Tag Archive | "feminine leadership"

Someone who believes in you: the critical role of mentors, role models and friendship in your career

When I was fresh into the corporate world as an accounting graduate I thought I knew everything I needed to know.  Of course.  Until I started working in the business world, and discovered it’s not what you know but who you know.  …

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Gender Discrimination: speak out, suffer in silence or just move on?

Have you faced gender discrimination at work? Know someone who has? Did they speak out? And if so, how did that work for them? A storm has erupted over comments on this very issue by Isobel Redmond, Leader of the Opposition in my home State of South Au…

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“Mother guilt” at work… why I loath this term and why it’s time to do away with it!

It could be just my interpretation, but I loath the term “mother guilt”.  It seems to me that labels like this do nothing to support the self-confidence of mothers – and it’s certainly not a draw card for career-minded women deciding whether and when to embark on parenting. My sentiment was evoked when, speaking at […]

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This is a story of women leading at their best, overcoming the worst, in the hope of creating a better future

On Monday when news of Osama’s death broke I was driving from the farm to the city, tired and stressed, in a world of my own consumed by my own first world issues (a long story, better told over a generous glass of red). My first reaction was one of incredulation that the world’s most […]

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