Even if the race is over, Hillary has set the new heights

If the headlines of almost every major media outlet are accurate, Hillary Clinton’s run towards the Whitehouse may be nearing the end.  Despite her assurances she’s still in the race, the political commentators seem to disagree (see AFR page 14 today – “Dog day for Clinton as challenge fades” by Tony Walker who writes “Unless […]

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Surely there’s more to networking (and business) than chocolate

What is it with this entire industry that’s emerged around networking events for women?  I reckon there’d be a networking event taking place at any given moment across Australia in any of the leading hotels, convention centres or sporting clubs, all selling the opportunity to connect with other business people.  And it seems about 80% […]

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Emotion at work

Ever found yourself in an auction bidding war with someone who simply wanted the purchase more than you?  Up and up the price goes, bid by counter-bid, until your budget’s long gone and you’re exhausted from the paddle-waving that nearly broke your piggybank. This is called “emotional buying”, and professional salespeople are taught to build emotion […]

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Where do all the successful women go?

The 2006 EOWA Australian Census of Women in Leadership highlighted the stark gender imbalance in senior roles in leading Australian companies.  In Australia’s top 200 publicly listed companies, women held only 6 CEO roles and 12% of executive management positions.  Yet we know that women enter most organisations – with the exception perhaps of traditionally skewed industries, […]

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Kick through that glass ceiling

Some boots are made for walking – right into a top professional job, writes Marsha Jacobs in “Kick through that glass Ceiling” in the Australian Financial Review on 2/5/08.  Apparently Australia’s leading business newspaper has finally realised it’s readership includes executive women – who have plenty of money to spend on Jimmy Choo shoes!  I can just […]

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sphinxx blog archives

TheSheEOBlog is now the official blog of sphinxx – the website providing support for working women.  If you’d like to access the sphinxx blog archives, visit www.sphinxx.org/blog Some of the topics will be transferred but most will remain on the old blog server.

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