• James Judge

Graduate House of the University of Melbourne interviews James Judge

Around Australia, and indeed the world, workplaces are experiencing great change. As the number of mobile workers increases and companies downsize, internal dynamics are also changing. employee disengagement is also on the rise.

In 2016 a study by Aon Hewitt found that around 8 percent of employees are ‘workplace prisoners’ – employees who stay on at their job, despite being unmotivated and largely disinterested. Never has it been more important to reassess the culture of an organisation to ensure that employees are engaged, conflict free and have the tools necessary to reach their leadership potential.

In this inotesnterview, James Judge shares his thoughts about matters such workplace engagement, empowerment and conflict in the workplace.