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Mastering the numbers in your business – financial modelling made easy

It’s absolutely crucial in any leadership role that you understand how to work the numbers and build a business case. If this is not your strong point, we strongly suggest you contact Plum Solutions. Danielle Stein Fairhurst at Plum Solutions is a great supporter of sphinxx leaders and runs a Financial Modelling Support Centre – […]

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Great leadership, great speeches – listen and learn

7 leaders and the lessons you can learn from their finest hours – click on their faces and listen to the speeches. Faces include:        Lincoln speaking at Gettysburg November 19, 1863    Kennedy speaking at Berlin June 26, 1963    Reagan speaking after Challenger January 28, 1986    King speaking at Washington, DC August 28, 1963    Thatcher: […]

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7 leadership lessons from a fabulous role model

Last week members of our group mentoring program Take the Lead were treated to perhaps the most content rich session we’ve had in the 12 months the program has been running: Avril Henry sharing leadership tips from her 30 year career spanning line management to senior executive roles to becoming one of the world’s foremost experts on […]

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The power and the passion of leading

‘Power’ is an interesting concept.  For me it conjures up many connotations, positive and negative.  But mostly negative.  I’m not sure why that is; perhaps it’s the many abuses of power I observed in my 15 years working in finance and consulting. One thing I know from the women’s forums I run is that most […]

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5 tips for getting behind the communities that support you

I was in Adelaide last week presenting to the CPA Women in Business network.  Apart from the diverse backgrounds and interests of the participants, I was most impressed that on a cold winter’s evening (and trust me, it was COOOOLD in Adelaide!) more than 70 women turned out to network and interact with me in […]

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Welcome to The SheEO Blog

‘m the SheEO – which means my job is to support working women on their leadership journey by connecting them with role models and time-saving services; and to help business create work environments that women thrive in. For women, my goal is to see you enjoy the journey AND reap the rewards. I provide anecdotes […]

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