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MEDIA RELEASE: Childcare and careers don’t mix for women, says new poll

March 2, 2011: Despite the Federal Government’s moves to strengthen maternity leave and benefits, Australian families remain worried about the affordability of childcare, saying they will vote for the party who offer tax breaks, the latest poll shows. New research, commissioned by the online businesswomen’s network group sphinxx in a poll, found that children and careers fail […]

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The Heroine’s Journey – a guest post by Marion Chapsal

As first published in Geronimo Coaching Now:  Once upon a time, in the bleak Welsh valleys, there was a little girl. Her name was Sylvia Ann… I grew up in the Welsh mining valleys. I was one of 6 girls children in a family that struggled a lot with unemployment. We didn’t have a refrigerator or […]

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BREAKING NEWS: Why & How Women Mean Business – in Australia – with Avivah Wittenberg-Cox

Here are two dates that every Australian leader must mark IN INK in your diaries: 17 May in Melbourne and 19 May in Sydney.  These are the dates that sphinxx is bringing Avivah Wittenberg-Cox to Australia, together withThe Growth Faculty, and we want you to be part of this ground breaking educational event. CLICK HERE to download the event flyer. […]

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Childcare and Careers – do they mix?

At a networking event recently a businessman mentioned that his wife – a highly educated, highly experienced professional – had left her role in an accounting firm after their children were born because “after the cost of childcare it was hardly worth her while to continue to work”.  Their children are now in school and […]

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Looking for your next step but can’t find it at your current company? Then walk away, you’re next step is somewhere else. Career advice from an outstanding woman leader, and chairman of an ASX top 200 company.

Many women search for new challenging opportunities, present ideas to their managers, suggest innovations to their bosses and network enthusiastically to progress their careers. But all too often women find that even with all this exemplary career investment, they aren’t offered the opportunities they know they are ready for.  Elizabeth Alexander is the chaiman of […]

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Take more risks, don’t over-plan your career and don’t know it all but know who to call – career tips from Ascend speaker and company director, Lynn Ralph

Meek and mild is not how I’d describe Lynn Ralph, board performance specialist with Cameron Ralph and non-executive director of the Sydney Swans and The Sydney Institute.  In past lives she was also a successful investment manager and ran the Sydney Dance Company.  And those in attendance at Ascend in Sydney on Friday would agree: this is a woman who pulls […]

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