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BREAKING NEWS: Fulbright Professional Scholarship in Non-Profit Leadership on offer… could this be you?

This is exciting news: The Origin Foundation is sponsoring a Fulbright Professional Scholarship in Non-Profit Leadership, and applications are now open!! This scholarship is designed to boost the long-term leadership and management capacity of the Aust…

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Resilience: how are you feeling right now? Need a boost? Tips and tricks to keep you on track

It’s been a horrible week.  The worst.  And I’m the kind of person who really doesn’t sweat the small stuff.  One of the first string of words my son uttered as a baby was “not to worry” (amazing what you le…

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Win a $3,000 scholarship to participate in WLA’s emerging leaders program

Work in Professional Services? Want to sharpen your leadership skills? Have the XX chromosome? Then you might be interested in the scholarships of up to $3,000 available to women professionals for the WLA Emerging Leaders Program.  At a time when …

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Who wants to be the Prime Minister? And who’d want to be the second female PM?

A lot can happen in a week! Although it seems like much more than a week has passed since Kevin Rudd arrived back in Australia after his abrupt resignation as Foreign Affairs Minister to announce his intention to run again for the top job.  Apart from all the rain and flood warnings (I’m ready to […]

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Women make better leaders in turbulent times: true or false?

New evidence suggests that women may be better than their male counterparts in improving employee morale, motivation and performance – crucial factors that can enhance chances of organizations survival in turbulent times – according to Shabeer Ahmad on ChiefExecutive.net Ahmad says that during turbulent times, “a management style that is more characteristic of women leaders […]

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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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