Leadership lessons with Christine Nixon – 2 half-day events in Melbourne on 16/17 November

When I’m in Melbourne this month I’ll be taking the opportunity to invest in my own leadership development via Our Community and the forthcoming leadership development programs with Christine Nixon.  This program looked like something I couldn’t miss the chance to attend – having recently seen Christine speak at a Network Central breakfast and been […]

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The Superwoman Myth – and why it applies just as much to men as to women

“It seems that “having it all” – or, if you prefer, “doing it all” – is no longer a question of “can she?” or “can’t she?”. It is a fact of life”, says Rachel Hills in her weekend article in Sunday Life on The Superwoman Myth.  Hot on the heels of Sarah-Jessica Parker’s new movie […]

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Bringing men on the journey towards gender balance – 4 signs of hope!

How do we bring men on the journey towards gender balance? I’ve long been pondering this question… and I’ve long observed that the only progress more glacial than the advancement of women into leadership roles is the journey of men towards enlightenment.  However I’ve observed four things over the past fortnight that give me some […]

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5 free passes to Network Central breakfast at Park Hyatt Melbourne – respond by Sunday!

Kim at Network Central has kindly extended 5 guest passes to the Network Central breakfast in Melbourne this Tuesday, 25th October which I’m giving away here!  The event kicks off at 7am at the Park Hyatt – with ample networking, a beautiful hot breakfast and guest speaker Leharna Black presenting on The Humanity of Business […]

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Want to be mentored by The SheEO? New booking times available in Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne and by phone/skype

Do you need a mentor? Are you seeking clarity and impact in your career?  Looking for someone to challenge your business thinking, while still being heard?  Or perhaps you are after a sounding board for advice? You can now book in for mentoring sessions with me in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and by phone or skype […]

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QLD Rural Women launch new online newsletter – with trip to Yandina Station to win

Congratulations to Georgie and the team at the Queensland Rural Women’s Network who launched a new online newsletter this week.  If you’re a rural woman – or just looking for some inspiration from women who really know how to trail blaze – you can might like to check it out. The first edition features the […]

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