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    9 Ways an Award Can Increase Your Income

    Julia Roberts has 4 Academy Award nominations. She won best actress for Erin Brockovich and for a period was the highest paid actress in Hollywood, commanding $27 million USD per film. She got to pick and choose her roles which is a dream for any actor. The Dally M Award gives you more clout as a player. You have more ... Read More »

    7 Ways to Increase Your Likeability

    I recently had a university graduate going for an interview with a large bank and the interview was over Skype. Even though he was in my office, we did the practice on Skype and I was in the next room to see what the experience would be like for the panel chair. My experience of him in person was different ... Read More »

    5 TIPS FOR TAKING YOUR OWN LINKEDIN PROFILE PHOTOGRAPH

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    The online business world is fast and furious.  Make sure that you are making your best first impression with a great head-shot.  You can do a pretty decent job of taking your own photos if you follow these tips…   1.  BEWARE THE “SELFIE” Don’t literally try and take it yourself!  There’s not much worse than a “selfie” on a ... Read More »

    5 Tips for Personal Branding for University Students

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        Branding is a term associated with marketing. Few university students realise that they have to engage in marketing their skills when they apply for a job. To do this in a professional way you need to engage in establishing a personal brand of your own. The brand you develop will tell potential employers a great deal about your ... Read More »

    Women in Super Brisbane, Crafting Your Career February 2013

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    In February this year (2013) I delivered a workshop for Brisbane’s Women in Super Branch called “Crafting your Career”. Fourteen amazing women from across some of Brisbane’s and Australia’s best known Superannuation companies applied to go on the workshop to craft their ideal lives and careers. These are women who love what they do and wanted to take it to the next level! Read More »

    Top 5 Tweaks for the New Linkedin Profile and Personal Branding

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    This month I spoke at the Australian Marketing Institute’s Breakfast on the topic of “The Rise and Rise of Personal Brand” with Craig Sneesby, perhaps Brisbane’s best known Executive Recruiter at U&U Recruitment and Kerryn Fewster, best known in C-Suite circles for her Executive Coaching expertise with Change 2020. I also recently received notification that I have one of the ... Read More »

    5 steps to negotiating for flexible work hours

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    Do you ever have those days where you wish you could be working from home that day because your child is sick or transport is an issue? You may not be able to work regular hours due to family commitments or health issues. While part-time jobs are not available for most professions, the next best thing is to hold a full-time job with flexible working hours. Read More »

    Top 5 tips for accessing the hidden job market

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    Up to about 80% of all new jobs that are on offer are never even advertised. Were you aware of this? It is a staggering statistic and something that prevents many job hunters from finding the ideal job in the end. What if you knew how to gain access to these "hidden" jobs? Would it help you with your job seeking? Have a look at the following tips and see what happens when you make full use of them. Read More »

    Top 5 tips to overcome ‘New Job’ Blues’

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    Answering a job interview is a daunting task, but for many, the fear does not end there. Even after being hired, the first few days at the new job can bring on depression, isolation and worry. Here are the top 5 tips for you to cope with new job blues and handle these negative feelings correctly, so that you can take a liking to the workplace and the job at the earliest. Read More »

    Coping with Redundancy

    Coping with Redundancy

    The global recession has affected people from all walks of life, forcing skilled and unskilled workers in all industries and at all levels of management into redundancy. The extent of the recession means that almost everyone knows someone who has faced redundancy, if not themselves, and what unites all cases are the challenges and worries of keeping financially afloat and getting back into work. Read More »

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