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Free pass on offer to Network Central networking breakfast in Sydney

Thank you to Kim McGuinness from Network Central who has kindly offered a complimentary pass for a lucky sphinxx reader in Sydney to attend the Network Central breakfast this week.  I’ll be heading along and will look forward to seeing one of you there – it’s always a lovely way to start the day, be […]

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An event for finance professionals in Sydney – NSW Women in Finsia to host seminar on managing career and life goals

For those of you working in the blokey world of finance, here’s an event that might take your fancy.  sphinxx will be there and you might like to join us! NSW Women in Finsia are pleased to invite you to a thought-provoking seminar on managing career and life goals, and balancing your personal and professional […]

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Promotion tip: Have a beer with your boss. New finding

Sometimes the tips to get ahead can be nowhere near as formal as we expect. But this one, about socializing more with your boss and male coworkers is straightforward and easy to action. When you’re one of the few women at a job, it can be challenging to connect with them, especially when they’re in […]

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Network Central breakfasts in Melbourne and Sydney – congratulations to sphinxx winners!

Congratulations to Karen Stace, Emily Beverly, Rowena Ferrarotto and Sally Symonds who are the lucky winners of our Network Central businesswomen breakfast passes. You will be hearing from the fabulous Wendy McCarthy this week in Sydney and a panel of experts in Melbourne next week on the theme of “my brilliant career” with advice on […]

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Sydney and Melbourne: Free $77 ticket to “Because I’m a Girl” Business Breakfasts run by Network Central

Simply post your comment here, about your number one tip or story about what you think women bring to business – just because you’re a girl. Best ones received by this Friday win the tickets!  Many of you are familiar with Network Central events – they’ve been around connecting women in business for 10 years […]

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Five days, five Australian women and five from the Arab region, learning together and building international business networks. Innovative, first time event in Melbourne this November

Getting women into leadership roles in businesses and communities is one of my big passions. Another one is travel. And this week I’ve been reflecting on the role of cultural barriers and stereotypes, in the advancement of women. And in one of those funny coincidences, Denni Francisco just sent me an email about an innovative […]

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