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On IWD2013: Be inspired by the success stories of 15 leading women in business

I love celebrating International Women’s Day. It’s a time to reflect on how far we’ve come since Australia first awarded women the vote back in 1902. Recognition of the progress we’ve made in recent years to get business focused…

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Yahoo CEO’s ban on working from home makes perfect sense

I’m on holidays in Bali at the moment, and decided to log in this morning to submit this piece to Women’s Agenda – not because I miss being at my Mac, but because I’ve believed for a long time that flexibility at work is vital to advancing women at wor…

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Oops… my apologies

Yesterday when I posted asking you to vote in the Agenda Setter awards, I wasn’t aware that voting was closing the very same day.  So I apologise for asking you to do something that clearly you could not.
A big thanks to those of you who continue …

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Please vote and forward to support the push for childcare reform via the Agenda Setter Award

Three years ago on International Women’s Day I launched the Make Care Fair alliance with the goal of getting policy makers to seriously rethink childcare and readjust policies, systems and those all important places across Australia to better serve the…

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Make Care Fair – update on childcare reform petition and meeting with Minister Ellis and her response

This is a long overdue update on the Make Care Petition which many of you will know I launched almost two years ago to get childcare reform on the political agenda.  At the time of the petition launch we ran a survey and 86% of respondents said th…

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PM Julia Gillard announces election date – so what can we expect in the battle for the female vote?

Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced today that the next Federal election in Australia will be held on September 14, sparking what may be be the longest political campaign we’ve ever seen here.  So how do the major parties currently compare…

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