Confidence

  • It’s true. Research reveals that women are the most effective workplace leaders

    Research shows that even though the number of women in leadership roles is significantly lower, Australian women are proven to be more effective workplace leaders than their male counterparts, rating significantly higher across 12 of 16 core leadership competencies. And...

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    5 life lessons from Hillary Clinton’s style

    There are thousands of articles and countless books on ‘How to dress like Hillary Clinton’ that all distil down to one point: Hillary Rodham Clinton is the unequivocal President of Sass. Hillary Clinton’s style sends powerful messages, silencing the...

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    Crafting the world your team can succeed in

    What’s your company’s story? How do you empower and inspire your team to collaborate and construct an environment in which success is the only option? Regardless of which industry you’re competing in, successful organisations and people create a world...

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    Ambition and ego | an owner’s manual

    Let’s start with a five-second Q&A. What is the difference between ‘ambition’ and ‘ego’? (Pause for effect) Well, according to the dictionary, ambition is defined as “a strong drive for success” and ego is “an inflated feeling of pride...

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    Five tips on how businesses can better manage maternity leave

    Employees going on maternity (or paternity) leave is an organisational reality and business leaders shouldn’t stick their heads in the sand and think the process will manage itself – it won’t. According to the latest data from the Australian...

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    23 things you don’t have to apologize for

    As women, it seems we have a lot to apologise for. Striving, achieving, breathing, existing and basically just being women. But do women apologize too much?  There are many things you don’t have to apologise for. Do we really...

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    Why focusing on your strengths is important

    “Success is achieved by developing our strengths, not by eliminating our weaknesses.” -Marilyn vos Savant Why do so many of us focus on weaknesses? It’s all about strengths! Whether it’s your own personal performance, or the performance of your...

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    Building a confident female brain

    Did you know that confidence matters as much as competence? Katty, Kay and Claire, who wrote The Confidence Code, state that evidence shows women are less self-assured than men – and that to succeed, confidence matters! So what is the...

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    Stop using the word failure

    In recent times, business books and keynote speeches have more and more focused on failure −− on how it is healthy to fail and to admit to failing. And it’s good to understand it is okay if something doesn’t work...

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