Topic: Career
Kay McGrath Find balance to make the most of your Act 3

Distinguished television news presenter Kay McGrath tells a special Mother’s Day She’s on Q event that balance is the key to combining work and family, as she continues to champion how women are represented on television.

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Returning after parental leave Returning after parental leave

The number of women returning to work after having a baby is increasing.

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managing money Managing money as a consultant

Australia’s workforce is changing with more and more people working for themselves.

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Man drinking coffee Working smart

Juggling a work/life balance means working strategically, concentrating your effort on those jobs that are important to your own career and your family.

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Networking The power of networking

Natural and authentic networking is an important career activity. Author Helen Hawkes explains effective ways to connect.

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Art of negotiation The art of negotiation

Knowing how to negotiate is an important career activity. Author Helen Hawkes explains why and how.

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Take charge this International Women’s Day Final push has state closer to gender parity

Gender balance delivers better outcomes for all Queenslanders, Executive Director Strategy and Partnerships, Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women in Queensland, Barbara Shaw, tells QSuper.

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Kitty Chiller Olympic chief reveals how teamwork is key to corporate success

Australia’s first female Olympic Chef de Mission Kitty Chiller tells QSuper what it takes to be part of a high-performance team.

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Mother and daughter sitting at the kitchen table. Build your confidence to return to work

Donna Thistlethwaite shares with QSuper’s She’s on Q her story of crippling self-doubt at work and steps to support workplace confidence.

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young woman sitting at table in negotiations with her boss for a payrise The fine art of negotiating a pay rise

Asking for an increase in your pay takes preparation and a delicate touch. Rory Gibson has some top tips

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