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Baby concierge service for busy working mums

        Baby Concierge is a complete planning and consultation service for new and expectant parents.  Regardless of what stage you are at; newly pregnant, about to give birth, just arrived home from hospital or considering going back to work, Baby Concierge will take the stress out of all your pregnancy and baby […]

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Social stigmas and stereotypes

A couple of months ago I was participating in an interview with an academic from the Macquarie Graduate School of Management on the experiences of executive women.  Kelvin, the interviewer, asked me whether as a woman leader, I’d experienced any social pressures or stereotypes that had impacted my decisions on parenting, work or both.  Or […]

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"You can't underestimate the choices kids will make if presented with healthy options". Kids are smarter than we give them credit for. Thanks Ronni Kahn for sharing, made my day! ... See MoreSee Less

By ditching the pies & sausage rolls for healthier alternatives using fresh produce from local suppliers, The Canobolas Rural Technology HS canteen ha...

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Who thinks it would be a good idea for every politician to watch this clip before they're sworn in? Or every leader to watch it before they are promoted to management ranks? Or every parent to watch before they can take their baby home from hospital? #blueeyesbrowneyes
Thanks Kerrie Anderson for sharing, this is one of my favourite social experiments.
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Ms. Jane Elliott's "brown eyes, blue eyes" experiment in 1970: A 3rd grade teacher conducted a racism experiment with her class. Watch what happens ne...

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