If you want to make a difference in others’ lives, and your own, try a focus on your character; building virtues instead of resume-ready ‘key strengths’.
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It’s possible to survive AND thrive while studying and working full time – if you approach it right.
The return to work after having a baby brings with it plenty of conflicting emotions not to mention the practical balancing act. We’ve got some advice to smooth the transition.
Gender pay parity is still an issue in 2018 but one country has taken very real steps to address it; will NZ be next?
Welcome to 2018! Although I didn’t make any New Year’s resolutions, I’ve taken some time to reflect on the year so far. Here are some tips I’ve learned about achieving work/life balance.
If you’re having trouble saying no, try reframing it as a positive. Once you can say no effectively, it frees up your life – and maintains your sanity!
Hold that door; say thank you; put your phone away. It’s a great time of year to explore the multitude of ways you can sprinkle a little kindness around you.
Being chained to your desk doesn’t mean you are super productive. To achieve more, it’s important to work smarter, not harder.
When everything is riding on you finding a job, stress levels can reach sky high. This is the time to try digging deep, with seven tips for moving through challenging times.
Under pressure and with a deadline is how this Executive Assistant works best. Christina Hammond talks all things executive support with us, including a very funny moment with a texting mishap.