Last month I spoke to an executive networking group about work/life balance. I initially felt some resistance towards the topic. My thoughts went … really? Are we still talking about this? Are people still wanting to figure this out? Yes. Yes they are. It’s nearly always on the agenda with… read more
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7 lessons for work-life blend
Posted on October 20th, 2015 in Success & Work Life Balance with 0 comments
Can you give up worry, fill your glass & become an Optimist?
Posted on July 8th, 2013 in Results & Success with 0 comments
Last week I decided to complete a psychological personality profile. It had been about 10 years and I had asked a leadership team to complete them for a workshop, so thought it was only fair that I participate too. You know the drill, 190 questions that you must answer truthfully… read more
Beauty vs brains……does it have to be a competition?
Posted on May 15th, 2012 in Results & Success with 1 comment
The Adelaide Advertiser ran an article on Saturday titled “The Ugly Side of Being Beautiful”. It revealed research stating that 47% of US Recruiters believe women can be penalised for ‘being too good looking’ and attractive women who attach a photo to their resume were less likely to secure an interview… read more
South Australia – the market, the future & the opportunity
Posted on May 9th, 2012 in Change & Results & Success with 0 comments
I attended the AMCHAM luncheon last week featuring Raymond Spencer, the Chair of the Economic Development Board in South Australia. I was curious to hear his view and outlook as clients and candidates have consistently been telling me over the past few months – it’s tough. In 24 hours I… read more
How to get the X factor of presence
Posted on April 25th, 2012 in Confidence & Success with 0 comments
At the end of last term, it was my daughter’s turn to be the VIP for the week in her reception class. This is a confidence building strategy which involves the girls being interviewed by the Principal at the front of the class being asked about her family, favorite things,… read more