CAREER

Your career is personal, yet support and guidance is an invaluable resource. Achieve peak performance through learning and development, with insights on navigating the workplace to improve career and professional advancement.

  • Not your usual career path

    Not your usual career path

    When you were a little kid and someone asked you what you wanted to be with you grew up, you probably went for the standard lawyer, doctor or fireman.

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  • Seven strategies to launch a career overseas

    Seven strategies to launch a career overseas

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  • Six questions to ask yourself before switching jobs

    Six questions to ask yourself before switching jobs

    No-one likes being stuck in a rut at work but don’t jump on the first opportunity that comes along simply because you feel you can’t take another minute in your current position; do it for the right r

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  • Include and conquer

    Include and conquer

    Variety is more than just the spice of life; it’s a key ingredient for business success in a rapidly changing labour market.

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  • Davos 2016: gender gap

    Davos 2016: gender gap

    “[Leaders] want their women to thrive in their organisation and pull the next generation of women with them.” - Patricia A. Milligan

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  • Call to action on women at work

    Call to action on women at work

    According to the When Women Thrive report, women make up 40% of the average company’s workforce.

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  • It's a quality life in NZ

    It's a quality life in NZ

    New Zealand cities continue to rank amongst the best and safest places in the world to live and work.

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  • Building diversity and innovation

    Building diversity and innovation

    Women are still a staggering 118 years away from closing the gender gap, in terms of labour market opportunity, education, health and political clout.

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  • Face your future

    Face your future

    "Few find it easy to imagine or establish an emotional connection with their future selves."

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