Supporting women in developing nations benefits your business too: McKinsey Findings

A while ago I blogged about some McKinsey findings that found girls in developing nations were a better investment then boys. But I was just sent an article by McKinsey that claims that companies who have social investments that focus on women in developing countries also earn themselves “sizeable economic benefits”.83% of executives in a […]

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Introducing our Life Balance series

It’s a constant concern for many working women, but recently I’ve been having more conversations, and running a couple of polls that have put the work-life balance struggle a priority issue. So for the next few weeks I will be writing a series of blogs about work life balance that will include tips, research findings […]

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BPW Sydney Event on Transforming Society through Social Business – who else is going?

The Business and Professional Women’s Network is running a dinner on the 15th of June, with the intriguing topic “Transforming society through social business”. I’m going to this one, and I’m looking forward to exploring the topic with other business women. Given the rise in conversations around creating social value, fostering social creativity and harnessing community connectivity, […]

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Is Australia suffering from the “Stupid Curve”? New research and new name for how we’re utilising our national talent

Apparently so! “The stupid curve” phenomenon (named by former Deloitte USA Chairman Mike Cook) that describes the curve you see in graphs that source 90% of their leaders from only 50% of their workforce. And Australia ranks behind peer countries in regards to number of women in senior executive roles…   Diversity and Flexibility E-newsletter […]

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New National Survey Combatting “Glaring research omission” From the Diversity Council of Australia, do it, forward it, make a difference

The Diversity Council of Australia has identified what they see as a “glaring omission” in employment-related research and statistics which their new survey hopes to fill. This diversity-stalling gap is a “need for better access to systematic and reliable information on employment and diversity related workplace trends”. The ADC claims that since the demise of […]

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MEDIA RELEASE: sphinxx, the network for senior and aspiring female business leaders celebrates Australia’s first female Prime Minister as a win for all women

“Today we celebrate a moment in time that will never come again: the appointment of Australia’s first female Prime Minister, to be sworn in by our first female Governor General”, said Jen Dalitz, founder and SheEO of sphinxx and campaigner for advancing women as leaders. “Women all over Australia are celebrating today; it’s an outcome […]

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