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Truly confident people must be open to feedback from others
Opinion
Opinion

Truly confident people must be open to feedback from others

Confidence is a balancing act, writes Jim Bright.

  • by Jim Bright

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Learning to adapt to change vital in all lines of work

Learning to adapt to change vital in all lines of work

Many workers are finding themselves with a lifelong career in professions that are being disrupted by technology, writes Melinda Rollinson.

  • by Melinda Rollinson
Time for Benign to Five to end as I become a workplace agony aunt
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Opinion

Time for Benign to Five to end as I become a workplace agony aunt

Write to me because I will now be responding to emails and letters in the form of an advice column.

  • by Jonathan Rivett
Testing times: Industry needs more genetic counsellors

Testing times: Industry needs more genetic counsellors

Genetic counsellors are in heavy demand, writes Sue White.

  • by Sue White
Next generation of educators show what's required to take the reins

Next generation of educators show what's required to take the reins

Young, dedicated teachers become inspiring leaders, writes Kristie Kellahan.

  • by Kristie Kellahan
Massage business on mission to make wellness more accessible to people

Massage business on mission to make wellness more accessible to people

Massage therapist capitalises on digital platforms.

  • by Joshua Jennings
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Changes in language have me in two minds
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Opinion

Changes in language have me in two minds

Is “revert” an example of diversifying office language or yet more corporate nonsense?

  • by Jonathan Rivett
Apartment boom drives growth of strata management industry

Apartment boom drives growth of strata management industry

Strata managers may have to sort out parking disputes, but they also run multimillion-dollar buildings. Sue Green reports.

  • by Sue Green
Networking and creativity key to unlocking careers with DNA

Networking and creativity key to unlocking careers with DNA

Studying science, networking and lateral thinking are seen as crucial to finding work and becoming an expert in the innovative world of nanotechnology.

  • by David Wilson
'I am afraid I cannot trust anyone with try-hard teeth'
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Opinion

'I am afraid I cannot trust anyone with try-hard teeth'

Adulthood is a tricky business, I've decided. I reached it rather early in life.

  • by Jim Bright
Age? Who cares, if you're doing a job well
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Opinion

Age? Who cares, if you're doing a job well

Traditional ideas about careers and who can do what and when are rapidly receding, writes Jim Bright.

  • by Jim Bright