Tag Archive | "Career Management"

NZ study on Workplace Flexibility in the Accounting Sector finds partnership and having children are mutually exclusive

A new study into the flexibility practices of the accounting sector has been undertaken to determine why this profession – in which women have long dominated at the graduate level – is still failing to attain significant female representation at partnership ranks. The study was undertaken by the New Zealand Ministry for Women and reviewed workplace practices […]

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What selectors are watching for in executive hiring process: the top three areas to focus on developing

I think sometimes we get so much advice, so many insiders tips and tricks for how to get that job that we get over stimulated and ruin our focus. This is a recognised phenomenon in elite athlete training – if your focusing on kicking perfectly and swift arm movements entering the water expertly and keeping […]

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Last chance to register for Ascend in Adelaide on 10th Nov – and create your blueprint for career success in 2011

For our readers in Adelaide… now is your last chance to register for our final Ascend career development day for 2010 – which is all about career develoment and the things women can do to position themselves for career advancement and success in 2011.  Would you, your colleagues or team members benefit from attending?  Or […]

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What’s the difference between a mistake and a ristake? And how you can learn from endeavours that don’t work out as planned

Pretty much every opportunity worth pursuing won’t be failure proof. And if you’re ready to try something brave, or are reeling from a cherished idea gone wrong, then this article is for you.  How can you assess the risk of making mistakes with new ideas before you launch the project, and how can you learn […]

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A Corporate “Mobility Linked” Lock-out – guest blog post by Susan Plunkett PhD

Over the past months I’ve read a number of engaging SheEO blogs on women in leadership roles and moving into the boardroom.  Those are aspirational goals and ones that every little girl should have in her toy garage or dollhouse at the ready.  But, what about those women who are more than competent, but for […]

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Dealing with a career set back: How to bounce back from a bad 360 review, with Do’s and Don’ts and case studies!

I don’t think anyone walks into a 360 review comfortable with the process; the idea of a range of people anonymously commenting on you in a setting that affects you career is nerve racking! But the results are usually very useful for developing your leadership, even if they’re not a lot of fun to get. […]

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