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Confidence is a long game

There will be a brief moment of bad headlines for the government that will soon fade away. But the underlying dynamics don’t change: the slow bleeding of the government’s authority.

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The world is run by those who show up

In this edited extract of the new book The Change Makers, Professor Marcia Langton tells author Shaun Carney that when you do the right thing at the right time, people will later call you a leader. What kind of leader am I, if I’m a leader at all? I am…

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Defence mechanisms: why NAB chairman Ken Henry lost his job

Defensive, some say arrogant, behaviour just cost Ken Henry his job. Between 2001 and 2011 Henry was the highly regarded head of the federal Treasury. He steered Australia through the global financial crisis, led the Henry Tax Review, gave birth to the goods and services tax and the mining tax,…

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