During her career, Fiona Cutts struggled intensely with public speaking and presentation delivery – an experience she now draws upon to help others liberate themselves from fear and judgment, and unleash their confident and authentic voice.
In amongst the sounds of power tools and welding torches in the NIDA workshop, Taylor Hill, 21, is working on a revolving stage. Come December, Taylor will be the first female ever to graduate from the Bachelor of Fine Arts (Staging) degree.
Designed specifically for women, NIDA’s Influential Women two day course provides you with practical strategies and techniques to take your conversations, presentations and negotiations to the next level.
At a time when the business constellation remains predominantly male, it is more significant than ever for women to take over the stage and let their voices be heard, respected and followed.
This post is entirely based on the high-paying jobs that women might find suitable. As we know different women love to do different types of jobs. Here we will explore the best and high-paying jobs women may be interested in step by step.
A thorough education will not only set you up for an excellent career, but it will also provide you with an array of life skills. Read on to discover the top tips for ensuring that your educational experience is a remarkable one.
Equal Pay Day falls on Monday 4 September this year, marking the additional days from the end of the previous financial year that women must work to earn the same pay as men in Australia.
Being a vet is not for the lighthearted, dealing with animals is a highly stressful job as they can’t talk and explain what is wrong with them. Check out this awesome advice brought to you by Jobs from Vet times.
Studies have shown that those who have established strong friendships at work, experience greater job satisfaction, greater sense of purpose and greater longevity in the workplace.
It’s not easy to take that first step back into the job market, but you can simplify this daunting task with a little forethought and practice. Here are four things you can do to make the transition easier.
Diverse City Careers (DCC), Australia’s only job site for women only, has launched the country’s first ever Flexible Working Week, to encourage more discussion between women and their employers about flexible working arrangements.
Although blogs are rated as the 5th most reliable source for getting information online, the majority of blogs fail. But if you are dedicated to your blog and have a smart plan, you can start a blog and make substantial passive income.
The makeup industry in Australia is ridiculously competitive and it can seem like an impossible feat to break into the scene and make a name for yourself. We’ve looked to some of the biggest names in the industry for help on how to build a career as a makeup artist.
This infographic will take you through a list of the 12 most competitive universities in the United Kingdom, based on the average total UCAS points that new undergraduates possess.
According to the latest research, the popularity of the following professions with women seems to be on the rise, and each one of them should offer a satisfying yearly income, as well as room for progress.
The nursing profession is an honourable career choice that is in big demand. The need for quality trained nurses is on the rise around the world and continues to be one of the fastest growing occupations.
How do you create a masterpiece essay and what to do if you can’t handle it? Listed here are tips that will help you become a master essay writer. This simple advice will help you understand how much work it really takes.
Changing careers while taking care of your family may seem like a balancing act at first. These simple steps will demonstrate that good changes are possible and that there is nothing wrong with starting over.
Women are just as dedicated, just as hard-working and just as skilled, yet they take home 16 cents less on the dollar. For women working with companies in the ASX200, the amount is nearly a third less.
Working in education or related fields can be very challenging, but well worth it. Educational jobs often offer flexible working hours, great salaries, and the reward of seeing children progress.
If you’ve decided that an online masters in counseling is what you want to pursue then there are some things you’ll want to be mindful of when applying.
Most of the highest paid jobs for women are in the healthcare industry. While some jobs in the sector, such as surgery, are still male dominated, in other jobs, women thrive. Here are some of the best healthcare jobs for women.
Senior businesswomen and representatives from leading organisations will be ringing the ASX opening bell this morning, kicking off a global event that will see stock exchanges around the world ringing the opening or closing bell for gender equality
The Board of Master Builders Australia has announced its appointment of Mrs Denita Wawn as the new Chief Executive Officer of Master Builders Australia effective 20 March 2017. Mrs Wawn will be Master Builders’ first female CEO in its 127 year history.
Opening in Melbourne on 7 March 2017 is the Women in the West Exhibition which tells the stories of ten women who have contributed to Australian society at both national and local levels in the recent past.
There are 3.7 billion women and girls in the world, but how many of the world’s top 50 companies are run by women? The answer is a big, fat Zero! WaterAid Australia Chief Executive Rosie Wheen joins WaterAid’s other female CEO’s offering advice for women and girls to reach their goals.
Australian entrepreneurs like Melissa Haupt, are supporters of a charity which helps millions of entrepreneurial women in developing countries to start a business, earn a regular income and free themselves and their families from poverty.
Australians prefer some type of face-to-face contact with teaching staff when upskilling or training for a new career. To meet this demand, further education and training providers are starting to offer a hybrid mode of study, meaning a mix of online study and on-campus attendance.
While there has been some progress made on the important issue of gender equality in the workplace, the current playing field is anything but equal. However, there have been some women who have been able to achieve success in male dominated fields.
Workplace accidents are an unfortunate reality in today’s world. It is important to know what type of support your employer can provide, and how your recovery will be managed. Be sure to take care of yourself at work, as that’s definitely the most important step.
A job should be part of a long-term career path of advancement as well as a passion that’s fulfilling and meaningful. What’s more, it’s a status symbol and an extension of our identity. But at the core of what truly matters in our job is our happiness.
The Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) has announced the list of 2016 Employers of Choice for Gender Equality, 106 organisations that recognise equal participation by women and men at all levels is good for workplace culture and performance.
In an effort to increase the representation of women in the STEM workforce, the Turnbull Government has announced $3.9 million in funding to rollout projects that will encourage girls and women to study and pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and maths.
The financial and technology sectors are among the largest and most influential industries these days. Despite this, women as a whole are vastly underrepresented compared to men.
Angela Ferguson, Managing Director of Futurespace, a cutting edge interior design and architectural agency, has some invaluable advice for other women who are working in a male dominated industry.
Most people assume because I’m a CFP professional, that I was pretty good at maths in school. However, at its core financial planning is less about maths, and more about guiding people to achieve their own financial goals and security through personalised strategies.
Congratulations to Moya Dodd who has been named the 2016 The Australian Financial Review and Westpac 100 Women of Influence Awards overall winner at a gala event in Sydney. We also congratulate the individual category winners of these awards.
$4,000 scholarships are now being awarded to support female leadership development in the 2017 Executive Ready Program. The scholarship initiative is administered by Women & Leadership Australia to support their new flagship development program for mid to senior level managers.
Communicating confidently and effectively in the workplace can be a challenging experience when all too often a woman’s voice is drowned out, overridden, or ignored. This can have serious consequences for women’s ability to contribute within the organisation.
With many years of experience as an Executive Recruitment Consultant under her belt, Endi Frydman launched OneJob TwoMinds, Australia’s first job share recruitment agency that specialises in helping women maintain career progression and work life balance.