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Liz Green

Liz Green is a Perth-based content creator and blogger, and a recent graduate of Curtin University. Her degree in Professional Writing and Publishing complements her twenty-plus years of writing and editing content from flyers to web pages to reports, across a range of business contexts.

While in her final year at uni, Liz completed a work placement in Curtin’s Careers, Employment & Leadership, which led to an ongoing role contributing to the Careers for Tomorrow blog. Her recent experience as a Uni student, combined with her years in the workforce, have given her insight into the challenges facing students as they prepare to enter the workplace.

Through her business, WhizBang Writing Solutions, Liz writes and edits content for solo operators and small businesses. She helps people that have fantastic products or services to offer, but who struggle to write about themselves objectively and professionally. Liz’s goal is to make them sound as good as they are, by finding the words that work for them.

The freelancer life: understanding your choices

November 14, 2017

Does the thought of working for yourself set your mind sparking with ideas? If so, life as a freelancer rather than an employee could be the best solution for you. But, before you book your seat in a... Read More

Getting comfortable with change

October 19, 2017

How comfortable are you with change? Do you find some changes easier to accept than others? With technology advancing at a fast pace, and disruptive innovation occurring across different areas of business,... Read More

Open your mind to understand culture

October 12, 2017

Whether you’ve just started at uni or you’re in the process of finding your first role as a graduate, it’s a good idea to get your head around the importance of understanding different cultural... Read More

Conflict management

October 9, 2017

It can be pretty hard to get through life without experiencing a few disagreements along the way. When you know you have to deal with conflict, whether at uni or work, it’s rarely pleasant, and it’s not... Read More