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Introducing UN Women: The new UN entity for Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment

On July 2nd, 2010, the United Nations General Assembly voted unanimously to create a new entity for accelerating (or in some cases initiating) the progress of women and girls worldwide. This entity is not so much a new creation, as a consolidation and uniting of four entities within the UN: Divison for the Advancement of […]

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LinkedIn and the Next Director – free online support and advice for directors and aspiring directors

As you know I’m a fan and long time user of LinkedIn and recently I received an invitation to join the Next Director group on LinkedIn. Through my 1200+ LinkedIn contacts not a day goes by that I don’t receive invitations to connect to individuals and groups of various sorts (if you haven’t already connected […]

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What pushes your buttons?

Last week my favorite newspaper column featured a story of how one bank is tackling its gender imbalance at the top.  A head of diversity and inclusion has been appointed and a forum for 300 of the bank’s executive women was convened to signal a commitment to change the bank’s gender profile.  Sounds like good […]

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7 success strategies for advancing and retaining women

Last week I chaired a conference in Melbourne on advancing and retaining women in firm.  Amongst the line up of speakers were members of the accounting, legal, engineering, automotive and banking sector, all of whom spoke about the programs and initiatives they are running to assist in promoting diversity and developing their female talent. The […]

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Little Wins for Working Women

Have you ever felt like you’re juggling so many things you can’t possibly be doing a good job of any of them? In the women’s forums I run for organisations and community groups, this theme emerges every time. Women talk about the challenges they face being the significant minority in their leadership team; of personal […]

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