Booktopia Podcast: Plugged & Unplanned 29 – Michelle Gibbings

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Michelle caught up with Booktopia’s CEO Tony Nash to talk about Bad Bosses and how a negative workplace environment can arise from ineffective leadership. You can listen to the conversation here: The Booktopia Books Podcast · Plugged & Unplanned 29 – Michelle Gibbings

Massive Updates: Ten leadership habits you need to cultivate

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Published in Massive Updates, in this article Michelle outlines 10 leadership habits that you need to cultivate to be the best leader you can be. When you think of bad habits, what springs to mind? Not getting enough exercise, eating poorly or watching too much TV. Most people recall habits that relate to their personal […]

CEO Magazine: Ten leadership habits you need to cultivate

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Published in CEO Magazine, in this article Michelle outlines 10 leadership habits that you need to cultivate to be the best leader you can be. When you think of bad habits, what springs to mind? Not getting enough exercise, eating poorly or watching too much TV. Most people recall habits that relate to their personal […]

Inside HR: If you’re a bad leader, it’s up to you to fix it

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For Inside HR, in this article Michelle suggests that it is up to you, if you are a bad leader, to fix it.  The expectations on leaders and bosses these days is huge. They are expected to work long hours, be on call, sort out complex problems, juggle competing demands, all the while knowing there […]

Inside FMCG: Work from… How?

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In this article for Inside FMCG, Michelle provides tips and tricks on how to work from home and how you can manage your ‘pandemic workday’. The pandemic workday can feel like groundhog day, with increased workplace stress. never-ending zoom meetings and the blurring between home and work life, leading to mounting evidence that productivity and […]

AICD: How have directors’ WHS obligations changed?

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Michelle was invited to contribute to this article, published in Company Director Magazine for the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Michelle mentions to not overlook workers’ psychological safety, read on. From keeping workers virus-free to managing remote working risks, there are new WHS considerations for boards to be aware of. Here’s what directors need to […]

Wealth Professional: How to build a more diverse team

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In this article featured in Wealth Professional, Michelle explains how to push past unconscious bias to create a diverse team that can truly tackle complex problems. AS ORGANIZATIONS grapple with more complex decisions and an ever­ increasing pace of change, building a work­force equipped with the skills and experience to thrive in such an environment […]

Business Woman Media: 5 ways to prepare yourself for the future of work

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Published in Business Woman Media, in this article, Michelle suggests five ways to prepare for the future of work. In times of economic uncertainty, it can be comforting to seek a recession-proof job. The sad reality, however, is that all jobs are prone to change and open to economic impact. Currently, tourism, retail, professional services […]

Good Magazine NZ: 4 types of bosses and how to deal with them

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In Michelle’s working life, she has come across four types of bosses. Michelle writes about the four types in this article published in Good Magazine NZ. Before you rush to pass judgement and sentence on your boss, it pays to understand what drives them and their behaviour. Over my working life, I’ve come across four […]

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 […]

SmartCompany: Ever wondered if you’re someone else’s bad boss? I was, and this is what I learnt

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In this article for SmartCompany, Michelle Gibbings bravely concedes she was once a ‘bad boss’. She took feedback from her colleagues and amended her leadership style. Here’s Michelle’s advice for leaders who find themselves in the same boat. Fictionalised in movies, but all too real in offices, factories and worksites around the world, we’ve all […]

CEOWorld Magazine: 10 Warning Signs You’re Managing A Bad Boss

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Michelle has ten signs to watch out for when managing a bad boss in this article for CEOWorld Magazine. Leaders are judged not just by the effectiveness of their leadership, but by the leadership that’s displayed by their direct reports. Effective leaders – who are leading other leaders – know they need to keep their […]

Women’s Agenda: I was a bad boss and this is what I learnt

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In this article for Women’s Agenda, Michelle Gibbings bravely concedes she was once a ‘bad boss’. She took feedback from her colleagues and amended her leadership style. Here’s Michelle’s advice for leaders who find themselves in the same boat. Fictionalised in movies, but all too real in offices, factories and worksites around the world, we’ve […]

The Advertiser: One in three Aussies would take a pay cut to work from home after COVID-19 restrictions lift

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Michelle was invited by The Advertiser to contribute her suggestions on how to negotiate a continued ‘work from home’ arrangement – read the article here. Aussies given a taste of working from home are so keen to keep their newfound flexibility that one in three would take a pay cut for the privilege. Exclusive figures […]

The Courier Mail: One in three Aussies would take a pay cut to work from home after COVID-19 restrictions lift

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Michelle was invited by The Courier Mail to contribute her suggestions on how to negotiate a continued ‘work from home’ arrangement – read the article here. Aussies given a taste of working from home are so keen to keep their newfound flexibility that one in three would take a pay cut for the privilege. Exclusive […]

Herald Sun: One in three Aussies would take a pay cut to work from home after COVID-19 restrictions lift

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Michelle was invited by the Herald Sun to contribute her suggestions on how to negotiate a continued ‘work from home’ arrangement – read the article here. Aussies given a taste of working from home are so keen to keep their newfound flexibility that one in three would take a pay cut for the privilege. Exclusive […]

The Daily Telegraph: One in three Aussies would take a pay cut to work from home after COVID-19 restrictions lift

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Michelle was invited by The Daily Telegraph to contribute her suggestions on how to negotiate a continued ‘work from home’ arrangement – read this article here. Aussies given a taste of working from home are so keen to keep their newfound flexibility that one in three would take a pay cut for the privilege. Exclusive […]

When you land, you want to land well

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Even as someone who loves flying, I am always grateful when the plane has safely landed. A good landing doesn’t happen by accident. Before attempting to land the plane, the pilot runs through a landing checklist to ensure nothing has been forgotten. There are lots of variables to consider: the weather, crosswinds, visibility and turbulence. […]