Debra and Kate explain how to banish the ‘What If’s’ from your vocabulary to be confident and grow from the challenges.
Kate is a full time working mum who believes the secret to having what you want is a supportive spouse, great childcare and help around the house.
Throughout the month of June, FlexCareers is celebrating the amazing work of our FlexCoahes who help our community and who embrace #workplaceflexibility. Over the next few weeks, you will be able to read about their flexible journey’s and why ‘Flex’ matters now and in the future.
‘Being a part of Medibank and benefitting from the company’s flexible working arrangements means Jonathan is able to balance his responsibilities as a father with those of his career’. This is just one of Medibank’s stories, a FlexCareers’s partner employer.
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.
Take a minute to get to know Debra Close, a founding FlexCoach.
We continually push ourselves to achieve in more in our career, family life and sports. Yet, when it comes to giving our bodies the energy they need to help us smash those goals, we often fall woefully short. Alicia Edge, founder of Compeat Nutrition, shares her top tips on fuelling our bodies to maximise performance.
Recent research suggests that we will have six careers in our lifetime and around 17 jobs. It sounds crazy, but with a national average tenure of around 3 years, the numbers certainly do add up. Given what we know about the evolving future of work, are you prepared?
Although Father’s Day has passed, Origin continues to encourage new fathers to play a more active role in the first 12 months of their child’s life. “As part of creating a family-friendly workplace, we want to enable all parents at Origin to be primary caregivers and take the time as needed to be part of…
FlexCommunity member and talented copywriter Katie Tilden shares her thoughts on Flexible working, and her journey to fulfilling her career ambitions and inspiring her family.
When we bring our whole self to work and it is very difficult to separate all the elements of our lives and our persona, and can’t help but bring our work home at night, it’s time we started thinking in terms of a work-life blend
Good things come when professional women are given the opportunity and structured support to balance their family and work commitments.