Tag Archive | "Gender Balance"

Women, work and leadership – will history repeat itself?

Thanks to those of you who commented on my post last week about Facebook shunning women on its board (and this follow up post), and my boycott request.  This comment from Katie I think is worth discussing, because it’s possibly been on your mind too: “I like the idea in isolation, but in the bigger […]

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Davos ponders quotas to increase female participation, while fewer than one in five participants this year were women

I received this article from Carol Schwartz of the Women’s Leadership Institute of Australia… So it turns out only 17% of Davos participants this year were women, despite a new quota system demanding that the largest members send one woman for every four men.  According to Saadia Zahidi, the WEF’s head of constituents who is […]

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Ask more. Be more assertive. Be confident. Advice that every woman receives, that just DOES.NOT.WORK at work

I don’t know if it’s got anything to do with the new year, but there’s been a pile of “helpful advice” articles of late on what women should do to get what they (presumably) need in terms of their pay, position and profile.  Build relationships and get a male mentor.  Learn to sing your own […]

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70,000 mums want to work but can’t access childcare: how is this impacting your business?

News out today says that 70,000 Australian mums are locked out of the workforce solely because they cannot get affordable childcare.  Boy this makes me cranky. And it’s not just because I was up half the night showering and changing Master Almost-3 who’s had a recurring gastro for 3 weeks now.  This issue makes me […]

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20-First releases 3rd annual Global Gender Balance Scorecard focusing on women on Executive Committees and Boards

For the third year running, the 20-first Global Gender Balance Scorecard looks at a single measure of progress: the gender balance of the Executive Committe of the TOP 100 companies in three key regions of the globe to determine who and were the most progress is being made.  The results? Change is happening; and USA […]

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Assistance needed with Not-For-Profit survey – are you on the board or the payroll of a NFP?

Women are well represented within the workforce of nfp, charitable and community sector organisations. The community sector alone comprises around 85% women, which is a key factor in the equal pay case for community workers currently before Fair Work Australia. Yet we know very little about the gendered nature of senior management and their boards. […]

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