NewsLtd: ‘Stay relevant’: research reveals who is embracing AI and who will be left behind
Publication: innovation | performance | progress | workplace
Thank you to Melanie Burgess and NewsLtd for inviting Michelle to share her thoughts on how AI tools such as ChatGPT are revolutionising work. Baby Boomers must embrace artificial intelligence or be left behind, as Gen Z workers adopt the technology 20 times faster than their older colleagues. Continue reading.
Inside Retail: Tips to get your career back on track after taking time out
Publication: Career Leap | progress | Success
Heading back into the workforce? Thanks to Inside Retail, Michelle offers her tips on how you can get your career back on track. In the past, taking time out from your career was seen as a career derailer: however, it can be an asset with some planning and focus. Continue reading.
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, […]
As AI goes mainstream are you ready for it?
Publication: organisations | progress | workplace
Over the summer holiday, it felt like one conversation kept appearing in articles I was reading… and that was ChatGPT. ChatGPT is an online tool where users can ask questions and get intelligent responses. It’s heralded as the best AI chatbot ever released to the general public, while others suggest it can be dangerous and could even impact democratic […]
psnews.com.au: Find the sweet spot in your job search
Publication: Career Leap | decision making | progress
Thanks to psnews.com.au, in this article Michelle explains when changing careers, a wide selection of choices can lead to procrastination, indecision and inertia. For some, career decisions are simple. For others, not so much, particularly when they know they don’t enjoy their current career, but don’t know what to do next. It’s even more complicated if […]
Who’s in your career corner?
Publication: careers | progress | stakeholders
Success rarely happens alone. This tried and tested statement came to the fore over the weekend, as I was baulking at doing something because I was worried about being judged. A former colleague stepped into a support role and helpfully challenged me – spelling out all the reasons why I should and to better back […]
Be alert and ready to adapt
Publication: performance | progress
The world is awash with predictions, forecasts and expectations about the stock market, economy, politics, world affairs and society (to name a few). For example, Forrester’s research suggests that automation will strip out approximately 1.5m jobs from the local economy. The World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs 2020 report concluded that technology-driven job creation would outpace job destruction (over […]
Is your social media approach helping or hurting your career?
Publication: careers | communication | progress
As adults, we can be quick to advise children and teenagers to be careful about what they post on social media, but are we applying the same standard to our actions? There are plenty of examples where a person’s social media post has thrown them off track, come back to haunt them and derailed their career. An ill-timed […]
Herald Sun: Six ways to reinvent your career in 2022
Publication: Career Leap | careers | progress
As featured in the Herald Sun, Michelle provides six tips for career invention. The employment market has turned a positive corner, and Covid-induced uncertainty is receding, making it an excellent time to take stock of your career and challenge yourself about what comes next. Here are six tips to get you started in your search. […]
Leaderonomics: Don’t Bypass the Past
Publication: performance | progress | Success
Sometimes looking back at the past is not a bad thing. Read more in this article for Leaderonomics. In high school, one of my favourite subjects was history. So much so that I thought about becoming a history teacher. Not surprising then that one of my favourite quotes is from the Danish Philosopher Søren Kierkegaard: “Life can […]