What do Elon Musk, Steve Jobs, and Benjamin Franklin all have in common?
They’re polymaths — people who have a deep level of understanding across a broad range of domains. This depth of knowledge allowed them to excel in multiple different areas, often founding or co-founding company after company.
A team that works well together is more productive, creative, and happier overall. The point of team building activities is to foster genuine relationships that will improve office culture by making it a more enjoyable place to work. We’ve come up with 6 awesome team building activities in Brisbane that are outside the box and a lot of fun.
Memes are the phenomenon of ideas, behaviour, and styles spreading from person to person within a culture. You can think of a meme as genes that spread like a virus— It’s often been said that attitudes and ideas are infectious, after all.
Sitting all day can cause all sorts of trouble for your body. On average, people who work with computers will sit at their desks for up to 10 hours a day living out of inboxes, writing proposals, making calls, and even eating lunches.
Recent graduates with little work experience, candidates looking to make a career change, and people looking for more flexibility in their work-life balance are benefitting from temporary work assignments.
Dress for Success is a worldwide not-for-profit organisation with a mission to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire, and the development tools to help women thrive.
We’ve compiled a few pointers that will making tackling the job-hunt in a new city much more manageable, whether you’re moving to another city or a new country altogether, you don’t want to skip out on this advice.
Letters have the power to change your life. Amongst the sea of candidate applications, your cover letter gives the employer an impression of the work you can deliver which is why it’s imperative you don’t cut corners on writing your cover letters—your future depends on it!
We understand that job hunting takes major effort. It takes research, introspection, and not to mention all the applications and cover letters. Here are some common job hunting mistakes people make and how you can avoid them, so your efforts aren’t wasted.
Before you print off your next resume, let’s completely get rid of these buzzwords that making hiring managers cringe. These words are so overused and subjective that they are rendered meaningless. It’s best to avoid these words altogether.
Even with the most meticulous preparation, sometimes questions can catch you off-guard. And there’s nothing worse than feeling your nerve get the best of you when there’s nothing but silence between you and your interviewer.
The Enneagram psychometrics is the newest test everyone's talking about. The system is based on nine different aspects of human consciousness and personality—within those categories are varying levels of self-actualisation.
Mindfulness is a buzzword that has recently caught a lot of attention, perhaps with good reason. In a world where people measure success in terms of how full their schedule is, the thought of slowing down seems alien, but in fact, mindfulness practices have been around since 1500 BCE.
Regina Hartley is a human resources expert. In her Ted Talk, she explains that the best hires might not have the perfect resume. She breaks down the candidates into two general categories: Silver Spoon and Scrappers. Silver Spoons come up with advantages and are destined for success, whereas the Scrappers fight with odds stacked against them to get to the same opportunities.
Internal communication is the circulation of information between people within the organisation. Within a business, an effective internal communication strategy fosters a healthy company culture and unites everyone towards a common goal, improving productivity and staff retention.
You’ve applied for the job—now what? It can be nerve-wracking waiting for that email or phone call from recruiters and hiring managers. Now you’re wondering, what’s the best way to follow-up on your application without coming across as annoying or desperate.
Meet Madeleine Wade. She's a Digital Specialist at QIC in Sydney. Madeleine started with temp work with Majer Recruitment after returning from her travels in Europe.
When the opportunity rang with QIC, she leapt for Sydney and hasn't looked back since. We discuss the day in the life of Digital Specialist and what she's learned along the way in her career path to get her to where she is now.
“In a growth mindset, people believe that their most basic abilities can be developed through dedication and hard work—brains and talent are just the starting point. This view creates a love of learning and resilience that is essential for great accomplishment.” Carol S. Dweck
Sofi Spritz is stocked in all the large bottle shops across Australia, is on-tap at over 100 venues, and is soon to go global! We caught up with Tom to discuss his career change from the finance industry to entrepreneurship.
Lee-Anne Davie is an Executive Assistant to a Vice President level executive in a mining firm in South Brisbane. As an Executive Assistant, Lee-Anne assists with correspondence, diary management, travel, communication, event management, administrative tasks, and generally anything required to support her boss and her legal team.