TODAY Show: Back to the office

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In this segment from the TODAY Show, Michelle was invited to comment on how to stay safe at work during the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch Michelle here. Michelle says, “Your employer has a duty of care to provide a safe work environment. They’re not going to want you to come to work and get sick. “There’s […]

Australian Career Practitioner: Guarding your brand on social media

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In this article published in Australian Career Practitioner, Michelle explains the importance of protecting your brand on social media. Posting your personal life on a private Facebook or Instagram page will impact how you are seen professionally. When five Federal election candidates were dumped for offensive social media posts it was a timely reminder of […]

When time goes too fast

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All around me people are commenting about how fast the year has gone with the wondering ‘What happened to February?’. Of course, we all logically know that time can’t go faster; it just feels like it is going faster. A friend once suggested that this was due to age. Her logic being that when you […]

psnews.com.au: Time out: Why ‘sleeping on it’ is really good advice

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In this article published in psnews.com.au, Michelle says research shows that poor decision-making increases at the end of a day, or just before the lunch break. It’s highly unlikely that you woke us this morning and thought: “My goal today is to make a really bad decision.” Yet, it can be so easy to make […]

psnews: Make a list: Checking off your career milestones

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Checklists are normal parts of surgical procedures and airline maintenance, but Michelle Gibbings believes they are also crucial to career development. Michelle explains why in this article from psnews. If you’ve ever been to hospital and had surgery you’ll remember that as you get wheeled into the operating theatre there are a series of checks that […]

Five questions to wrap up

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If you are scratching your head and wondering what happened to 2019 then you can take comfort in the fact you are not alone. It often feels like time is going by faster. While logic tells you that’s not possible, it’s very possible for the days to go by quickly with little time to pause, […]

Spark Magazine: Leverage skills from all ages

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In this article Michelle wrote for the Dec ’19 edition of Spark Magazine, she explains how important it is equip your workforce with skills and experience that will take you through this ever changing environment.   As organisations grapple with more complex decisions and an ever-increasing pace of change, building a workforce equipped with the […]

How much do you want it?

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Last weekend, I went to my garden to harvest what I thought would be a great bunch of carrots. Having never grown carrots before I was curious to see what I would find. It wasn’t pretty. A few were about the size of my thumb nail. Another couple looked like they had been eaten from […]

Reflect don’t ruminate

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We all have them – those days when things don’t go according to plan. It can be a presentation that didn’t land well. A missed meeting. A conversation that went off the rails. A session where you know you are not on your game. When you confront these situations you have two choices – reflect […]

LG Professionals Australia: How to increase your influence at work

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If you want to step up and grow your career, learning the art and science of influence is essential. Local Government Professionals Australia published an article I wrote that outlines three steps to increase your influence at work. To read the original article, click here. — In today’s increasingly complex environment it is becoming harder […]