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Working mothers

What does balance mean?

She looked radiant. Her skin was glowing. It was the healthiest and the best I had seen her since we met ten months ago. It is funny how things work out, where we meet and connect with people. We met in the bathroom of a hotel, not exactly the ideal networking space. A Senior Executive,…
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Calling

Stop. Reset. GO

I don’t know about you, but this year has rushed by. Going a million miles an hour, busy being busy. And it’s funny how things work out. Somewhere in October I suddenly crashed. At a conference in the Goldcoast, 104-bed bug bites stopped me. Well, technically it wasn’t the bites that stopped me. It was…
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Phebe Cho

The leaky female talent pipeline.

In 2016 I became a statistic. I decided to leave the corporate ladder, the one I had dedicated so much of my life to climb. I started to redefine what work could be. I joined 780,000 women around the world who in 2016 made the same decision. I am part of the leaky talent pipeline. So what…
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new career direction

Discovering failure

We live in a society so advanced in technology and scientific breakthroughs, but we are lacking behind in education and living. The traditional norms of education still remain the same as they did thirty years ago, forty years ago, fifty years ago… We are still taught the same linear equation to life that our parents…
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work experience

Dear graduating student

Dear student, I know many of you work very hard at University – constantly motivating yourself to get good grades, have a good social life and discover your passions but what do you want the most at the end of all of this? I hear you; because I am one of you. We all want…
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Perth jobs

Self-Doubt? Three things to hit it on its head

To the voices of doubt playing in my head. STOP. I don’t need you in my life. To the whispers that say I am not good enough. STOP. I don’t want to hear you. To the call of judgment that compares me to everyone else STOP. I don’t want to play at anyone else’s game…
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Millennial jobs

Is your cover letter outdated?

Whether you’re applying for your first part time job at your local McDonalds or a full-time position at the company of your dreams, you need a cover letter. “By why?” I hear you ask, “It’s so outdated.” One of the most common things I hear in today’s market is that cover letters are not necessary,…
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Female talent

The one thing every successful person does

Over the years, I’ve noticed that every successful woman has a morning ritual. It doesn’t matter if they are in business, in politics or the community. It doesn’t matter what part of the world they reside in if they are a mum or not. All strong, successful women leaders have a morning ritual. Pepsi CEO…
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mentor

Male Champions of Change

On the eve before Australians celebrate Father’s Day, I wanted to pay tribute and honour roles men have played in shaping my career. I wouldn’t be where I am today if not for the male champions of change in my life. My Sponsor  The day, I went public with my business, I received a phone call from…
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