Tag Archive | "Women in Leadership"

Inspiration from Madeleine Albright – on telling it as it is, being provocative, building a critical mass of women and shaping our future

So Madeleine Albright is one of my idols (and possibly yours) and I’m particularly fond of her forthrightness.  Her motto “There’s a special place in hell for women that don’t support each other” is certainly advice worth spreading! This TED clip is classic – you’ll love the stories she shares – especially the one from […]

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Pacific Brands hit with $9m law suit in bullying and harrassment claim by former executive

In a reminder that even the most gender balanced companies are not immune from allegations of of misguided executive actions,Sally Berkeley, the former head of the Pacific Brands’ bra division, Berlei, and the company’s underwear division, is suing the company saying that she was bullied by a colleague and that her redundancy was a sham. […]

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Would you recognise unconscious bias if you saw it in your workplace? 10 signs to watch out for!

In much of the gender balance consulting I do, a consistent question comes up from the incredibly gender-focused leaders I work with: what is unconscious bias really, and how will I know if it’s happening here in my workplace? This post is a gift for leaders – and for women who’ve experienced bias – to help […]

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Happy 2nd birthday to 1 million women!

Congratulations go out to Natalie Isaacs and the team at 1 million women on yoursecond birthday!  Since Nat started 1 million women just two short years ago, over 45,000 daughters, mothers, sisters and grandmothers have committed to protecting our climate, our communities and our future, leading change for the better. 1 Million Women is a perfect example […]

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Happy 2nd birthday to 1 million women!

Congratulations go out to Natalie Isaacs and the team at 1 million women on yoursecond birthday!  Since Nat started 1 million women just two short years ago, over 45,000 daughters, mothers, sisters and grandmothers have committed to protecting our climate, our communities and our future, leading change for the better. 1 Million Women is a perfect example […]

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Three cheers for each and every inspiring woman on the Queen’s Birthday Honours roll

At sphinxx our vision is to see women equally represented in leadership roles, in our workplaces and communities.  If yesterday’s announcement of the 2011 Queen’s Birthday honours is anything to go by, we have a way to go, with only one third of recipients being women. Why so few?  It’s quite simple: too few women […]

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