Australian Financial Review put the spotlight on the surge of candidates seeking work as a result of the impact of COVID-19, along with the job growth industries providing new opportunities for redeployment. Great to feature in the article as Adecco Australia continue to scale in many areas nationally, providing work for thousands of Australians every day. Agility and flexibility is key as employers rapidly change their working environment and adopt different ways of working to best navigate the current landscape. All of our recruitment consultants are operating from home, using technology screening methods to review applications, interview, and place into work. If you are looking for work, please visit our website www.adecco.com.au.
It is an incredibly difficult time for many Australian's right now who have found themselves out of work as a result of economic volatility from COVID-19. Now is the time for recruiters to help with redeployment into the growth industries experiencing a surge from such rapid change. Grateful to be invited onto the Weekend Today Show this morning to talk to Channel 9 presenters Lara Vella and Tom Steinfort about the job opportunities we are seeing in demand right now at Adecco Australia.
International Women’s Day is all about equality, but this is an everyday discussion. Thank you Adecco for leading the conversation and featuring me in your global 10 leaders series supporting #eachforequal
In celebration of International Women’s Day and in the spirit of “each for equal”, we asked 10 leaders to share their advice for the leaders of tomorrow. Here is what they said!
Hitting the mic at Story Room Manly in the Hotel Steyn, with a full house cheering on. Find out more about Story Room at https://www.ageingfearlessly.com/story-room/
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Kelly Van Nelson - Managing Director of Adecco Australia
What's one thing you'd tell your younger self about your getting ahead in your career?Don’t succumb to ‘Imposter Syndrome’. My constant mantra is, ‘Only you can spread your wings and fly’. I developed a steely inner strength from the knowledge that my destiny is in my own hands. I try not to let anyone clip my wings, including myself, so I face my fears head on and try to help others do the same. Willpower is the super power most needed in your kit bag to get ahead in your career and if you dig deep enough, it’s right there in abundance.
What's something you're most proud of in your career as a woman?Merging my worlds as a writer, businesswoman, and author to become one whole, authentic person. This sounds easy and somewhat ‘blue sky’ but it has taken me a lot of soul searching, coaching, and breaking down of compartmentalising walls I had built myself to accept that I’m good enough as I am and don’t have to be superwoman all the time.
What is one thing you will ask women to do this International Women's Day.There is no box to think outside of and no ceiling, the only restrictions holding you back are the ones you’ve put there. Break yourself out of your comfort zone just once this week. Do something that stretches or scares you and see what happens. It’s the only way to learn, grow, and experience new dimensions in life. And support another woman you know who is out there pushing boundaries, doing the same. There is easily enough room for more female trailblazers in the world.
Delighted to be a NSW State finalist in the 2020 Telstra Business Women's Awards. Thank you to everyone who nominated me or supported my application. Wonderfully thorough judging process which really made me step back and assess the career journey to date. Fantastic to be in the finals with several trailblazing women in Australia, each making a difference in the business community. Looking forward to the awards night in April.