McCarthy Mentoring launches Leadership Forum in Newcastle

McCarthy Mentoring is expanding its leadership development offering into regional NSW with the launch of its Executive Leadership Forum in Newcastle.The Forum brings together executives and business owners from health, finance, mining and employment services to discuss key challenges and opportunities faced as leaders in a confidential small-group environment.

The bi-monthly facilitated learning sessions combine practical experience, case studies and theory to deliver a powerful development program that stretches and challenges each participant. The Forum strengthens capability, confidence and capacity to effectively lead in this changing climate.

Further details on McCarthy Mentoring Leadership Development Programs

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Apply now – NFP Executive Scholarship

Applications are now open for our Not-For-Profit Executive Scholarship. This is an exciting opportunity for an executive looking to achieve their personal and organisational goals and strengthen their capacity to affect change in the Australian community. Applications close 7th April 2017.

Please go to our Scholarship page for further details and to apply.


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Vision, communication & flexibility = best bosses

When choosing the boss most Australian’s want to work for – the top five traits survey respondents cited were speaking to staff regularly, offering and supporting more flexible ways of working, having a good attitude and vision and demonstrating innovation.Alan Joyce, CEO, Qantas was number one on the list.

The findings were published in the AFR, 21 March 2017. Read more:

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Extraordinary women

McCarthy Mentoring is proud to work alongside extraordinary women from all sectors to support them in their successful transition to leadership. From museums, law, mental health, community services, insurance, mining and the arts, the women we work with are delivering outstanding work in remarkable roles.

On International Women’s Day we salute the powerful contribution they are making to the community and thank those already at the top of their fields who work with us to inspire and support them.


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Do they trust you?

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We often think competency is the first quality to get across when meeting someone important in your career – a recruiter, a senior executive, a potential sponsor, a client. Research shows trustworthiness is more important. The first question someone you meet asks themselves is – can they trust you? Following this, they assess your strengths and abilities.

Trust is built through relationships, demonstrating warmth, being authentic and honest. Key qualities that are important for strong mentoring relationships and influencing others in all aspects of your career.

A Harvard psychologist says people judge you based on 2 criteria when they first meet you, Jenna Goudreau, Business Insider. 

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Immediate career support

Our Next Level Coaching program is designed for professionals wanting short-term support and advice on immediate career decisions, workplace challenges and goal setting. Participants are carefully matched with a coach selected from our network of experienced professionals. Find out more here.

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