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Some 70% of the workforce at Flight Centre Travel group is female. That’s some serious girl power. The career path, support network and goals of every person is unique, so to celebrate International Women’s Day, we’ve asked a bunch of women from around the company to share a bit about their career journey so far, why they work where they do, and what advice they’ve found most powerful, be it for work, or life.
Originally posted by Chris Chan a.k.a Krispy, part of our Flight Centre Travel Group Alumni, on LinkedIn.
A first of its kind for the business, the program, ‘Lift. Lean into Female Talent’, aims to boost confidence amongst participants by focusing on communication, building community, and leveraging the strength of support networks.
Buckle up. From starting as a consultant to taking a career break to returning and becoming a nation leader for Flight Centre, Meighan Nash’s journey is filled with perseverance, hard work, strong leadership and a tenacity unlike anyone else.
Strong leadership is one of our key objectives at Flight Centre Travel Group. As an organisation, we recognise the importance of offering genuine opportunities for people to grow and evolve – and that starts at the top.
As a leader, I always try to take note of everyone’s superpowers. We all come from different career backgrounds and it’s important that everyone can use their skills to contribute. It’s quite a balancing act working together towards a common goal with so many different personality types. What makes it easier is that we all share a common vision towards growth.
Ashleigh Conwell is a seasoned leader at Flight Centre, with over 10 years’ experience in marketing strategy and implementation. Here, Ashleigh shares her insights on overcoming obstacles for female leaders and driving gender equality in the workplace.
When you’re in it for the long haul, how do you keep motivated? A big part of keeping teams successful is keeping their energy and morale up – no easy feat. Bob Baddams, Team Leader at Flight Centre, shares what he’s learnt about creating and maintaining motivation.
As a Senior Team Leader at Flight Centre, Jay Dean lives and breathes excellent customer service. Here, Jay shares his advice on creating a workplace culture that makes customer service a number one priority.
After working in the industry for ten years as a designer spanning print, web and digital mediums, Talia Yat was ready to take on her next big challenge - User Experience (UX) Designer at Flight Centre. Here, Talia shares her insights on transitioning from graphic design into a UX role.