Lyndsie Clark


Lyndsie Clark has worked in niche B2B print and online publishing and events, for the past 10 years, predominantly at Melbourne-based company Great Southern Press. Her last role at the company as General Manager saw Lyndsie manage a tight-knit team of journalists, sales, design and events staff, across the company’s local and international offices. Lyndsie has much experience producing publications and providing marketing solutions for business associations, and the companies and organisations that they represent. Lyndsie is married with two sons, aged 11 months, and 3 years, who both attend childcare. Lyndsie’s key role at The Sector is to compile and manage editorial.

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Articles by Lyndsie Clark

SA preschool directors to receive wellbeing support

A wellbeing program to support South Australian preschool directors in managing the significant emotional demands of their roles, has begun this week thanks to the South Australian Department of Education.

a day ago

by Lyndsie Clark

Constant changes to work schedules affect staff health and wellbeing: new report

The unpredictability of shift and casual work has a negative affect on employees’ health and well-being, a new study from the University of California-Berkeley and University of California-San Francisco has found.

2 days ago

by Lyndsie Clark

ECLD19: placing children at the core of our future

International experts will address Western Australia’s largest gathering of education and development professionals at the 2019 Early Childhood Learning and Development (ECLD19) Conference, to be held 29 and 30 March at Crown Perth.

3 days ago

by Lyndsie Clark

Weight gain in early childhood affects teenage heart health, Australian study finds

Excessive weight gain in children under two years can lead to cardiovascular and metabolic risk factors in teenage years, including increased cholesterol, being overweight, and having fat around the middle, new research from the University of Sydney has found.

3 days ago

by Lyndsie Clark

UK families seek flexible working arrangements to manage the juggle; what about Australia?

Working parents in the UK are penalised for working part-time and suffer from poorly-designed jobs that force them to work extra hours, according to a new study published by Working Families and Bright Horizons. Is Australia’s workforce suffering in the same way?

9 days ago

by Lyndsie Clark