Tag Archive | "Gender Balance"

Women On Boards Pt 3. – Board of Directors Survey shows men and women differ on diversity

When it comes to gender diversity on boards, it seems that not everyone agrees on what the blockages and issues are to increasing female representation.  According to the 2012 Board of Directors Survey, conducted by Women Corporate Directors, Heid…

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Women On Boards: Is there a critical mass beyond which women directors influence company performance?

Welcome to 2013!  In my usual style, I’ve set a theme for the year and it’s a theme that will permeate through everything I do including this blog: 2-0-1-3 it’s all about Simplicity.  For the blog this means, simply, that I’ll attempt to cove…

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Recommended: Lunch event on Transparency, Reporting and Gender Equity, 31st October

Join me at this business luncheon on 31st October 2012 in Sydney which will examine the ASX diversity principle and its impact on the gender diversity of listed companies. It features some of Australia’s most respected business leaders: to be moderated…

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Gender balance and Innovation: What’s wrong with this picture?

Three emails have hit my inbox this week on the topic of innovation: one from the Australian Institute of Management seeking participation in its innovation survey; another from Barbara Annis’ office in New York with news of her forthcoming keynote spe…

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5 things women need to tell men about flexible work

This was the title of my first article published in the launch edition of Women’s Agenda and I think it’s a great starting place for change.  Flexibility: it’s the new f-word. Ask any working mum what matters
most to them in a job, and she’ll prob…

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The gender agenda: some recommended reading from around the traps…

The Australian Stock Exchange commissioned a survey that found more than half of 211 ASX-listed companies have established a gender diversity policy as recommended by ASX Principle 3.

The Australian Institute of Management has publis…

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Opening Australia's first rescued food supermarket, OzHarvest Market at 147 Anzac Parade, Kensington in Sydney. Visit www.ozharvest.org/market for mo...

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