Career Woman

  • How to get comfortable being uncomfortable – it’s the new norm at work

    How to get comfortable being uncomfortable – it’s the new norm at work

    COVID-19 has impacted everyone in some way and our ways of connecting, working and thinking.  With hybrid and remote working in play much has changed and with it we need to ramp up our adaptability, innovation and collaboration, all...

  • A lesson in disrupting the status quo: Cathie Wood

    Cathie Wood is considered among the top stock-picking experts in the game. But outside of Wall Street and the finance universe, few people are familiar with her name which is a shame given a very impressive career and track...

  • Why wellness programs don’t work (and what to do instead)

    According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 45% of Australians between the ages of 16 and 85 will experience a mental health condition in their lifetime.  One in five Australians has taken time off work in the past 12...

  • COVID uniform trends and what the future looks like

    COVID uniform trends and what the future looks like

    When it comes to dressing for work in 2020 it seems the rule book of professional dress has changed. Whilst hoodies and tees were all the rage our thoughts have inevitably turned back to our work wardrobes and how...

  • Why it’s time to take the label off and focus on you

    We know barriers still exist in the workplace, but how many are real and how many are perceived? My belief is that you are a businessperson first and must focus on how to get from A to B in...

  • Important roles for women to thrive in the eco-friendly sector

    There are a plethora of jobs within the Eco-Friendly sector that you could establish yourself in. Certain jobs within this field still have a relatively low female uptake due to these roles being dominated by men. However it is...

  • 3 Things I want busy women to know about their estate plan

    Depending on which statistics you look at, between 50% and 75% of people do not have a valid will, or a will that is relevant to their current circumstances.  I warn all my clients that lawyers make far more...

  • The importance of finding a good mentor

    Remember the old saying, ‘It’s not what you know, it’s who you know’? The statement is still as relevant today-however, I have changed it slightly to ‘It’s who you know and how you access their help’. The bottom line...

  • Reasons to invest in self-leadership

    Self-leadership is a game-changer when we want to be the best version of ourselves. It helps us think, learn and relate effectively, optimising our skills, talents and potential. Self-leadership is leading ourselves from the inside-out. It’s the influence we...

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