FlexCareers works closely with organisations around Australia and New Zealand to help them understand the benefits of flexible work, define and implement policies, and to coach and train leadership teams and front line managers on how to embrace flexibility. A HUGE part of this is understanding what YOU want. What is working and what is not – have your say and help us to shape the future of work!!
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In this series, we introduce you to our panel of FlexCoaches, each who offer a complimentary 30-minute chemistry session to our community. This week we meet Shannon Young who is passionate about helping individuals re-engage with the passion that drives them at home and at work.
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Despite the seemingly endless school holidays, the first week of school has arrived with a bang and a feeling on unpreparedness! Emma McEnery shares some useful hints and tips to help your kids, and you, get Back to School and keep on track.
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In this series, we introduce you to our panel of experienced career and life coaches. This week we meet Jo Muir, who is passionate about supporting parents to return to work and assisting them to negotiate flexible work arrangements.
I admit I have asked myself ‘Why?’. As in ‘Why did I decide to have kids?’. I love them to bits but let’s face it, parenting is hard. And it can be even harder when you don’t have any, or little, extended support around you. In this piece, Natasha of CP Balance HR reminds us of the importance of those small moments friends and family can step in to make it a little easier.
For me, trying to change careers has been like trying to change my lifestyle habits. I get into a rut and don’t know how to get out of it. FlexCoach Thai Ngo explains why, at times, we find it hard to change careers and what we can do differently.
This series introduces our FlexCoaches to our community. Read on and get to know Milena McKenzie.