CEO WORLD Magazine: HR’s role in cultivating a culture of gratitude in the workplace – and why you’d want to

Michelle recently wrote an article featured in the CEO WORLD Magazine talking about HR’s role in cultivating a culture of gratitude in the workplace. When organisations analyse their culture and determine their values ‘gratitude’ isn’t a trait that is likely to appear, and yet it is increasingly evidenced as being critical for personal well-being and […]

Facilities Management: Strong leadership is influential leadership

Leaders wishing to build support for initiatives must have the ability to influence team members without relying on hierarchical power plays, says Michelle in a recent article featured on the Facilities Management website. There’s a famous saying: “May you live in interesting times”. There’s debate as to its origin, but there’s certainly no doubt that it […]

INTHEBLACK: Should I quit my job? 5 signs it’s time to go

We all experience frustrating times in our careers, but if you find yourself asking the question, “Should I quit my job,” then you’ll want to review these five signs that it’s time to move on from your current role. In this article featured on the INTHEBLACK website, Michelle talks about some common signs that you […]

Venture Magazine: Why too much cohesion is bad for you – and the organisation

Don’t just hire people who are like you, says Michelle in a recent article she wrote for Venture Magazine.  There are many instances in which sections of corporate Australia haven’t lived up to community expectations. The most recent examples evident during the Royal Commission into banking, and the Aged Care Royal Commission. The inevitable outcome […]

psnews: Being question-able: How the best leaders know how to ask questions

In this article featured on the Public Service News website, Michelle says asking questions is an art-form that all good leaders should learn and understand so they can use it to full effect. As a child growing upI was one of those very annoying kids who asked questions all the time. The question often started […]

Daily Mail: What are your weaknesses and how much is your current salary? Careers expert reveals how to answer the toughest interview questions

A careers consultant revealed how to answer the toughest interview questions These include what are your weaknesses and how much is your current salary? Rather than lying to a curly question, you need to learn to answer cleverly In this article featured on the Daily Mail website, Michelle has revealed how to answer the toughest […]

psnews: Remote control: What a team needs when members work from home

In an article featured on the psnews website, Michelle says team members seek a joint sense of purpose whether their manager is at the next desk, in the next city or halfway around the world. Working from your home office, the local café, or wherever you choose. There’s no doubt that flexible working is a big […]

CEO Magazine: How to manage stress in your team

Finding the right balance of motivating pressure and healthy calm is vital to productivity. Spot the danger signs of stress for your team members and help them avoid a crash; says Michelle in a recent article she wrote for CEO Magazine. Pressure! Some people hate it. Other people thrive on it. We all react to […]

Mercury: One in five Aussies risking their job over their social media presence

Michelle was recently featured in this article on The Mercury website where she highlighted the importance of workers managing their personal brands – including through social media. Social media is not a new phenomenon and there are many high-profile instances of rogue posts costing workers their jobs, yet Australians continue to ignore the warnings to […]

whatsnew2day.com: Career expert Michelle Gibbings reveals the six things you can do to earn $ 100k without a diploma

Featured on the WhatsNews2Day website, Michelle has shared six steps with which you can get a $ 100,000 job without needing a university education. Australian job expert Michelle Gibbings said there are many well-paid positions that do not require third-level qualifications in sectors such as construction, mining and IT. Mrs. Gibbings, author of Career Leap, suggested […]

Daily Mail: How to fast track your career: Jobs expert shares the six things you can do to earn $100,000 a year without a university degree

In this article featured in on the Daily Mail website, Michelle offers her six tips on how you can earn $100,000 a year without a university degree. Career coach Michelle Gibbings revealed how to forge a career without a degree The Australian expert said you should pursue a job in short supply to earn most […]

NewsFeedsMedia: Career expert Michelle Gibbings reveals the six things you can do to earn $100k without a degree

Featured in NewsFeedMedia, Michelle recently shared her six steps on how you can land a $100,000 job without the need of a university degree. Australian jobs expert Michelle Gibbings said there are plenty of high-paying roles that don’t require third level qualifications across industries like construction, mining and IT. Ms Gibbings, author of Career Leap, suggested […]

psnews: Learning curve: Is your ‘learning’ more than just a word?

We all value learning but, Michelle says in an article featured on the psnews website that, learning is pointless unless it has a positive effect on the way we conduct our lives.  There are hundreds of quotes and sayings about the importance and value of learning. We hear phrases like ‘learning culture’, ‘fail fast’, and ‘learn your […]