The latest from the Verity team on leadership, career planning, and growing within your role and beyond.

Leaders: what side of history will you be on as the narrative around sexual assault and harassment intensifies?

“We are on the precipice of a revolution whose call to action needs to be heard loud and clear. That’s right, you got it. Let’s keep making noise Australia” – Grace Tame, March 3, 2021 And leaders -  you can decide which side of history you want to be on.

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CEO Champion of Change 2019 Keynote Synopsis

As a leader you must create opportunity for change and lead and encourage this throughout the entire organisation. Challenge leaders and employees to accept significant change.

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My Most Challenging Day At Work

One of the most important lessons I learnt from this experience is that we all have choices. The business made theirs, but I could also make mine. You need to choose, and then you need to commit to it.

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But Why?

In short, I believe whole-heartedly that my work and life trajectory has led me to the fortunate position I am now in where I feel I have a lot to offer our future leaders, industry pioneers and workplaces across the country on a greater level.

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What Does it Take to be A Mentee?

To achieve the fullest benefit the mentee needs to have a desire to listen, learn, change and be able to accept feedback. A mentor is providing time and the learnings from their experience to assist and develop the mentee. The mentee needs to own their own development.

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How to Get Unstuck in Your Career

A lot of people ask about the journey from feeling stuck, frustrated and unfulfilled in a corporate career to running their own business. Here are the 10 steps that you can take to get unstuck and move forward on the next phase.

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Becoming Comfortable With Risk

Most people start to go wrong with risk from the very beginning. When asked what they’re afraid of, they will respond with an activity, situation or thing.

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