Financial knowledge goes together with empowerment. But a report into financial wellbeing in women reveals that there are marked differences in the ways and attitudes in which men and women approach this life skill — and a gender advice gap still to fill.
As financial consultants for Morrinson Wealth, Vas Babieu and Jo Dean know the importance of creating a strong financial strategy. They let us in on the things they wish more women knew about their finances in order to take control and strengthen their position.
Good relationships are intrinsic to our psychological health — without meaningful or supportive connections at work we can feel isolated, excluded or even imposter syndrome. So, how can you mitigate any loneliness you’re feeling in your work life?
Learning and development are crucial to us fulfilling our career potential, but how many of us are guilty of pushing it to the back of the line when life and work get busy? So how can you pave the way to healthier habits around your L&D?
In this on-demand webinar, Chartered Financial Planner, Kirsten Pettigrew, from independent wealth management firm, Saunderson House shares the advice we can all follow for greater financial wellbeing and confidence.
What do you think of when you think of a traditional mentor? A teacher? Coach? Motivator? Although mentors can take on many of these roles, a good mentor is also a learner. Find out how becoming a mentor can benefit your career.
When it comes to your health and wellbeing, you probably know that slowing down is a good thing — helping you relax and recharge; making you happier and more resilient. But does the ‘less is more’ logic work in your professional life?
A world expert on proteomics, lipidomics and next generation sequencing, Dr Jennie Lill is at the forefront of leading-edge healthcare. She discusses the importance of failure, dealing with Imposter Syndrome and role modelling work/life balance for her team.