This article is authored by Penny Locaso, Director of Bkindred, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. You can view the original article here. When was the last time you said yes to something you didn’t want to do? For most of the women I meet, unfortunately, this is a daily practice. A practice that impacts … Continue reading How To Practice The Art of No
This article is authored by Sarah Cohen and is originally published by Dear Paris. Redundancy sparked Sandy Hutchison’s second life. Her pivot from HR director and partner—a role she had been working towards for 16 years—to business owner was, while not always easy, definitely worth it. Sandy’s business, Career Money Life, aims to empower employees in … Continue reading Mentor Moment: Entrepreneur Sandy Hutchison on starting a business, loneliness and living in the moment
This article is authored by Denise Meyerson, CEO of The Focus Learning Group / a Multi-Award Winning Training Company / Telstra Business Women’s Awards Finalist, and a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. You can read the original article here. Let’s face some facts: Learners have changed. No, they don’t want to sit in a regular class and … Continue reading The future of the future of learning
This article is written by Dr. Karen Morley, Executive Coach and part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. Steve Vamos was spot on when he recently advocated for managers to be coaches rather than control freaks. Leaders are under great pressure to produce results at a faster pace, with greater innovation, fewer resources, and … Continue reading How to Avoid Being a Control Freak? Start Coaching.
This article is written by Karen Morley, Executive Coach and a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. You can view the original article on Karen's website. No doubt by now you’re familiar with the following: women tend to wait to apply for promotional roles until they are 100% ready, whereas men jump in when they are … Continue reading Women: How to accelerate your leadership career