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Your Executive Resume’s Key Element

October 26, 2020

Want to know what's missing from your executive CV?

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Applying Ikigai To Your Career

October 26, 2020

Applying Ikigai To Your Career Strike the perfect balance. By Sophie Whitfield Ikigai as a concept Applying Ikigai to your life What do you love? What are you good at? What can you be paid for? What does the world need? Revitalise your career Making that change How many times in the morning have you […]

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Turning Government Recruitment On Its Head

October 19, 2020

Turning Government Recruitment On It’s Head Government recruiters have got it backwards and here’s why By Joel Smith In the federal government you can’t escape risk management. It’s built into everything you do – or, it’s supposed to be. The commonwealth’s framework  –  RMG211 for those in the know –  is a mandatory framework that […]

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How to Interview Well

October 14, 2020

How to Interview Well Executive, manager, graduate. It’s all about value offered. Nail the interview by changing your mindset. By Jacquie Liversidge Find in this article: What is means to interview well What an interview truly is (hint: partnership) The employer perspective Your perspective Change your perspective A good interview response A bad interview response […]

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Your Foreign Sounding Name

June 12, 2020

Your foreign sounding name And how it affects your job hunt. By Jacquie Liversidge Your resume is fantastic. You have made all the right decisions. Perhaps you have engaged us and we have sent you into the job market with the best material we can produce to win jobs. Your work experience is from overseas, […]

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Discrimination in Hiring Practices

May 27, 2020

Discrimination in Hiring Practices The Religious Discrimination Bill 2019. It’s not law, and it’s hurting you already. By Jacquie Liversidge It’s finally happened. I’ve been waiting to see the ways in which the Religious Discrimination Bill will affect potential candidates. Not yet enshrined in law, it has not yet passed through both Houses of the […]

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Applying for Australian Government Jobs – State by State

May 22, 2020

Applying for Australian state government jobs Tas Gov, VPS, NSW Gov, WA Gov, ACT Gov, QLD Gov, SA Gov and how they differ. By Jacquie Liversidge Applying for Australian Government Jobs – State by State In this article, we’ll detail the requirements for each state. Read ahead to your state with the links below if […]

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Change Fatigue and COVID-19

May 18, 2020

Change fatigue and COVID-19 Why you’re sick of the news. By Jacquie Liversidge You’ve stopped watching the news. But to begin with, you were really invested in the federal government updates. And then you weren’t. You’ve stopped checking the coronavirus numbers. You have no idea what you can actually do with today’s restrictions, and you […]

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The Coronavirus and your Confidence

April 11, 2020

Coronavirus and your confidence In a world where wages equal worth. COVID JOBS By Jacquie Liversidge From a government mandated distance, I just spoke to the woman serving me at the grocery store who explained that she was new to the role at Coles. Congratulations, I said, with real enthusiasm. She explained that she had […]

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Engaging your audience

Failing at Engaging Your Audience

October 26, 2019

Failing at engagement Reunions, networking, relationships. We’ve all been there. Here’s how to avoid it. By Jacquie Liversidge I sit here in this moment reflecting on the overwhelming failure of a 10 year reunion to engage its audience.  An audience who all have something in common. In terms of audience engagement for an event, this […]

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