Tag Archive | "Gender Balance"

What if YOUR daughter wants to be a soldier?

Perhaps the only good thing to come out of yet another Defence scandal this week is the blistering speech by Lieutenant General David Morrison who delivered a clear and candid message to his troops: “those that think that it is ok to behave in a …

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New guidelines a valuable resource for gender balance reporting

Here’s a big tip for those of you charged with measuring and monitoring gender balance in your organization: the new Guidelines for Gender Balance Performance and Reporting Australia developed by Women On Boards will save you loads of time and mo…

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Women and Leadership: Do women value MBAs as much as men?

An article this week in AFR titled “Women Lagging in MBAs” caught my interest and has had me pondering ever since whether or not it’s a problem that only 35 per cent of students in Australian MBAs. A decade or so ago when I was comple…

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Parenting & Work: Tell the politicians what really counts when it comes to childcare, paid parental leave, early learning and more

Parenting and work – and how to combine the two – are critical issues for our communities.  Since launching the Make Care Fair petition three years ago, a lot has changed in the world of childcare, paid parental leave and the needs of …

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Invest in your future at the 4th Women on Boards Conference

I’ll be at the 4th Women on Boards Conference on 8-10 May 2013 and wonder if you’d like to join me?  For more information about the conference, click here, but in a nutshell, the conference will provide women with an unparalleled opportunity to le…

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On IWD2013: Be inspired by the success stories of 15 leading women in business

I love celebrating International Women’s Day. It’s a time to reflect on how far we’ve come since Australia first awarded women the vote back in 1902. Recognition of the progress we’ve made in recent years to get business focused…

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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
Australians understand equality and so are willing to embrace it.
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"I have nothing against homosexual people, they can lead their life, but don't touch marriage." Margaret Court addresses her comments regarding marria...

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The reason truck commercials don’t have more women in them

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