All posts tagged "career woman"

  • Could economics be a career path for you?

    An economist, just like it sounds, works in the field of economics. They study consumption, production, the distribution of services, goods and resources for a specific society. This role can be found among many different...

  • 4 Tips for dealing with challenging projects at work

    There are times in life when work can just get too much, and this is often caused by an onslaught of challenging projects that continue to get the better of us. When you’re faced with...

  • How to be the best dressed at work

    You want your stellar performance to be what makes you stand out at the office, but it never hurts to punctuate with an amazing wardrobe — just look at the outstanding wardrobes for the hit...

  • Bereavement leave – this is what you need to know

    Bereavement leave is such a tricky topic for employers.  Dealing with someone who has experienced loss can be challenging.  You have the practicalities of keeping your business moving forward.  The person who has experienced loss...

  • The 3 key ways to deal with a bad boss

    ‘You don’t leave an organisation, you leave a bad boss’, so the old saying goes and for the most part this is true. At some stage in a working career almost everyone will work for...

  • Seven steps to decisive leadership

    What are the key personal attributes that can transform managers into leaders and good leaders into great ones? In the new book, Leading Well (Major Street Publishing $34.95), CEO of the Institute of Managers and...

  • What can you do with coding skills? Why more women should learn to code

    What can you do with coding skills? Why more women should learn to code

    What can you do with coding skills? As it turns out, there’s a lot you can do. Read on to learn why women should learn to code. So you hit a rut with your current...

  • You’ve got this: Everybody is leaving the job—should I?

    Dr Froswa’ Booker-Drew answers your questions, putting her years of experience and practice into the goal of solving those knotty problems that beset us, and assuring us: ‘you’ve got this’. If you’d like Froswa’ to...

  • Career mom: Balancing between work and family

    In a world where women have it way harder than men in business, special efforts have to be made to ensure that some balance exists between work and family. This is not an easy task,...