Whether you are returning to your previous role or seeking a new position, it’s important to know what is important to you.
Your next worthy pursuit will probably appear in your periphery, where you least expect it.
Follow these tips to ensure a smooth transition
When was the last time when you were in active listening mode? It is a skill that requires practice and self-awareness.
SO you have secured the interview. Well done and congratulations. You now need to kick butt and sell yourself through confidence, articulation and plenty of examples to show how you achieved the results in your CV.
Let’s look at why confidence is not the only key to a woman’s success.
Keep it simple and to the point. Tell them what you’ve achieved.
A step-by-step guide to craft the perfect CV. Here’s everything you’ll need.
Which parts of your life would you like to simplify? And how best to do it?
Whilst becoming a parent is the most incredible experience, it’s a wonder why no-one ever tells you how it really is?
It all starts with self-awareness…understanding ourselves. Really thinking about what am I capable of and what do I want to achieve.
There are a lot of things that need to be remembered and done. There is always so much to do. And despite having full days of getting through so many emails, meetings, decision making and more –there is a feeling of treading water and going nowhere fast as opposed to swimming towards the goal. Sometimes you just need to stop and breathe…
To find balance, it takes consideration, identification of purpose, and knowing who you are, to find it.
Work out what drives you, what is going to be the one thing that will make you get out of bed every day
Resolutions aren’t just for New Year’s Eve! Donna McLeod, Senior Manager – Talent Acquisition for Deloitte Australia on the importance of taking a break to step back and refocus, in order to achieve balance and forward motion.
Our careers will command a large portion of our adult lives and yet very few of us will have a special folder labelled ‘career planning’! FlexCoach Nikki Hobin shares 6 easy steps to craft a winning career plan.
Returning to work is challenging and requires a big adjustment for you and your family. However, with careful planning, open communication and the support of a strong network of friends and family, it can also be an exciting opportunity to regain your professional identity and continue on your career journey.
Follow these three simple steps, which if practiced daily will reap life changing benefits, reducing anxiety and stress and increasing your wellbeing.
Whether you are trying to make your full-time role more flexible, or you are applying for a promotion and proposing to work it part-time, flexibly or in a job-share arrangement, here are four keys things to consider.
Adele was determined to find a role that would give her the flexibility she needed to be a mum whilst advancing her career. Here’s how she found it.