After 7 years of developing FEW and growing to a successful stage, it is now time for FEW to take its next step of growth and expand even further with a digital capability and more resources for our members, said Judith Beck. FEW is all about passing the baton of experience to the next levels and this is my way of giving back to an industry that has been good to me, Beck said. Read more
Due to the continued developments by government and public health officials to practice social distancing and avoid large gatherings to reduce the spread of COVID-19 has influenced our decision to postpone our Conference. Read more
Financial Executive Women (FEW) is proud to announce Morningstar Australasia Pty Limited, a subsidiary of Morningstar, Inc. (Nasdaq: MORN), a leading provider of independent investment research, as its newest corporate partner.
Judith Beck Founder and CEO of FEW announces today that FEW will be bringing on, Alex Tullio as Executive Director.
FEW was founded by Judith Beck in 2013 to provide a Career Advocacy Program for successful women within Financial Services. The Career Advocacy Program is designed specifically so FEW members can obtain advice, guidance and support from more experienced members to help them achieve their career goals on a daily basis through various platforms.
Our very own Judith Beck, CEO and Founder of FEW shares 7 of her top tips on how to successfully set yourself up to work from. In this article you will learn about how to set up your environment and that it’s about a change in mind-set.
Financial Executive Women (FEW) announced today postponing the upcoming Annual Leadership Conference to 5 August, 2020 in light of growing concerns over the spread of COVID-19. Read more
At the FPA Professionals Congress 2019, Fraser Jack from the Goals Based Advice Podcast sat down to chat with Judith about how having someone in your corner to help guide your career and provide advocacy can make the world of difference. They touch on FEW Good Men, Judith’s experience in the Financial Services Industry and what motivated her to start FEW and the support she got.
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Financial Executive Women (FEW) is pleased to announce that executives from leading financial services company, AMP, have joined as advocates of the FEW program.
Connie Mckeage, CEO of OneVue and one of FEW’s Advisory Board Members shares with Money Management her view on gender diversity and that it is only a subset of the larger inclusion story and that is what is important to develop the financial services industry, She shares what she has done to create an environment of inclusion and some of her achievements.
The 2019/20 Hays Salary Guide has further illustrated the importance of soft skills for employers. Of the 3,400 organisations in Australia surveyed for the Hays Salary Guide, almost two-thirds – or 62 per cent – of those who intend to add permanent staff to their organisation this financial year want candidates with problem solving skills. Another 58 per cent want strong communication skills and 47 per cent want critical thinking skills. Almost one-third (31 per cent) of employers say soft skills have the highest impact on the effectiveness of their organisation, meaning they could be the differentiator between a successful or failed job search.