Foundr: 4 warning signs you are drunk on power

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You don’t have to look too far to see examples of the misuse of power—they’re littered throughout history and across politics, business, and community sectors. So what are the warning signs that we may be drunk on power? It can be when we think our rights and needs outweigh those of others. Michelle explains more […]

Amber Daines: The Politics of Bad Bosses podcast

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Thanks to Amber Daines and her podcast “The Politics of Everything” Michelle and Amber discuss how you can you challenge your thinking and shift perspective to make relationships work. At one time or another we’ve all had a bad boss – whether it’s through bullying and intimidation, unfair feedback or unrealistic workloads. Their behaviour sets […]

psnews.com.au: Words have power: Use them carefully

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Thanks to psnews.com.au, in this article Michelle discusses the more senior you are in an organisation, the more you have to watch that your often casual remarks do not have unintended consequences. When you’re a leader, a casual remark, an off-hand comment, or a request can have more impact than you think or perhaps even […]

Money News: How to maximise your earnings

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Thanks to Luke Grant from 2GB as we discuss how to maximise your earnings, on their Money News podcast.  With a rise in the cost of living, employees are looking for how to get the most when negotiating their salary in the current market. Listen in.

Leaderonomics: Who are you Under (or Over) Estimating?

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Thanks to Leaderonomics for the opportunity for Michelle to share her thoughts on finding balance between underconfidence and overconfidence. In the binge-worthy Netflix TV series, Anatomy of a Scandal, you watch how the relationships between the characters unfold as a politician’s affair unravels and plays out in the press. One of the lead female characters, Sophie […]

CEOWorld Magazine: Four warning signs you are drunk on power

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In this article for CEOWorld Magazine, I provde four warning signs that you may be drunk on power. Continue reading below. You don’t have to look too far to see examples of the misuse of power, with examples littered throughout history and across politics, business, and community sectors. Professor Dacher Keltner from Berkley University found […]

How do you do leadership?

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The true character of a person’s leadership comes to the fore in times of a crisis. None more so than Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, whose words when offered safe passage to the US were, “The fight is here. I need ammunition, not a ride.” Some people in leadership roles play politics for their own gain, so aptly […]

The Daily Telegraph: Why gender inequality could be set to spike at work as more women work from home

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Thanks to Lauren Ahwan from The Daily Telegraph, Michelle adds her comments this article saying, adopting a flexible approach to work can prevent women from being overlooked. Read on. Women who resist returning to the office risk may limit their career potential. But experts reveal how they can still progress and even get a promotion […]

Body & Soul: 7 things to do if you have a toxic boss

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Raise your hand if you’ve ever been personally victimised by your boss. Read the article Michelle contributed to Body & Soul to learn seven things to do if you have a toxic boss. Navigating relationships at the office can be tough. And while you don’t have to get along with everyone, it makes it particularly […]

Venture Magazine: Five warning signs your leadership is failing (and what to do about it)

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Michelle provides five warning signs that your leadership could be failing in this article published in Venture Magazine. It’s easy for leaders to have an overly confident opinion of their leadership effectiveness with research revealing a correlation between a person’s confidence and their level of power. A study by the University of Southern California and […]