Michelle regularly writes for and features in local and international publication and media outlets.
Thank you to the B&T for the opportunity for Michelle to share her thoughts, in this article, on how media leaders can reduce stress by overcoming their reliance on technology. If you’ve ever spent a sustained period detached from your digital device, you’ll know the joy and clarity it produces. New ideas emerge. Your brain […]
Thank you to Nicola Heath and In The Black Magazine as Michelle contributes her insights to this article about what learned helplessness at work is and how it can be overcome with proper tools and techniques. A junior staff member fails to report bullying from a senior colleague, enduring the harassment in silence instead. A manager perpetuates […]
In this article for She Defined, Michelle shares her 7 tips to consider to get ready for whatever the future holds with your career. In times of economic uncertainty, it can be comforting to seek a recession-proof job. The reality, however, is that all jobs are prone to change and open to economic impact. While […]
Thanks to Yahoo Finance for the opportunity for Michelle to share her thoughts on how to get what you want – at work and at home. It could be a discussion with your partner about who’s cooking dinner or picking up the children from school. Or a conversation with your boss about a pay rise, negotiating […]
Thanks to Kate Jones, Senior Reporter and The New Daily for inviting Michelle to provide her comments about bleisure. Blurring of work-life boundaries has its downsides, but bleisure is definitely not one of them. Blending business and leisure is a work perk more people are taking advantage of when they travel on the company purse. […]
A great conversation with Tyler Lay for Get Abstract’s L& D In Action podcast series. We talked about leaders – the good and the bad, the myths of leadership and the need to avoid leadership (and learning) fads. There were so many angles to this conversation. If you’re looking for a conversation to kick off […]
Your working day will have ups and downs, obstacles, challenges, and good and bad days. It’s up to you to find the best way through it. Thanks to Fast Company for the opportunity for Michelle to share her 10 ways leaders can turn their day around. Bad days. Frustrating days. Days when it all goes […]
In this article for Fast Company, Michelle shares five warnings your leadership is failing. The best leaders know they are fallible and there is always more to learn about themselves, others, and their working context. Being a leader can be challenging. You have choices to make every day in how you lead and learn. These choices […]
Better Homes & Gardens invited Michelle for her comments about pitching for a pay rise. Michelle says to time it right. Ideally, you want to negotiate before budgets are locked in, and when your boss is more likely to be receptive to the conversation. Read on.
In this article for CNBC, Michelle was invited to add her comments about uncomfortable conversations. Uncomfortable conversations are inevitable — and that’s why learning to navigate them is necessary for building healthy relationships and a successful career. Maybe you need to offer a friend or colleague some constructive criticism, or you’ve been called into a […]