Michelle was recently interviewed by Spirit FM WA host Ashely Dillon on how to negotiate during a job interview. Listen to Michelles thoughts on the topic below.
The capability of leaders to make good decisions during times of change is critical. Decisions are taken to make progress. So, if a leaders decision making is ineffective, the organisation will either stall, make limited progress or head in the wrong direction. To read Michelles article, as featured in the April edition of Training and […]
Michelle featured in this article written on the Insurance Business Australia website. The vast majority of leaders have woken up to the benefits of workplace diversity but while firms often focus their initiatives on gender or race, there’s one factor which regularly goes neglected – age. “Many areas of the workforce overlook the benefits of […]
Featured in the Daily Mail, Michelle reveals how ‘detaching’ yourself and ‘seeking leverage’ are key to boosting your salary in 2019. Negotiating a pay rise is a daunting prospect whatever the circumstances, but it can become especially terrifying when you’re in an interview for a new job. But career expert Michelle Gibbings said there are […]
It could be one of the most important things you do when starting a new job or trying to move up the ladder, but just how do you negotiate a pay rise? Michelle offers her suggestions during a recent conversation with Drive host Aaron Kearny.
Negotiating a pay rise is a daunting prospect whatever the circumstances but, according to Michelle in an article featured on the LongRoom website, it can become especially terrifying when you’re in an interview for a new job. But career expert Michelle Gibbings said there are five things you should do to improve your chances. Leverage […]
There are various reasons why people already in the workforce seek to move from full to part time work. They may be wanting to scale down and ease into retirement, or they are seeking shorter working hours because they need to spend more time with their children or ageing parents. To read the article on […]
In this article, Michelle offers her top five tips for getting a promotion that could actually work. The article was featured in B&T. The world is changing. How we work is changing. To become the leader of your career and secure that promotion here’s five tips to get you on your way. 1.Get planning Actively […]
Michelle Gibbings is the author of Career Leap – How to reinvent and liberate your career. Listen to this podcast as Michelle provides tips on how to take that ‘Career Leap’. As a recognised expert in organisational change and leadership, Michelle is passionate about working with leaders and teams to unlock high-impact choices so they […]
Michelle recently wrote an article on the business woman MEDIA website about the critical skills you need to help ensure future career success. With the ever-increasing pace of change in the workplace, comes the corresponding need for new skills and expertise. Career success requires you to keep an eye to the future – adapting and […]
In this article published in the Daily Mail, Michelle offers her insight on how to effectively negotiate salary during a job interview. Seeking leverage and remaining emotionally detached are key for negotiations The expert advises against being too inflexible, as this could turn off employers Do your homework so you know what you’re entitled to […]
In this article featured in 10 Daily, Michelle offers her insight on what we mean when we say ‘personal brand’ and the impact your ‘personal brand’ can have in the workplace. What do these people have in common: Waleed Aly, Michelle Obama and P!nk? Answer: they are all successful, powerful and well-known — and they all have […]
In this article featured on the Money & Life website, Michelle offers six tips to stay at the top of your game in a world of increasing technological complexity. Technology is changing how we live and work, and financial planners aren’t immune to that change. Already there are ‘robo-advisers’, which provide automated investment strategies based […]
For children growing up now, the workplace of today will not be their workplace of tomorrow. In this article featured in Peninsula Kids, Michelle identifies some strategies and issues which parents and guardians should consider when it comes to offering career advice to children. To read more, click here.
As a leader, you need to ensure not only that you are fair in your treatment of all your staff, but also that you are perceived as fair by everyone. In this article featured in the CEO Magazine, Michelle discusses this in further detail. When you consider the characteristics of great leaders, being fair doesn’t […]
Michelle provided her insights on organisational transformation featured in this article in HR Director. Now, more than ever, HRDs play a critical role in helping to shape an organisation’s approach to transformation Technology is changing all aspects of how people work and live, with the inevitable result being constant and rapid change in the workplace, […]
In this recent interview with the TODAY Show, Michelle offers her insight on how to manage, financially, when you are in between jobs as well as what you can do to re enter the job market. Click here to watch the interview.
Michelle wrote an article for Chief of Staff Magazine discussing why following your passion isn’t the best advice. It’s been one of those days, where your work as a EA just doesn’t seem to work anymore. It may be because your boss is getting increasingly difficult to work with. Perhaps your colleagues are driving you […]
Rather than having all the answers, good leadership is all about the art of asking the right questions, writes Michelle Gibbings in the Insurance Business Australia magazine. In todays fast-paced world, there’s often an expectation that leaders need to have the answers at their fingertips, that’s it’s not OK to say “I don’t know” […]
If you are wanting to take charge of your time and life by starting your own business, then Michelle offers a guide to help you identify the things to consider and what questions you should ask. To read more, click here.