Have you booked yet to get up close and personal with George Clooney… oh, and Martha Stweart, Muhammad Yunus and more

If you haven’t already booked yet to see George Clooney and all his mates in Sydney on 12th December, time and spaces are running out! New pricing and seats have just been released so you can now book via The Growth Faculty: Premium Seating: $1100 Premium Seating – Sphinxx Member Rate – $880  (Use promo […]

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Please join me for lunch or dinner, or just a coffee, in Melbourne this month!

Well it’s been a while… but I’m finally back in Melbourne over the next couple of weeks speaking first on The Female Leadership Journey at CPA Australia networking luncheon next week, and the week after as well at the Executive Assistants Network conference.  I’d love to connect face to face with as many of my […]

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What Qantas is about to learn about women, our loyalty and the way we buy

We need to talk about Qantas.  Or at least, everywhere I go, the women I meet are talking about their reaction to the Qantas dispute and what they’re going to do about it.  I flew to Adelaide last week for a speaking engagement with CPA Australia (hello to all the lovely ladies from SA who […]

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More than 25 percent of Australian employees believe their employer would choose a man over an equally qualified woman

HR firm Randstad recently conducted a survey of approximately 400 Australian workers and found that only 40% of the male respondents say their employers, when looking for new managers, take into account the current number of men and women in higher management positions, compared to 25% of female respondents.  Randstad chief executive Fred van der […]

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Women Make Excellent Entrepreneurs in the Digital Age – and this is why!

This article by Nellie Akalp tells us what we already know about women entrepreurs: they are thriving in the new economy and this is why: The growth in women-owned businesses can partly be attributed to sheer necessity: increasingly, families must rely on a dual-income household and many women find escape constraints of paid employment by […]

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Are you businessowner? Could you share your experience to help other women in business?

The Australian Women Chamber of Commerce is conducting the first Women in Research national research project is calling for women in business to stand up and be counted!  You can poll anonymously or you have the option to win prizes to the total value of more than $8,000 by entering your details. It takes just […]

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