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National Work-Life Balance Employer winners 2010 – what we can all learn about running excellent work environments for women, men and customers

Work-life balance is not an issue that is unique to women – but it is one that women tend to be especially vigilant about given that we still shoulder the brunt of household management tasks, as well as child care so there is a whole lot more to fit in around the job!  The 2010 […]

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Elizabeth Broderick’s Blue Print For Achieving Gender Equality – what the report proposes for working women – pay equity, targets, quotas, support for parents and better sex harassment policies!

Elizabeth Broderick, the Sex Discrimination Commissioner has released a report that outlines the inquiries, investments and initiatives to rectify a wide range gendered imbalances Australian face. The issues fall into five priority areas: balancing paid work and family/caring responsibilities, ensuring women’s lifetime economic security, promoting women in leadership, preventing violence against women and sexual harassment […]

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Creativity is the strategic tool of the 21st century – a guest blog by Tania de Jong AM

Australia is a highly successful and prosperous nation. However, we have ridden on our luck, especially in relying on our natural resources to get us through. In the 21st century being lucky isn’t enough.  We have to work on nurturing our talent and inventiveness – in short, our creativity.  For CEOs, creativity is now regarded […]

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Diversity and Inclusion Awards 2010 now open – nominate your workplace for supporting its women. Nominations closing August 23rd

Does your company recognise the diversity benefits of having women in leadership roles, and have the business smarts to develop programs now ahead of the competition to fully capitalise on these and put themselves ahead? Then make sure your work is recognised and apply for a Diversity and Inclusion Award from Diversity@Work. Equal Advancement of […]

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MEDIA RELEASE: Work-life balance not priority for advancement of women – 
new sphinxx survey reveals

MEDIA RELEASE: Work-life balance not priority for advancement of women – 
new sphinxx survey reveals: sphinxx (www.sphinxx.com.au), the network for senior women in business recently polled 264 women in mid to senior positions who attended the sphinxx Ascend events for women in leadership in order to determine the development needs and experiences of women in […]

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Your own personal board of directors – who would you choose and why?

A new Harvard blog this week really struck a chord with me in its career advice to forget mentors and employ a personal board of directors instead.  While acknowledging the exposure and connections that a corporate-sponsored mentoring program can bring, Priscilla Claman argues that ‘hitching your career to some rising manager’ is rapidly becoming outdated […]

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Well. Can I just say 'hats off' to Margaret Court. I don't share her views on same sex marriage but I do think good on her for standing up and standing by her opinion. It's a good reminder that a bit more work is required to ensure all
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The reason truck commercials don’t have more women in them

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One for the CPAs. Would be very, very funny if it weren't so embarrassing!! #leadership #fail #member #mutiny
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