Statistics reveal that 40% of new entrants to the labour force are aged over 55 has been labelled the ‘great unretirement’. Thanks to Smart Company, Michelle had the opportunity to share her five tips on how you can leverage that ‘great unretirement’. Recent labour force figures revealing that 40% of new entrants to the labour […]
Thanks to Leader’s Digest, in this article Michelle shares her ideas of navigating the concept of being ‘overqualified’ when seeking a new job or when hiring a new person for the team. You have the skills and capability for the role and nail the interview. Continue reading.
Whether the person takes credit for your work, always looks for ways to position themselves better to come out on top or finds fault with your work, no doubt at some stage in your career, you’ve worked with the overly competitive type. The need to compete can be personality-based, arise due to how a person […]
There are many situations at work where you can wonder about the best time to talk to your boss about something that matters to you. You may be thinking of leaving, feeling bored at work, wanting to explore a side hustle or wanting more flexibility with work. Whatever the context, you want to approach the […]
The recently released State of the Future of Work Report paints a grim picture of how workplaces around the country are faring. Based on 1400 Australian workers spanning all states and territories, the research identified four central themes: unsafe, unwell, uncertain and opportunities. Australians surveyed feel their work and workplaces are unsafe, and discrimination is prevalent. As […]
Thanks to Leader’s Digest Magazine, Michelle provides her insights about how to put change into context and make it relevant. Have you ever had a time when you planned a project, initiative or piece of work and it didn’t go to plan? Continue reading.