Skills Focussed


Yesterday we looked at self assessments with a focus on personality or strength profiles, today we will have a look at those that have a focus on skills. But before we do, I would like to take a moment to discuss online assessments as part of a recruitment process. Depending on the type of position … Continue reading Skills Focussed

Career Assessment Tools


When you are considering a change in career or looking to identify skills and attributes you can highlight in your resume online assessments can be useful tools. Generally career assessment tools fall into 3 categories Personality profiles which can identify personal strengths and areas for development, the most familiar versions of this are, Myers-Briggs, Holland … Continue reading Career Assessment Tools

My routine for lockdown


They say that isolation has 3 stages. Excitement for being able to work from home in your PJ’s all day to setting into a routine and than realising that you crave human interaction again. I believe most of us can experience all 3 of these in a matter of minutes.  Isolation started for us on … Continue reading My routine for lockdown

Update from the DFA Convenor


We’re wearing unicorn masks to team video conference meetings, listening to Brenè Brown podcasts and swapping stories about Anzac Day, kids and schooling. That’s how things are in DFA at the moment. We’re also still here advocating for Defence Families. In this podcast Brenè talks about having what she calls a ‘family gap plan’. She … Continue reading Update from the DFA Convenor

Anzac at Home 2020


Some words from our DFA Northern Queensland delegate, Chandell. So far with COVID-19 my family’s life has remained relatively unchanged but that’s about to change with Anzac Day. As a Defence child and now a Defence family, Anzac Day has a very special meaning to my family, as I am sure it does for so … Continue reading Anzac at Home 2020