Michelle regularly writes for and features in local and international publication and media outlets.
HR Daily: Leaders need more people who “challenge” them
Publication: leadership | performance | stakeholders
Thanks to HR Daily, in this article Michelle, shares her insights on why leaders need more people who “challenge” them. Continue reading.
psnews.com.au: Lessons on change from the cane toad
Publication: change management | strategy | workplace
In this article for psnews.com.au, Michelle says in the current workplace environment, change is inevitable and, indeed desirable — but be alert for the unintended consequences. It seemed like a good idea at the time. You’ve got a problem and identified a solution. Tested the solution, and now you’ve rolled it out. The team and you […]
NewsLtd: Pay rise sweet spot
Publication: negotiation | stakeholders | workplace
Thanks to NewsLtd and Lauren Ahwan for inviting Michelle to share her thoughts on payrises and salary negotiation. Read on.
Leaderonomics: Is your help, helpful?
Publication: network | performance | stakeholders
Evolutionary biologists have examined how humans have evolved in small networks, which involved cooperation and conflict. Their research confirms that we need interaction and connection to survive. And thanks to Leaderonomics, Michelle had the opportunity to share her insights on this. Pandas, polar bears, marine turtles and jaguars are a few of the animals that […]
Inside Retail: Five ways to align your career with your values
Publication: careers | communication | workplace
In this article for Inside Retail NZ, Michelle provides five tips to align your career with your values. We all have values that underpin how we feel, think and act, and they can be challenged in the workplace. Continue reading.
In The Black: How to give your career a boost
Publication: careers | performance | workplace
Thanks to Jessica Mudditt for a great conversation about how to boost your career. Today’s episode explores expert strategies for rebooting and refreshing your accounting and finance career. We share advice and tips on how you can leverage skills and experiences to give your career a boost. Offering their insights are our two guest experts. […]
psnews.com.au: Challenge yourself to think differently
Publication: habits | performance | stakeholders
In this article for psnews.com.au, Michelle says understanding the world from another person’s perspective can promote social bonds and group harmony. The children’s book, A Tale of Two Beasts, by Fiona Roberton tells the tale of a little girl and a small animal (labelled a “strange beast” in the book). In the first part, the story is told […]
The Morning Show: Rise of the robots: how artificial intelligence could affect your job
Publication: organisations | workplace
Great to be on Channel 7 and The Morning Show talking about the future of work, AI and ChatGPT with Larry Emdur and Kylie Gillies. Thanks so much for having me on. Watch Michelle here.
psnews.com.au: Getting ready for whatever comes next
Publication: leading change | progress | Success
While the world is full of experts who believe they know what will happen in 2023 and beyond. Thanks to psnews.com.au, in this article Michelle says it is impossible to predict the future — but you can prepare yourself for it. The world is awash with predictions, forecasts and expectations about the stock market, economy, politics, […]
In The Black: Job creep explained and expert advice for handling it
Publication: organisations | performance | workplace
In this article by Jessica Muddit for In The Black, Michelle presents her ideas on how to say no at work without saying “It’s not my job’. Michelle suggests ways what to do if “job creep” comes your way. Job creep happens when a person performs tasks that are outside the agreed scope of their […]