This article is written by Laurenne Di Salvo is a Leadership & Professional Development Coach, Corporate Trainer and Learning & Development Consultant. Laurenne is the Director of Harvest Coaching & Learning, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. You can view the original article on her website. Are you ‘Pot Bound’? What’s the impact on your potential? … Continue reading Are you ‘Pot Bound’? What’s the impact on your potential?
This article is written by Bernard Salt, Managing Director of The Demographics Group. This article is originally published in The Australian. There was a time when the world of work was simple enough. Men worked outside the home, and so did women until they married and “gave up work” to be a housewife and a … Continue reading Census 2016: it’s an evolving slog for the hardest workers
This article is originally published in Mums & Co. It is sad, sometimes illegal and always frustrating when a mum on maternity leave is made redundant. Yet at the same time, it is also a common experience - our recent Mums in Business survey revealed that 11% of mums are made redundant while pregnant, on maternity leave … Continue reading How to turn redundancy into a thriving business
What is the best piece of career advice you have been given? Mine was when my boss, a senior male leader, shared with me, that he too experienced imposter syndrome. It surprised me to think that someone I respected and looked up to so much, felt this way. He then questioned me as to … Continue reading Celebrate International Women’s Day with a chance to win one of three endota spa prizes
This article is written by Avivah Wittenberg-Cox is CEO of 20-first, one of the world’s leading gender consulting firms, and author of Seven Steps to Leading a Gender-Balanced Business. This is originally published in the Harvard Business Review. “We learned to take the long view, mostly because we didn’t have any other choice,” says Kate, … Continue reading Being a Two-Career Couple Requires a Long-Term Plan