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MEDIA RELEASE: sphinxx, the network for senior and aspiring female business leaders, has been announced as a finalist in the 2010 Telstra New South Wales Business Awards

sphinxx, the network for senior and aspiring female business leaders, has been announced as a finalist in the 2010 Telstra New South Wales Business Awards.  sphinxx is a network of highly successful business women, with quarterly events – Ascend Development Days – in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Brisbane. These events offer inspiration, practical tips and […]

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Vibrantly coloured accessories that raise money to get people in developing countries back on their feet

Gorgeous scarfs and unique jewellery. Prosthetic limbs and unexploded ordnance. These just don’t seem to go together do they?But at Silk Lotus – they do. Silk Lotus is a website that offers a great range of fun accessories such as silk scarves, silver jewellery and funky shopping bags like this one:       And the money […]

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Announcing our Not-For-Profit Scholarship Winners

A big congratulations is in order for the following women and organisations, recipients of the sphinxx not-for-profit scholarship (worth $895).In Sydney, Courtney Smith is the Parramatta project manager for Fitted for Work. Fitted for Work is a service committed to helping long term unemployed and disadvantaged women obtain work, maintain employment and ultimately achieve financial independence through business clothing, presentation and […]

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OzHarvest Opening in Adelaide!

If you are about to attend, or already have attended one of our May Ascend days, you will have heard first hand from Local Hero, Australian of the Year Ronni Kahn about the innovative thinking behind OzHarvest. And it is with great excitement that I can invite our South Australian members to the launch of OzHarvest Adelaide at the National […]

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Amazing conference ticket giveaway: Melbourne next week

I was very excited about attending the Communities in Control conference next Monday and Tuesday in Melbourne, they have fantastic topics and speakers and frankly the idea of switched on, proactive communities is one of the most exciting untapped resources I see for the future Australian policies. Unfortunately I can no longer attend, so I’m giving […]

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The Modern Woman’s Anthology

‘There’s insight and inspiration here on page after page. For women readers, the breadth of shared experiences must surely be a comfort. For men, it’s more of an unveiling; a privileged glimpse into the secret corners of these incredible women’s lives. A worthy cause and a terrific read.’ – Greg Barton, Editor, Australian Traveller Magazine Isn’t […]

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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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