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Liquid Learning, Women in ICT and Digital Leadership Summit 2019

Inspired. Motivated. Focused. Three words summarising how I felt walking out after two days at the Liquid Learning, Women in ICT and Digital Leadership Summit 2019. I’m Emma Judd, Group Marketing Manager at Place Design Group and I was the lucky winner of the Women in Digital LinkedIn competition, to attend this Summit from July

The Art of Storytelling

By Phyllida Yeo With more and more content filling up our walls, inboxes and increasingly busy lives, storytellers have to pick up their game. Now, captivating, authentic and emotionally charged stories are king — anything less simply won’t cut it. For seasoned pro, Cas McCullough, great storytelling is a passion. Starting as a graphic designer

Witness the creative fitness! Dominique Falla shows us how

Unlike riding a bike most activities, when stopped for a while, will result in the diminishment of skill. If a ballerina stops dancing for a year, she’ll find it a little harder to pirouette the next time she attempts it, just as a gym junkie may find it difficult to run as fast after busting

Diversity in the workplace: Reflecting the world we live in

Objectively it would make sense for a company to be widely diverse in areas such as gender, race, sexual proclivity and religion. In a world where customers form a multitude of various identities, would it not be economical of a company to mirror its environment? First and foremost the pool in which a company can

From Champagne & Celebrities to Start Up Success, WID Mentor Nina is loving her career in Tech

20 years ago my pre-tech working life consisted of frequenting the most glamorous locations imaginable in the name of research, wining and dining heads of international corporations and celebrities in the name of networking, attending and organising one corporate hospitality event after the next for the F1, Concerts, Rugby and The Olympics (among others). So

Going backwards is the new way forward for Executives

  Anja Neupert from LinkedIn cannot speak highly enough of her reverse mentoring experience with fellow LinkedIn superior, and now CMO Shannon Brayton. Despite Shannon’s twenty years of experience in corporate communications the two women shared both the mentor and mentee roles to create a mutually beneficial learning relationship. Anja, Head of Web Marketing Operations

Media Release: Women In Digital flying to new heights

  The Queensland Young Achievers Awards will recognize Holly Tattersall’s online achievements in founding and developing Women In Digital this Friday 20th May. The annual Gala Dinner will be a night of celebration, dining and entertainment to acknowledge Queensland’s most passionate under 29 year olds. Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Women In Digital, Holly Tattersall said she is honoured to be nominated in this years IFly Online Achievement Award. “Women In Digital

By |2017-01-26T12:37:39+10:00May 19th, 2016|Categories: WID Media Release|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Considering a career change? Read this first

Petra Zink, Director of Women in Digital Australia shares her personal journey as she changed careers from Digital Marketing to Digital Recruitment, a move she considers life changing!  Compared to others in the Industry, I have been in recruiting for 5 minutes but since then, there has been much talk about the (lack of) future of recruiters. My

By |2017-01-26T12:27:49+10:00January 5th, 2016|Categories: Blog Posts|Tags: , , |1 Comment

Wide eyed and bushy tailed? you must be a grad

Ten years into the workforce, I look upon that final year of university as one of the most exciting times in ones life. The world literally is your oyster (unless you have failed your final year exams. In which case it wasn't your fault, life is basically playing a sick joke on you). With perspective, the success recipe

Sexy Digital Careers: fallacy or fact?

Women in the workforce. Either I have an ear for this topic or it really was a trending theme in conversation. Regardless I am glad that this topic made the agenda  at last weekends' G20 summit. This theme permeated conversation among leaders, Global Cafe speakers and the general public; even my tweet questioning the occurrence of misogyny and hostility towards women in the