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Why choice doesn’t always bring us what we want: thoughts from a Professor at Columbia Business School

This video recommends people differentiate between decisions that are “uplifting and meaningful” and the every day decisions, or decisions that distract us from choosing our better lives. I know I can get caught up in choosing to do what has to be done, rather then doing what is best for me as a whole person. […]

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Are you one of the 1-in-5 Australian women who would have plastic surgery to improve your promotional prospects at work?

Adding to the panty hose and cut and colour routine I wrote about earlier this week, it seems the cost of being a woman in business is about to skyrocket with 85% of women in a recent poll by The Heat Group confirming what we already know: there’s greater pressure on women to be attractive […]

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Sexual harassment – why people who witness it don’t report it, and why we really need to

Hot off the back of a settlement in the DJs sexual harassment case, incidences of sexual harassment are still alarmingly common across all industries. Whether you go by the stories you’ve been unofficially told or from the stats, the rate of women being made to feel uncomfortable in the workplace is way too high.  With […]

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Planning on working overtime? Or demanding that your staff do? Not good idea if you want them to stay alive. New research links overtime to heart damage

Did you know that 1 in 3 women will suffer a cardiac event in their lifetime, compared to 1 in 25 women who will get breast cancer, according to Professor Linda Worrell-Carter at our August Ascend development day in Melbourne. New research at the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health at University College, London the higher […]

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Free article shared on LinkedIn on how to overcome shyness and increase your confidence

I’m a member of Executives Women’s Business group on LinkedIn, and wanted to share with you all an article one of the other members shared about how to beat shyness, and become more confident. There is no doubt about it, being shy won’t serve you well in your career. Successful careers today require networking, making […]

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Ever wondered what other busy business women were reading and loving? “The Absolute Best Books…”

Reading is one of the many things I would like to do more of. Not just getting into the books that are bumping around my office for professional development, but also fiction books too. Whilst I’m sure you all have recommendations from your friends to get through, I found this list of the “The Absolute […]

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