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  1. 1|6 Nancy Nu̴ñez | Diversity, rank and power - Facilitate This! - Omny.fm

    If we want to equalise power in groups, we must work with the dynamics at play. Groupwork Centre facilitator Nancy Nuñez says it’s worth giving it a go. A conversation about rank and power can lead to significant breakthroughs. 

    Facilitate This! is produced by the Groupwork Centre on the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We welcome your feedback via email: podcast@groupwork.com.au      

    https://omny.fm/shows/facilitate-this/1-6-nancy-nu-ez-diversity-rank-and-power

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  2. Buckle up, The Great Resignation is heading Australia’s way - This Working Life - ABC Radio National

    Thinking of quitting your job? Join the club! The COVID pandemic has led to what’s being dubbed The Great Resignation in the US. And apparently this seismic shift in the workforce is about to hit our shores, especially in the tech industry. from global research and advisory firm Gartner shares industry trends and what organisations need to do to head it off at the pass. With stories from , Chicago-based content marketing manager; Cathy, Australian start up founder; and, community innovation director, Culture Amp Producer:

    https://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/this-working-life/the-pandemic-driven-great-resignation/13536416

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  3. Seven Cheap Things

    When we think about the relationship between capitalism and the environment, it’s all too easy to see them as separate spheres bouncing into one another — capitalism devouring nature, like when a forest is razed for development, or nature threatening capitalist progress, like when a natural disaster later wipes out that development. Raj Patel and Jason Moore see the relationship as much more complicated, while also arguing that the environmental crises we face today are the inherent products of the way that capitalism operates. They trace the relationship between capital and the environment through seven cheap things: nature, money, work, care, food, energy, and lives.

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