Be your own best champion. Tips from The Salary Coach.

Speaker: Catherine Heilemann - The Salary Coach

Duration: 42.56 minutes

Catherine Heilemann is the Salary Coach. As a human resources specialist, she speaks the language of directors, managers and the human relations department.  She knows what your employer wants to hear when you ask for a pay increase, chase that promotion or want to broaden your career horizons. She knows how to break down your skills and achievements into valuable demonstrations of ability, and inspire you with the confidence to know you are worthy.

View our recorded webinar where Catherine shares her experience and knowledge to help you prepare for those awkward salary negotiations that many of us prefer to avoid. 

Expert’s Angle: How much is your time worth?
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Expert’s Angle: How much is your time worth?

Catherine Heilemann The Salary Coach

The Salary Coach, Catherine Heilemann, says “Women, we have a problem. We shy away from valuing ourselves.” That’s why we have partnered with Ruby Connection to share Catherine’s expertise with you in our free webinar “How much is your time worth?” Whether you’re starting a business, contemplating a side-hustle, or looking at a job or career change being confident that you’re being fairly paid for your time will help with that decision.

Avoiding the 'Silly Season' financial hangover.
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Avoiding the 'Silly Season' financial hangover.

Ruby Connection Westpac's Womens Markets

With a large chunk of 2018 behind us and summer holidays fast approaching, it’s a great time to be talking about how to avoid a financial hangover into 2019. Join Ruby and the Davidson Institute for some hints and tips to help enjoy the ‘Silly Season’ without breaking the bank.

Does your organisation's innovation stack up?
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Does your organisation's innovation stack up?

Kirsten Armstrong Director of Knowledge & Innovation The Fred Hollows Foundation

A look at the 2018 GiveEasy Innovation Index with Fred Hollows Foundation. The 2018 GiveEasy Not For Profit (NFP) Innovation Index has shown a steady and increased focus on innovation in the NFP Sector. Westpac has been a proud supporter of the Index for the past three years. On the back of this year’s results, released earlier this month, we have been able to secure Kirsten Armstrong, Director of Knowledge & Innovation Fred Hollows Foundation, to share with us their insights on innovation within the Foundation and across the sector. This webinar was be led by David Mireylees, Senior Relationship Manager Westpac Social Sector Banking and we were also joined by Jeremey Tobias, CEO Give Easy.