Throughout the month of June, FlexCareers is celebrating the amazing work of our FlexCoahes in helping our community and embracing #workplaceflexibility. Over the next few weeks, you will be able to read about their flexible journey’s and why ‘Flex’ matters. Here Kate Wilkie shares her story.
From Our Coaches
Throughout the month of June, FlexCareers is celebrating the amazing work of our FlexCoahes in helping our community and embracing #workplaceflexibility. Over the next few weeks, you will be able to read about their flexible journeys and why ‘Flex’ matters. Julie Lines shares her story here.
If you are thinking of returning to work but are not sure where to start, FlexCoach Carol Erkes has 4 tips to get things going in the right direction. Carol’s years of experience in HR and recruitment means she is able to walk you through the steps to make your career aspirations come true.
Meet Casey, a FlexCoach ready to take your future career to the next level. She will help you feel empowered and help you find purpose and joy in every day. If you want help understanding the values that lie at your heart of empowering meaningful change and making authentic choices, Casey is the coach for you.
Here is the 3rd installment of the Confidence Blog series written by FlexCoaches Debra Close and Kate Wilkie. If you are not loving your job and confused about what to do about it, this blog is for you. Debra and Kate show you 4 steps to build a roadmap for your future that will give you clarity and confidence.
More and more people I talk to are looking for choice and control over their time and effort and it seems some employers are listening, but not enough. There is significant evidence that well-managed, flexible work practices lead to greater engagement and motivation and sustainable businesses.
As mothers, we are given many things on Mother’s Day – some we can’t stomach like raw egg on bread! We are given cards, posters, “best mum ever” mugs. massages and facials. But is it what we really want deep down?
The women I know have chosen or settled for specific roles so as not to feel guilty walking out of the office at 4pm. Roles in which they won’t be expected to attend 8am meetings, or meetings that finish at 6pm, or drinks and dinners with key stakeholders that may keep them away from their families on weeknights. Does it have to be like that?
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 Julie Lines who is passionate and committed to helping people achieve personal and professional growth.
Face your Fears – and make real progress towards your work dreams! This next blog from the ‘Reboot Your Confidence’ series by Kate Wilkie and Debra Close explores our inner fears and shows us how we can overcome them.
FlexCareers continues to bring our community a great choice of career and life coaches. In this blog, we meet FlexCoach Rebecca Grainger who, combining her personal experiences with her sheer passion for helping others, makes women feel empowered to achieve their goals.
We are hard-wired to formulate impressions each time we see something, hear something, read something and meet someone. This is no different when it comes to applying for jobs. It is easy for most of us to communicate and most of us would say we are good at it. However, when applying for a job and during an interview, how you relay your message to the other person is considered an ‘art’.
The reality is that we all have parts of work and life that we want to change – it cant be “perfect” all the time. And that’s true! Trying to have someone else’s idea of balance just isn’t going to work.
LinkedIn appears to be taking over as THE online space to find your next employer and to be found by your next employer. But does your LinkedIn profile make it harder or easier to be found?
FlexCoaches Debra and Kate take are taking us on a journey. A journey to help women find their confidence, return to work and own their future.
In this post, FlexCoach Karen Lewitton shares these easy to follow job-search strategies to give yourself the best chance of landing that perfect role.
‘I can imagine some of you may be thinking, ‘How on earth can I put time and energy into focussing on my own well-being when I already have so much on my plate?’ With some guidance, it can be a simple process’.
FlexCareers continues to bring our community a great choice of career and life coaches. In this blog, we meet FlexCoach Mia Elliott who combines her passion for helping others become successful while facilitating their transformation to achieve their goals.
Take a minute to get to know Debra Close, a founding FlexCoach.
FlexCoach Carol Erkes has these simple easy steps to help you work out what is your personal brand. Asking yourself these few questions will pay dividends to your career.