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How to Tell Good Career Advice From Bad

Article originally posted on What's the worst piece of career advice you've ever been given? For two friends of mine, it was "don't ever…

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The 5 Steps to Making a Career Change Decision

Like any major life decision, deciding what you want to do (next) in your career can feel incredibly daunting. Whether you’re just entering the job…

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Ghostbusting Jobseekers Could Gain Edge on Competitors

Article originally posted in The West Australian newspaper. The term ghosting is becoming increasingly applicable in the Australian job market, with a study by recruitment…

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I Love The Beach

I love the beach (and career counselling)! Swimming is my thing.  It maintains my mental and physical health and I do it all year round. …

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Women in Leadership in Mining & Resources

Raising female economic participation by 25% would add a potential $7.5 trillion to the global GDP and it is well documented that diversified teams have…

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Stay in Touch With Each Other at Work

Article originally posted in The West Australian newspaper. Reducing reliance on digital collaboration can drive positive workplace cultures, according to Strategic Career Management Director and…

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Many Ways to Effectively Reward Hardworking Employees

Article originally posted in The West Australian newspaper. WHEN it comes to rewarding loyal employees, there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all approach, according…

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Conflict Resolution – From The Soccer Field to The Office

Junior soccer - it’s only a game right? The children are there to have fun, keep fit and learn what it is to be a…

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Authentic Leadership Part 1 – Communication

There's no such thing as a ready-born leader. While certain skills may be innate, good leadership is dependent upon your ability to communicate and demands…

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