Michelle Sales, one of our keynote speakers at this years’ UNSTOPPABLE Leadership Conference explains how you can boost your confidence at work. “Confidence is the expectation of a positive outcome – regardless of whether this relates to our belief in our ability to speak in front of a large audience, to learn new technology, to lead a team, to handle confrontation, change jobs and careers or to starts a business”. In this article you will find her tips and suggestions on how to increase your confidence.
We are still buzzing from all of the excitement and great feedback from our UNSTOPPABLE Annual Leadership Conference 2019 in the FEW Office and still can’t believe that it was nearly two weeks ago. FEW’s Judith Beck has shared with us a wrap up of the day and the great feedback we have received from attendees.
FEW’s sixth Annual Leadership Conference was recently featured in CEO Magazine where Holly Johnson touches on some of the messages that were communicated by the keynote speakers, panelists and the audience.
Financial Executive Women (FEW) is proud to announce its newest corporate membership with QSuper, one of Australia’s oldest and largest super funds.
Dr Catriona Wallace, Founder and CEO of Flamingo Ai and one of our keynote speakers at our upcoming UNSTOPPABLE Conference was recently interviewed for the Qantas Magazine March Edition where she speaks about leadership, acceptance of failure, communication, strengths and what she has learnt from her past.
More often than not, when our schedules get busy our self-development gets put on the back burner as we tend to feel guilty, or think that it can wait until our schedules free-up. Judith shares why we should always make time for self-development and her top five tips of putting yourself first.
There will always be people that try find the negative aspect to the good that is being done by individuals whether they do this via social media, email or word of mouth. FEW’s Judith Beck shares with us her tips on how to approach these situations and what to do when people are trying to criticise and discount the good that is being accomplished.
Connie Mckeage, Managing Director of OneVue and one of FEW’s Advisory Board Members shares with us what OneVue is doing to support its advisers whilst they undertake completing FASEA’s new educational standards and how we can all work together on FASEA.
Over the recent months we have had members approach us and post on the forum asking about advice on how to deal with the current stress that everyone is feeling in the financial services industry. Here are some tips from Judith Beck, Founder of FEW and Anna Siassios, Head of Marketing and Operations on what you can do to help manage your stress. – Remember FEW is always here to help!
Ilaine Anderson, AMP Director of Workplace Superannuation and one of FEW’s Senior Members discusses the importance of supporting a healthy work life balance when it comes to experiencing financial stress. She shares which groups of Australian’s are at higher risk of experiencing financial stress, what employers can do to help their staff feel less financially stressed and what we, as individuals can do to reduce the impact of financial stress.