Four Words to Make 2019 The Best Year Yet

Once a year, I stop, breathe and reflect on the year that was. I schedule a day out of my calendar to check-in with myself and to work out what the coming year will entail. I’ve written about the process I follow before now, and suffice to say, I am still a happy failure at goal setting. I simply visualise what I want to coming year to look like and feel like then write about who I want to be in that year.  Read More

What the Hell Do I Do Now?

I had a WTF moment a few years back. For the first time in a long time, I stopped to consider what I really wanted to do next. Truth be told, I had no bloody idea except for the fact that I didn’t want to keep doing what I had been doing. I was stuck. Read More

Yes, you really can make a difference.

Yes, you really can make a difference to creating an inclusive, diverse, kind and compassionate workplace. Here are 5 ways how. Read More

7 Helpful Hacks to Help Businesswomen Rise Up

There is an old saying, ‘to be considered half as good as a man, women have to work twice as hard.’  I don’t subscribe to encouraging women to working twice as hard, I subscribe to working smarter! Read More

6 Simple Ways to Deal With a Workplace Bully

Workplace bullying is often insidious, covert and can have a devastating impact on employee well-being, engagement and productivity. Here are some simple tips to identify and deal with bullying behaviour. Read More

What Makes You Happy and Other Annoying Questions

Once upon a time, a long time ago, a woman was asked by her doctor to write down 25 things that brought her happiness and joy.The woman started to write things down 25 things that made her happy. She couldn’t get beyond 5 things. She cried. Then she got her act together. Read More

Why the 3 R’s are important 

Is the call for more resilience in workplaces a sneaky way to do more with less? #resilience Read More

Why life is certain when you have passion and purpose 

I have spent this past week with my family as we grieved for the loss of a family member, my paternal uncle. Occasions like death and funerals can set the scene for deep discussion, reflection and in some cases, regret. Our week has been relatively typical in that regard. My Dad, recounting how he was… Read More

My love of “F” words

Flawesome (adj.) an individual who embraces her flaws and knows she’s awesome anyway. Feisty (adj.) a lively, determined and courageous individual. Fabulous (adj.) very good, wonderful. Frivolity (noun) lack of seriousness, light-heartedness Four “F” words that describe what happens when the “Women Who Get It” get together in Melbourne. This is an unashamed plug for my next… Read More