FEW is thrilled to announce that BT Advice & Private Wealth have come on as their newest Diamond Corporate Sponsors. We are excited to be working together toward the Positive Progression of Women.
Judith shares her experience from when she started as a manager in the 80’s and includes tips for the manager and the employee.
Make sure to join our discussion on this topic at our upcoming Deep Dive Sessions in Melbourne and Sydney.
Meeting with the new boss can be intimidating, especially when you don’t know what to expect. FEW’s Judith Beck shares with us what is expected of you in your first meeting with your new boss, and tips on how to make a great first impression.
Congratulations to Marisa Broome, one of FEW’s Senior Members, who has been appointed as chair of the Financial Planning Association’s board.
FEW’s Judith Beck is no stranger to presenting in front of an audience, but that is not to say that she has not experienced the common fear that people go through when having to present.
Judith shares with us her own experiences and tips on how to make presentations more enjoyable.
Our own Judith Beck shares with us what she does to keep herself motivated and the three things that help her out of a rut when she is feeling down.
Connie writes for Financy Women’s Index – September quarter released. What I love about the Financy’s Women’s Index is that it makes me feel that women in the workforce are making slow but steady progress. I look at it like a diet. Crash diets rarely work but often the weight loss that is kept off comes from changing eating habits as a part of an overall lifestyle change.
Connie Mckeage one of our Advisory Board Members who won the CEO of the Year award – very well deserved to a great leader in our industry.
In this article Connie Mckeage reflects on her leadership journey, and the one thing advisers should take from her experiences in these trying times.
Elly Johnson, Founder and Managing Director of TruthAbility, shares with us the motivation of telling lies. She puts it simply for us we lie to gain or to avoid pain. She says most of us share the same motives for telling lies. Understanding your own motivations to lie is the first step to doing a ‘truth health check’ on your own life and own choices.
Vanessa Bennett, CEO of Next Evolution Performance shares with us how to build on your culture by setting these ground rules. A simple way to articulate and encourage a high performing culture.