Tag Archive | "Mentoring"

Congratulations to Vicki Allen on her selection in the AICD mentoring program

Some of you will know Vicki Allen from the Take the Lead mentoring session she led for us in her previous role as Chief Operating Officer at The Trust Company.  Vicki has been a wonderful mentor to me and so many other women, and so I’m sure you’ll join me in congratulating Vicki on her acceptance into […]

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My and My Mentor – 5 tips for getting the most from your mentor in 2011

This month the very first edition of Smarter Business Ideas – Australia’s newest & biggest business magazine by circulation – landed on the desks of 525,000 business owners.  And it features a new section by Josephine Quilty called Me & My Mentor – which in my case really is about me and my mentee!  It’s an article about how I’ve […]

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Me & My Mentor – how to get the most from a business coach or mentor

This week the very first edition of Smarter Business Ideas – Australia’s newest & biggest business magazine by circulation – landed on my desk.  And it features a new section by Josephine Quilty called Me & My Mentor – which in my case really is about me and my mentee!  It’s an article about how I’ve worked with Lara Solomon […]

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Mastermind Mentoring Groups for Senior Leaders, People Leaders and Small Business Operators – now taking bookings for February events

If you’re a businesswoman, and have an idea, obstacle, issue or challenge at work you want to discuss with women who really “get” what you’re going through, then our Mastermind Mentoring Groups are perfect for you.  As you will benefit from the experiences of 9 other women including the sphinxx SheEO Jen Dalitz, the Mastermind Mentoring Groups […]

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Why we need to become more proactive about gender diversity, and avoid 70s style conscience-raising when tackling female advancement blockers – as observed by female architect – plus what it is the role of women only networking events

What happens when you gather together 200 female architects to discuss the advancement of women in this archetypal “old man’s profession”? They “trade horror stories” and sympathise with one another, as described by event organiser Sandra Kaji-O’Grady, a professor at Sydney University. Sure, this is one of the wonderful elements of all women’s events – […]

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How Passion gives Corporate Business Women the Power to succeed – guest post from Ingrid Messner, our newest member of the sphinxx recommendations directory

When Rhonda Brighton of eyewear and eye care company, Luxottica, accepted the 2009 Telstra NSW Business Woman of the Year award last year, she made it clear: “It’s an incredible privilege to be recognised for doing something I feel passionate about every day. My advice to other women – be yourself, be proud and follow your […]

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