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Learning to network with purpose

I had a call this week from Lynette Palmen at Women’s Network Australia.  Nothing unusual in itself… Lynette was phoning because a potential client had mentioned they had a relationship with sphinxx, and she was calling to for a reference.  Or is it unusual?   Lynette is what I’d call a master networker.  She lives the […]

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Ever had a life-changing experience?

I think I had one on Thursday night, at the Women in Finance event in Sydney.  Guest speaker was Jessica Brown, founder of the Lifechanging Experiences Foundation and the Sister2Sister program. The Sister2Sister program is well known to some of you who are seasoned Big Sisters.  When I asked you earlier in the year for suggestions on a charity that sphinxx […]

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Are you a Rapunzel or a Ladder-Kicker?

There’s a great divide emerging between two categories of working women.  Have you noticed it?  No, I’m not talking about the working mums versus the non-parents – though the working mums might like the world to think that.  Or the full-time-career-obsessed woman versus the flexibility-focused-have-a-life ladies who define their success by more than just the […]

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1000 terrible things Australian men have said about women

That’s what The Ernie’s Book is all about.  Written by Meredith Burgmann & Yvette Andrews, Ernie’s book is “a rollocking good read” that tracks 15 years of media quotes from men about women and presents the best of the worst in one small, pink book!  The authors are speaking on Monday 19th May as part of the Sydney […]

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sphinxx leaders in the firing line of Australia’s first Labor budget in 11 years

As Australia’s “Wealthy Families” – defined by Australia’s new government as those earning more than $150k – bear the brunt of last night’s budget announcements, sphinxx leaders could be forgiven for feeling disadvantaged for pursuing career advancement and promotion. If your family income exceeds $150k, you will be subject to tough means testing on the […]

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Surely there’s more to networking (and business) than chocolate

What is it with this entire industry that’s emerged around networking events for women?  I reckon there’d be a networking event taking place at any given moment across Australia in any of the leading hotels, convention centres or sporting clubs, all selling the opportunity to connect with other business people.  And it seems about 80% […]

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