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Another Angle on board diversity – does it really improve financial returns

Despite findings by a variety of sources that more women on boards and exec teams have a positive impact on the bottom line, there is a lingering concern regarding the drop in share prices seen by several businesses after they have improved their gender diversity. Andrew O’Connell has published “Why stock price drops when women join […]

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Looking for a seat in the C-suite?

Then you might be interested in the C-Suite Program launched by the Business Council of Australia last week.  The BCA is a collection of CEOs of Australia’s top 100 or so companies and the C-Suite Program will match CEOs involved in the pilot with one senior woman from another BCA member company identified as having the potential […]

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Women to Watch

With the issue of gender diversity in leadership gaining momentum, a common question we hear is “where are the women to take up the reins?”. In the last Friday’s edition of Australian Financial Review BOSS magazine there is a list of woman whose careers, skills and capabilities are a resounding answer to the constant (and […]

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Getting a handle on the quota debate: great new article

The quota debate is a big one – and it’s intimidating to get involved in. Opinions on whether or quotas are the best way forward to executive gender diversity are often strongly held, and from experience I know these arguments can get emotional very quickly. It can also be challenging to argue about the issue […]

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NEWS RELEASE: sphinxx survey identifies glass ceiling dilemma

THE GLASS CEILING DILEMMA: 44 PER CENT OF WOMEN BELIEVE THEY HAVE BEEN OVERLOOKED FOR PROMOTION DUE TO THEIR SEX, YET 27 PER CENT HAVE TURNED DOWN A PROMOTION DUE TO LACK OF CONFIDENCE Survey results released today by sphinxx (sphinxx.com.au), a community dedicated to advancing women as leaders in business, revealed that 44 per […]

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Kick through that glass ceiling

Some boots are made for walking – right into a top professional job, writes Marsha Jacobs in “Kick through that glass Ceiling” in the Australian Financial Review on 2/5/08.  Apparently Australia’s leading business newspaper has finally realised it’s readership includes executive women – who have plenty of money to spend on Jimmy Choo shoes!  I can just […]

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