n Episode 18 of Last Week Tonight, Emmy and Peabody Award winning comedian, satirist and political commentator, John Oliver takes on the issue of Workplace Sexual Harassment drawing upon a collage of old workplace training videos, documentary news, interviews and sound bites.
Gaining access to organisational funds for training and development purposes can be tricky, so here are five ways you can ask for your employer’s support (emotional and financial).
Should you fake it 'til you make it? Maybe. More importantly, there are easier ways to make sure you feel good and look confident facing even the most daunting situations.
Work dinners are tricky to navigate. The first consideration is who will be there and what is the purpose of the dinner. This will guide you as to the dress code and the types of conversations to prepare for, so you are seen and heard for all the right reasons.
Do you marvel at those people who just always have something to say that’s insightful and precise and makes you feel really understood and heard? This is the art of small talk. With practice, you too can master the art.
In all applications, you are selling yourself to the influencers and the decision-makers. And yourself specifically means your skills, abilities and attitude. Your qualifications and experience are easily communicated. Communicating your unique strengths, skills and abilities is the essence of making it on to the short-list.
Feeling like an impostor? Three sure-fire signs that you are on the right career path to the C-Suite, the boardroom and beyond.
Following the AICD's year of powerful stories and insights from inspiring female company directors; there is no better time to put pen to paper and use these 5 steps to plan an efficacious, lucrative and personally satisfying transition to a career as a non executive director.
For female executives and professionals, pursuing a career as a professional non executive director can be a professionally and personally rewarding career choice. However, those planning to transition from an executive to non executive career need to review their career strategy and put in place the appropriate plans well in advance.
For senior executive women, the first part of their career is largely determined by the natural forces in the workplace, the second by the choices they make. It is their second career that is critical to their long term employability, security and wellbeing.