extraction pits for a combined output of 170,000 tonnes per year.
Boral earnings affected by floods, war
Boral has been negatively impacted by floods in eastern Australia, as well as increased fuel and coal prices, leading to a drop in expected earnings for the 2022 financial year (FY2022).
Used equipment back in vogue: Report
Used equipment sales have skyrocketed in a range of industries over the past 12 months, as tightened supply chains saw buyers getting competitive for locally sourced machines.