All posts tagged "Sub-Featured"

  • employee disputes gender discrimination

    11 things to say instead of ‘I don’t know’

    When colleagues and clients ask us a question we don’t have the answer to, we often tend to automatically reply “I don’t know”. If you’re lucky, saying this will earn you credit for your honesty,...

  • Naomi Simson – Ready To Soar

    The highly charismatic Naomi Simson — RedBallon founder and the ‘red shark’ on Shark Tank — has just published (with Harlequin) her latest book, Ready To Soar. She shares some quick glimpses into parts of...

  • success opportunities

    Is a lack of qualifications holding women back?

    Many women risk falling behind in their careers because of a lack of qualifications, according to recent research by Get Qualified Australia (GQA). The study showed that a huge majority of women believe that a...

  • insurance business financial profit loss

    Should career women consider prenuptial agreements?

    Should you say ‘I will’ before you say ‘I do’? Frequently we have inquiries from clients who are about to marry and have been asked by their partner to sign a prenuptial agreement. You will...

  • power of the female brain

    Does being a straight shooter actually work for you?

    It’s surprising how many people are surprised when they come across a straight shooter –- and they then wonder if the frank approach works. This is something I am asked on a regular basis. The...

  • Power Pack | Moeloco founder Kathy Wong

    Moeloco (which means dream crazy) is a fashion social conscious product started to inspire people to be their best, live a life they love and to make a difference. When Kathy Wong learnt that there...

  • having a dream

    How to train yourself to be comfortable with taking risks

    Let’s be honest here, starting your own business is a risk, a huge risk. You risk losing money, your reputation and to the extreme, friends and family because the business can (and often does) consume...

  • tough conversations : who your enemies are

    11 great lines to start networking conversations

    Meeting new people can be hard, nerve-wracking and often involves you going out on a limb to break the ice and make a contact. But that doesn’t mean you can’t do it because there are...

  • promoting your business

    9 tips to seem smarter at work

    No one ever wants to feel dumb or stupid. You didn’t at school, you don’t at work and you probably don’t want to in the future. Especially not in front of others. And definitely not...