Tag Archive for: at work

What People Don’t Want to Hear About Success

Consistency and patience in the face of obstacles is what gets you to the mountain top, writes Rachel Reva.

How to Feel Confident When You Are In Over Your Head

It’s in times of discomfort, awkwardness, and a feeling that you lack confidence, when real growth can happen, writes Rachel Reva.

Leading Multigenerational Teams

Authoritative, hierarchical leadership is out; collaborative and coordinated leadership is in, especially for a team of mixed generations.

The Truth About Your Biggest Weakness

So many people talk about focusing on your strengths – but identifying a weakness and working on it, is also a huge key to success.

Want a Competitive Advantage? Out-Care the Competition!

In the business world, few things set an individual or organisation apart more than sincere, unhurried and attentive care.

3 Mindset Shifts That Have Helped me Majorly in Business

Three tips from an entrepreneur that will help you, whether you are in a 9-5 job, or starting up your own business.

That ‘Inbox Zero’ Contentment Feeling

To be still in this culture can mean allowing your email count to tick back from ‘0’ to ‘1’ without fret, writes Tim Yearsley.

Check In With Others to Show Your Support

It doesn’t take a lot to check in with someone. If you’re a leader, there are simple steps you can take to check in with your team, too.

How to Create a Cozy Work and Study Space in Your Home

Now is the perfect time to update your study or home work space, writes Nikki Duthie. Think lighting, furniture, desk and accessories.

Become More Flexible – By Having an ‘Option B’

We can build a more flexible mindset if we hold to our ‘Option A’, or our ideals and dreams, very, very loosely.

Is a Side Hustle Worth the Hassle? Record Number of Aussies Taking Up Second Jobs

The number of jobs worked as secondary jobs has passed 1 million for the first time, according to new ABS data.

How to Get the Stubborn to Budge

When someone is stubborn, our instinct is to bombard them with evidence. The better approach to persuasion is to start small.

Engineering a Fairer Workplace

Leaders have a role to play in creating spaces where both men and women can flourish, but individuals have a role to speak up, too.

Need a Job? Top Tips for Job Hunting and Interviews

An employment provider CEO, and our community of readers, share their top tips for when you are going for a job interview.

Your Team May Be Diverse, But Do They Say What They Think?

Despite diversity in workplaces, the reality is that a fearless exchange of perspectives is often inhibited.

Consider This Before You Quiet Quit

In Christ, we have the wisdom and strength to do more than quiet quit—to go deep and identify the root issue of our struggles, writes Jane Lim.

How Gen Z Can Stand Out in Workplaces of the Future

As the world of work changes, there are some strategies Gen Z can use to not only stand out in the workplace, but thrive in it. Here are five.

Why Repetition is a Powerful Tool for Marketers, Teachers and Leaders

We should beware dodgy marketing ploys that gain traction via simple repetition, writes Michael McQueen. But repetition is a powerful tool for good, too.