Tag Archive | "Looking After Yourself"

Wonderful website for productive time off

Everyone has a shopping weakness. Whether it’s winter coats or tailored dresses, fancy chocolates or red wine, most people have a pick-me-up product that we splurge on when we’re feeling down, or need a dose of inspiration. My current one is trawling the website the book depository, selecting the books I’m after or just discovered on […]

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Beat your anxiety at work

Big projects, looming deadlines, stressed colleagues and being responsible for tasks that do not play to your skill set can all make you anxious at work. Not to mention those niggling feelings of inadequacy we all battle with sometimes. Work Happy Now HR blog has published an article titled “The Ultimate Guide to Dealing With Anxiety”. […]

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Workplace bullying petition

A couple of weeks ago I published a blog summarizing the findings of a new study in workplace bullying. The study by Jenny Morris of Orijen found that 23% of her survey participants (women in management) were currently experiencing workplace bullying in some form. Marie Claire magazine is currently running a petition calling for a review of […]

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Support for when marriages go wrong

Divorce can be extremely stressful and painful, trust me, I know! And it’s recognized as one of the most serious distractions from work. Especially when there are children involved. No one wants a divorce, but sometimes it’s the only sane option and with 1 in 3 marriages ending in divorce, it’s a challenge millions of […]

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NEW SPHINXX SURVEY REVEALS DANGEROUS LEVELS OF UNCONCIOUS GENDER BIAS IN THE WORKPLACE

MEDIA RELEASE: sphinxx (www.sphinxx.com.au), the network for senior women in business recently polled 264 women in mid to senior positions who attended the sphinxx Ascend events for women in leadership in order to determine the development needs and experiences of women in senior positions.   68 per cent of those women said they had observed or […]

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Who’s sharing at Ascend?

The theme of the May Ascend days is “rethink your approach”. And we mean all the angles of your approach. We’ve organised a great line up of speakers to help you master multiple aspects of your approach and want to introduce you to them now to get you ready! If you haven’t registered yet there are still a […]

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Well. Can I just say 'hats off' to Margaret Court. I don't share her views on same sex marriage but I do think good on her for standing up and standing by her opinion. It's a good reminder that a bit more work is required to ensure all
Australians understand equality and so are willing to embrace it.
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"I have nothing against homosexual people, they can lead their life, but don't touch marriage." Margaret Court addresses her comments regarding marria...

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The reason truck commercials don’t have more women in them

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One for the CPAs. Would be very, very funny if it weren't so embarrassing!! #leadership #fail #member #mutiny
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