Tag Archive | "Diversity"

Finsia’s “Addressing the Gender Divide leadership” Sydney luncheon – special offer for Sphinxx blog readers

Finsia (Financial Services Institute of Australasia) is running a business networking lunch in Sydney on Wednesday the 28th of July (12-2pm). Gender diversity is an issue especially pronounced in the financial services sector, and I’m really excited that Finsia is paying serious attention to how we overcome these issues. They have a great line up of speakers ready to discuss the issues […]

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Does having more women on an exec create better results? A readers thoughts

Recently, I received an email from one of many women who attended a May Ascend development day, called Alison. In her thank you email was an interesting observation about her Tasmanian owned and operated private health cover. Alison had noticed that the MD of her health cover fund was a woman, Colleen McGann. And that […]

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Entrepreneurs: Hot 30 Under 30 – why only 7 women? See the list here

A big congratulations to Natalie Aroyan, Sarah Sammon, Belinda Cordina, Amy Lowe and Chrissy Hammond, Christine Matta, Holly Owen and Zoe Warne for recently making the Hot 30 Under 30 entrepreneurs list. While these women have definitely earned their places on that list, I wonder why there are so few women on this list, when women […]

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Token Women and Diversity Auditing

Has diversity auditing or departments ever made you feel like a token woman? Or a happy almost-accidental addition to their female executive total? The Diversity and Flexibility Newsletter reported on a new approach to diversity auditing where people are allowed to self-categorise the groups into which they believe they fit which has been found to […]

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The threat of stereotypes in organisations – new US findings

Have you ever felt that being a woman has impacted your evaluations? That feeling of being evaluated or treated as a woman or female employee rather then just an employee is linked to stereotype threat and a new US study reported by the Diversity and Flexibility newsletter has found that stereotyping can cause workers disengagement, self handicapping, […]

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How would you invest in pro-gender diversity businesses?

I just posted a question on LinkedIn, and wanted to invite blog readers to answer it too: You have been given $100,000 to invest in one of 3 companies, and you want to invest in a business with an approach to gender diversity you approve of: The first is going to implement a strict women […]

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