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Woman as Leaders: 6 Tips For High Performance Team Building

February 17, 2017 | Fonthip Ward

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As a woman in leadership, you have the rare opportunity to chart not just your own career course, but pave the way for a whole future generation of aspiring women leaders. In this post, learn six key tips to build high performance teams that will benefit you and everyone you work with. Tip 1: Know […]



5 Benefits of Ongoing Staff Training and Development

November 17, 2016 | Fonthip Ward

If training and developing staff is something you do once, upon hiring, then never bother to provide updates or the chance to learn new skills, we may have just discovered why your business is in the doldrums. There are so many reasons why staff training is important that, were you to ponder them all simultaneously, […]



4 Working Skills Employers Are Looking For in First Jobbers

October 21, 2016 | Fonthip Ward

Getting your first job can be stressful. When you don’t have the experience to appear competitive to the job market, you can feel like you’re never going to get hired. But employers are looking for more than just a background of employment when they’re deciding who they should hire. When attempting to land your first […]



Managing Conflict in the Workplace: How Women Do It?

August 29, 2016 | Fonthip Ward

Workplaces are becoming increasingly more fast-pasted and globalized, which increases the opportunities for professional development, but also increases the likelihood that conflicts will occur within the workplace. Conflicts are difficult challenges women face in the workplace because of how men and women approach conflict situations. But there are constructive ways that conflict can be managed […]



5 Outstanding Industries With Most Women In Management

July 5, 2016 | Fonthip Ward

Ladies are still facing obstacles when it comes to attaining and maintaining a decent job. Women’s status in the workforce has improved. However, they still struggle for equality in most positions. Over the past decade, the number of women in senior managerial roles has indicated a very slight improvement. However, most ladies have broken the […]



Break-through Job Search Strategy

May 3, 2016 | Fonthip Ward

The unemployment rate in Australia is at a little more than 6 percent, which means that more than 1.3 million people are out of jobs. Employers know how many people are in competition with one another, so they know that they can take their time finding the perfect candidates for the positions they offer. As […]



Tips For Writing a Winning Resume in 2016

March 4, 2016 | Fonthip Ward

Haven’t updated your resume in a long time? The beginning of 2016 is the perfect time to get your resume up to speed. Read on for not-to-miss tips on writing a resume. Only Include Relevant Information – Your resume doesn’t have to include every single thing you’ve done since high school. Only include information that’s relevant […]



The Right Stuff: How Personality Influences Career Success

February 1, 2016 | Fonthip Ward

Studies have shown that nearly 3 out of 4 students will change their major at least once during their University career. Sometimes the change is prompted by lack of aptitude in the chosen profession, but more often it is because the student got a closer look at their career and decided that it wasn’t a […]



Plan Ahead – Bring Purpose and Direction To 2016

January 13, 2016 | Dianna Jacobsen

Another new year! Another new beginning! We all love the idea of a fresh start, a chance to re-evaluate our lives, and the opportunity to draw a psychological line in the sand and leave behind the baggage and mistakes of the past year. So, draw a line in the sand, step over it, and spend […]



Turn The ‘To Do List’ Upside Down!

December 21, 2015 | Dianna Jacobsen

Wow, another year has almost passed, and, if you are like me, you are wondering where the months have gone, and lamenting the tasks on the ‘to do list’ yet to be completed! But take heart, and look at the list from the reverse perspective: look at what you’ve managed to accomplish for the year, […]