Foundr: 5 ways to supercharge your creativity

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In this article for Foundr, I outline five innovative ways you can get creative and supercharge career. When you think about creativity and innovation, what comes to mind? The iPhone? Driverless cars? Art and sculpture? Or things that were once considered innovative, such as the humble toaster? Creativity and innovation are all around us. It […]

AFR: How work perks can accelerate your career

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Thanks Tess Bennet from the Australian Financial Review for inviting me to share my thoughts on this very relevant topic for career success. While pay rises are great, there are times when other benefits may be more helpful in securing your long term career success and objectives. Everyone wants a pay rise, but rather than […]

Do you need to change your shoes?

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Working from home prompted lots of change. Most notably, we no longer needed to pay much attention to what was happening to the bottom half of our wardrobe. I only recently discovered a hidden downside from that trend. Getting ready for a recent public, in-person event, I went to put on high heels and found […]

CEO Magazine: Workplace expert’s advice for securing your future employment

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In this article for CEO Magazine, Michelle explains how to maximize your future employment as most types of jobs (of today) won’t be around in the future.  Most future studies focus on the types of jobs that won’t be around, but workplace expert Michelle Gibbings explains that the emphasis should also be internal for those […]

What do you really know?

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Recently, I read Jess Hill’s confronting and compelling book, See What You Made Me Do: Power, Control and Domestic Abuse. She recounts analysis which dismantles the concept of Stockholm Syndrome. I’m sure you’ve heard of it; perhaps like me, even used the term. If you haven’t, it was invented in 1973 by a psychiatrist, following a […]

Yahoo Finance: How to fall in love with your job in 2021

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Michelle was invited by Yahoo Finance to contribute her thoughts about how to love your job. Read Michelle’s six suggestions below or refer to the Yahoo Finance article here. The alarm goes off or your mobile phone pings to signal the start of the working day. Do you jump out of bed excited or roll […]

The Daily Telegraph: Prove your worth

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In this article written by Melanie Burgess for the Careers section of The Saturday Telegraph, Michelle offers her thoughts on how to prove your worth when seeking a promotion or role in a new organisation. Michelle highlights the importance of keeping track of your achievements and how to maintain your portfolio or work. Workers must […]

Essential Kids: The top five first jobs that set kids up for career success

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In this article for Essential Kids, Michelle outlines five ways your child can land their first job. Your child’s first job is often a stepping stone to their next one, and so the most important thing is for them to get their foot in the door. Usually, securing their first role is the hardest as […]