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Serena–take 2

The recent, and much anticipated, interview on ‘The Project’ with Lisa Wilkinson showed an up close and personal side of Serena Williams, coping with the pressures of being the most […]

EQ: The Serena saga

The whole world is talking about Serena Williams at the U.S. Open. And Chair umpire Carlos Ramos. The rage continues from all sides. How you look at this high-profile and […]

Stay calm and carry on

Another day, another Prime Minister. More ministerial changes. More public servants suffering a sense of upheaval. It’s true that change is the only constant, but with mega change like the […]

Feel like a fraud? Part 2

What makes certain successful people feel like imposters? Why are they weighed down by persistent self-doubt and fear of being exposed as frauds? The imposter syndrome is real and complex. […]

Feel like a fraud? Part I

What makes certain successful people feel like imposters? Why are they weighed down by persistent self-doubt and fear of being exposed as frauds? The imposter syndrome is real and complex. […]

Can you see your EQ?

You’re smart. You’re qualified. You’re experienced. So why aren’t you progressing in your career? It could be you’re lacking a healthy dose of EQ, or emotional quotient. ‘Smarts and experience […]

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Lead at the next level

Is it ever too early to start developing leadership skills? The short answer is ‘no’, says Executive Career Coach Kim Vella. ‘It doesn’t matter whether you aspire to be the […]