11 career lessons from Australia's most inspiring female leaders including Janine Allis, Anna Goldsworthy, Katie Lahey, Kerry Chikarovski and Wendy McCarthy.
We all experience career-defining turning points. Some we can control and plenty we can't. But it's the women who create such moments rather than waiting for them to occur who come out on top.
Through dozens of interviews, Angela Priestley, founding editor of Women's Agenda, shares 11 lessons on how to own, manage and shape career turning points. It's a quick guide to creating the career and success you desire, rather than waiting to get the raise, promotion or job that you want. It's time for women to start creating career opportunities, rather than waiting for them.
About the Author
Angela Priestley is the founding editor of Women’s Agenda, a publication for career-minded women. She has been a journalist and editor for ten years, writing about and editing publications on legal affairs, business, politics and technology. She’s a passionate advocate and supporter of making career opportunities more accessible to men and women, no matter what their life choices.
She’s also a new mum and currently experiencing the realities of flexible work firsthand – learning just how much can be done on an iPhone while pushing a pram.
Angela was born and raised in Sydney and studied journalism at the University of Technology Sydney, followed by International Relations at Macquarie.
Number Of Pages: 208
Published: 1st February 2016
Publisher: Ventura Press
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 20.0 x 13.0 x 1.8
Weight (kg): 0.22