Michelle regularly writes for and features in local and international publication and media outlets.

TODAY Show: Back to the office

Publication: | |

In this segment from the TODAY Show, Michelle was invited to comment on how to stay safe at work during the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch Michelle here. Michelle says, “Your employer has a duty of care to provide a safe work environment. They’re not going to want you to come to work and get sick. “There’s […]

The Daily Telegraph: The keys to becoming influential in your industry

Publication: | |

Michelle provides her comments in this article for The Daily Telegraph on how to become influential in the workplace. Michelle says it’s important that workers understand how they are seen by others. Read on.  Workplace expert and author of Step Up: How to Build Your Influence at Work Michelle Gibbings said it was important workers […]

Dynamic Business: Let’s Talk: Supporting employees and protecting their wellbeing

Publication: | |

In this article for Dynamic Business, Michelle provides her comments on how to support your employees and protect their wellbeing. Be open with your team about the criticality of self-care, and create a safe environment for your team to share their feelings, and seek support. As part of this, be alert to the warning signs […]

CEOWorld Magazine: 6 ways to stay motivated when the working from home novelty wears off

Publication: | |

In this article, Michelle explains six ways to stay motivated while working from home where uncertainty and things vying for your attention cause distraction – you might find yourself at the end of your working day with little progress. Read on… Working from home can be brilliant, but when it’s unexpected, unplanned and protracted, keeping […]

The Daily Telegraph: 7 ways to boost your career while working from home

Publication: | |

In this article first published in The Daily Telegraph, Michelle suggests it’s a great time for a career stocktake. Keep reading below.  What a difference a pandemic makes. A few months ago, the only thing standing between you and your career goals was how hard you were willing to hustle. But as you adapt to […]

Spirit FM: Tips and insights into managing your career during a Pandemic

Publication: | |

In this radio interview for Spirit FM on the Saturday show, Michelle speaks with Ashley Dillon about how to ‘pivot’ yourself and make a career change during a pandemic, upskilling, how to futureproof your career and how to use isolation as a time to reinvent your career.

Human Resources Director: How to manage performance reviews remotely

Publication: | |

In this article published in Human Resources Director, Michelle provides her thoughts on performance reviews – their purpose and impact – and how they take on a new intensity during a time when many employees and leaders are working remotely. It’s essential to be sensitive to what is going on for employees at the moment. […]

Australian Financial Review: Is the work from home honeymoon over?

Publication: | |

Michelle contributes her thoughts about working remotely in this article published in the Australian Financial Review. Has working from home started to lose its shine? Between Zoom fatigue and being stuck at your computer all day with not enough breaks to working at your kitchen bench for weeks and juggling full-time work with home-schooling the […]

Venture Magazine: Five warning signs your leadership is failing (and what to do about it)

Publication: | |

Michelle provides five warning signs that your leadership could be failing in this article published in Venture Magazine. It’s easy for leaders to have an overly confident opinion of their leadership effectiveness with research revealing a correlation between a person’s confidence and their level of power. A study by the University of Southern California and […]

CEOWorld Magazine: Why caring, compassion and commitment are vital qualities for leaders

Publication: | |

In this article published in CEOWorld Magazine, Michelle explains why caring, compassion and commitment are vital qualities for leaders. Leadership and decision making go hand in hand, and as technology changes how we live and work and the rate of change accelerates, the nature of those decisions and how to lead can appear more complex […]

News Ltd Money HQ: Use downtime to upskill

Publication: | | |

Michelle was interviewed for this article that featured in News Ltd’s Money HQ section. Michelle explains why now is the time to upskill, during this downtime caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. MILLIONS of Australians will be rushing to sign up to the Federal Government’ s wage subsidy scheme but experts say now is also the […]

New Idea: Hate your job? Here’s what to do.

Publication: | |

Here are Michelle’s eight top tips about how to change your career. This article was published in New Idea. Victoria Beckham once said she wanted to be more famous than Persil Automatic, a laundry detergent that is a household name in the UK. When she entered the music scene in the early 1990s as part of […]

Managers & Leaders: Warning signs your leader might be drunk on power

Publication: | | |

In this article published in the Managers & Leaders magazine, Michelle describes the warning signs for you to be aware of should your leader be drunk on power.  The negative impacts that can arise when a person experiences power have long been documented, with instances throughout history – the recent case of Harvey Weinstein being […]

Australian Career Practitioner: Guarding your brand on social media

Publication: | |

In this article published in Australian Career Practitioner, Michelle explains the importance of protecting your brand on social media. Posting your personal life on a private Facebook or Instagram page will impact how you are seen professionally. When five Federal election candidates were dumped for offensive social media posts it was a timely reminder of […]

Leaderonomics.com: Four Warning Signs You are Drunk on Power

Publication: | | |

In this article published in Leaderonomics.com, Michelle identifies four warnings signs that you may be drunk on power. The negative impacts that can arise when a person experiences power have long been documented, with examples across multiple industries, the Harvey Weinstein scandal being the latest. Dacher Keltner, from Berkley University, found through his research that […]

In The Black: Micromanagement: a bad habit you need to ditch now

Publication: | | |

In this article first published in In The Black, Michelle contributes her ideas as to why you need to ditch the micromanagement habit. Micromanagement is a bad habit that can destroy creativity and innovation, yet many leaders who micromanage regard themselves as thorough and capable. What are the signs that you should look for if […]

HR Director: Six ways to be a more thoughtful leader

Publication: | | |

In this article that appears in HR Director, Michelle discusses when you ask employees what they want from their leaders the answers are relatively consistent, and simple. Read on. Leadership and decision-making go hand in hand and as technology changes how we live and work, the nature of those decisions and how to lead can […]

HR Business Australia: How to build a more diverse team

Publication: | |

In this article published in HR Business Australia, Michelle says the more alike people are, the more likely they are to think along the same lines; therefore, there is less room for debate, discernment and disagreement. Continue reading below.  As organizations grapple with more complex decisions and an ever-increasing pace of change, building a workforce […]

Business Leader’s breakthrough podcast: The Power of Teams to Create a High Performance Culture

In this podcast episode, Ryan has the pleasure of interviewing Michelle Gibbings. She is the founder of consultancy Change Meridian and a best selling author of 2 personal career development books with a third coming out in May. Michelle and Ryan talk about the future of work and how leaders, teams and team members can […]

psnews.com.au: Time out: Why ‘sleeping on it’ is really good advice

Publication: | |

In this article published in psnews.com.au, Michelle says research shows that poor decision-making increases at the end of a day, or just before the lunch break. It’s highly unlikely that you woke us this morning and thought: “My goal today is to make a really bad decision.” Yet, it can be so easy to make […]