IML: Hey, that’s not fair (opinion)

The Institute of Managers and Leaders asked for Michelle’s opinion on what fairness in the workplace is. Michelle says transparency is critical to fairness. 3 Points of view: Hey, that’s not fair! Fairness matters to staff and employees a lot more than  you might think. As a manager and leader, how do you ensure you […]

Now to love: Preparing your kids for the careers of the future now

In this article Michelle contributed to the website Now to Love, Michelle discusses how important it is to prepare your kids now for their future careers. Read on. For children growing up now, the workplace of today will not be their workplace of tomorrow. McKinsey predicts that by 2030, 375 million workers globally will have […]

I am woman project: Getting You Ready for Tomorrow, Today

In this podcast, Catherine Plano from I AM WOMAN invited me to discuss ‘are you owning your reputation?’ When you own your reputation you: Actively seek to understand how others see you, and how you see yourself Identify where there are gaps between your desired reputation and your actual reputation Consciously construct a reputation that […]

Ten Daily: The Seven 7 Bad Habits That Could Be Ruining Your Career

In this article that originally appeared in the Ten Daily website, Michelle was invite to contribute her thoughts on the bad habits that could be ruining your career. Read the seven bad habits that could be holding back your career. You won’t get into that corner office if you don’t up your game… It may […]

Daily Mail: Seven bad habits that are ruining your career

In this article, Michelle was interviewed for in the Daily Mail, where she shares seven bad habits that could be ruining your career. Thousands of Australians set up meetings each year in an attempt to secure themselves a pay-rise or a promotion. And while a well thought out presentation is all well and good, there […]

CEO Magazine: Are you leading from the front?

In this article that originally appeared in CEO Magazine, I discuss, how you can, as a leader, show up, ask the right questions and make principled decisions in the company’s long-term interests. Every year, thousands of new leadership books hit bookstores. Despite the plethora of reading material and research, the evidence of leadership challenges and […]

Chief of Staff: Managing the peaks and troughs of your career

In this article for Chief of Staff magazine, Michelle invites you to learn how to deal with the ups and downs of your career. Bad days, crap days, days you don’t feel like getting out of bed and going to work, or once you get there, wish you had stayed in bed. We all have […]

IIDM: Are You Leading From The Front?

Michelle wrote this article titled “Are you leading from the front?” that originally appeared in the International Institute of Directors and Managers website that discusses leadership and how to lead from the front. Every year, thousands of new leadership books hit bookstores. Despite the plethora of reading material and research, the evidence of leadership challenges […]

CEO Magazine: Find your leadership edge

In this article Michelle wrote for CEO Magazine, she discusses three small steps for leaders, one giant leap for the future of work. With thousands of books written on the subject, and many hundreds of existing models, it’s easy to think that leaders would have the concept of leadership nailed. Only two years ago, the […]

TODAY Show: How to ask for a pay rise

TODAY spoke with career and change leadership expert Michelle Gibbings revealed her top five tips on negotiating a pay rise. Watch the segment here. Lots of us feel uncomfortable when asking for more money, but if you don’t ask you’re unlikely to be given more. Asking for a pay rise can be an intimidating, brow […]

Ethical Jobs: Five ways to keep your career on track in an automated world

In this article that originally appeared on the EthicalJobs.com.au website, I discuss five ways you can keep your career on track in an automated world. The rules of work have changed. The gig economy is making waves and the transition to an automated and flexible workforce is here. As workers, no longer are we bound […]

B&T: Why Being Busy Doesn’t Equal Being Productive

Michelle wrote this article for B&T, outlining four key points to turn your ‘busy’ day into a ‘productivity’ day. Despite results from the 2016 census highlighting that the length of the working week for most Australians hasn’t increased since 2011, many workers feel pressed for time and in a constant state of ‘busy-ness’. For some, […]

Daily Mail: how to answer the five questions every boss asks at an interview

If you’re out to land the job of your dreams, handling yourself well in an interview is an absolute must. In this article from the Daily Mail, I write about how you can answer the five questions every boss asks at an interview. If you’re out to land the job of your dreams, handling yourself […]

Business Women Media: Use the power of social media to increase your revenue

Michelle wrote this article titled “Use the power of social media to increase your revenue” that originally appeared in Business Women Media that discusses how social media is creating new career opportunities and income streams for savvy people and early adopters willing to jump on board. Social media and technology is not only changing how […]

Inside HR: 3 tips HR can use to supercharge careers including their own

Michelle wrote this article titled “3 tips HR can use to supercharge careers including their own” that originally appeared in Inside HR that highlights three tips that can help HR teams to take careers development to the next level. Organisations, particularly large ones, undergo constant restructures and change. At the same time, the HR executive’s […]

Daily Mail: six questions you should ALWAYS ask at a job interview

In this article, the Daily Mail Australia spoke to Michelle about the six questions you should ALWAYS ask at a job interview. Asking questions at the end of an interview can be daunting but done the right way could mean you end up a happier employee. Australian careers coach, Michelle Gibbings, says there are two […]

Acuity: Is too much change too much?

Business as usual is giving way to constant change. Can the human brain adapt to accept relentless change as the new normal? In an article by Thea O’Connor for Acuity, Michelle explains is too much change too much? When organisational change consultant Michelle Gibbings worked in the corporate sector in 2014, a restructure every three […]

RPP: How to gear up for fast and frequent change (Podcast)

With the rise of tech and digital taking over the business world, it seems the art of communication may be at risk. Although business is still dealing with PEOPLE, teams are made up of humans, customers are human – TODAY we discuss how to gear up for fast and frequent change, how the customer experience […]