Tag Archive | "Good Guys"

We welcome 3M staff to the sphinxx news alerts – a best practice employer of women

Welcome to the 3M Australia team members who participated in my workshop at the 3M Innovation Centre where I asked to address the topic of “What women do to sabotage their career success”.  People often ask me if I find it hard going to convince business about the benefits of taking women all the way […]

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Westpac continues their campaign for the best female talent by introducing a “game changing” parental leave superannuation scheme – can your company compete?

“By proactively paying these additional superannuation contributions, we will help make a difference to our employees’ retirement savings and continue to retain the very best talent in this organisation. Ensuring all Australian women and men are financially prepared for retirement is one of the most important challenges facing our community.” – Gail Kelly, CEO of […]

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Is there a supportive man behind every successful woman?

I’ve had a number of conversations recently regarding the role men can play in advancing women.  I’ve written before about engaging the good guys at work, because while ever men dominate leadership roles in our companies and workplaces, we won’t achieve realistic change without them.  But what about the role of men at home – […]

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Nominate your “dream employer” for a $30 Red Balloon voucher and get your outstanding employer noticed

There are a lot of stories about nightmare bosses. And the occasional twee one about an outstanding boss. But if you’ve actually got a dream employer you should nominate them for a Dream Employers Award. You’ll get a $30 Red Balloon Voucher for your time, which you can spend on a range of great experiences. […]

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Calling on all the good guys out there – we need your help!

Last week I attended the Women in Banking & Finance luncheon in Sydney as a guest of Pottinger where The Hon Joe Hockey, Shadow Treasurer, spoke about climbing mountains – personal, professional and physical (last year Hockey climbed Mt Kilimanjaro raising $1.5m in the process for the Humpty Dumpty Foundation) Hockey’s wife, Melissa Babbage – who […]

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Reverse mentoring, sharing and bringing the blokes along on the journey

Last week I met with a long-time mentor of mine who’s definitely a Good Guy.  Tony and I met on a consulting project, he was on the client side and I was external but still he became a mentor.  I went on to take a number of roles in that organisation and over the years […]

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