Tag Archive | "Career Management"

2 tickets to give away to Hot Tips career skills workshop in Sydney

If you’ve ever wondered why you don’t get the job you want, why others get paid more than you or why your good work goes unnoticed… then you might need some Hot Tips for Career Chicks! Karen Adamides – Career Chick and author – is hosting a workshop in Sydney on 9th April and has offered 2 complimentary […]

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Some food for thought – and facts – about gender balance, and the working conditions that drive women out of Engineering

Despite the many initiatives aimed at attracting more women to the engineering profession, a recent study has found that it’s the working conditions that are driving women away.  Of the 30% of female U.S. engineering graduates who worked as engineers but later quit the field, nearly halfsaid they left because of working conditions, too much travel, lack of […]

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MEDIA RELEASE: Childcare and careers don’t mix for women, says new poll

March 2, 2011: Despite the Federal Government’s moves to strengthen maternity leave and benefits, Australian families remain worried about the affordability of childcare, saying they will vote for the party who offer tax breaks, the latest poll shows. New research, commissioned by the online businesswomen’s network group sphinxx in a poll, found that children and careers fail […]

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The Heroine’s Journey – a guest post by Marion Chapsal

As first published in Geronimo Coaching Now:  Once upon a time, in the bleak Welsh valleys, there was a little girl. Her name was Sylvia Ann… I grew up in the Welsh mining valleys. I was one of 6 girls children in a family that struggled a lot with unemployment. We didn’t have a refrigerator or […]

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Me & My Mentor – how to get the most from a business coach or mentor

This week the very first edition of Smarter Business Ideas – Australia’s newest & biggest business magazine by circulation – landed on my desk.  And it features a new section by Josephine Quilty called Me & My Mentor – which in my case really is about me and my mentee!  It’s an article about how I’ve worked with Lara Solomon […]

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5 reasons why women should stay in paid employment instead of starting a business or portfolio career

When you’re meeting new people one of the first things you’ll talk about is what you do for a living (or the first thing, if you’re talking with a man!).  When it comes to explaining my portfolio career of business consultant / company director / farmer / author and professional speaker – and how I […]

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