Tag Archive | "Women in Leadership"

AGSM announces new Women in Leadership course to resolve dearth of women at the top

The Australian School of Business has just launched a new AGSM Executive Education Program for Women in Leadership.  The program aims to give women the skills and confidence they need to advance through the corporate ranks, and features a lineup of guest speakers including Jillian Broadbent AO (NED), Ann Sherry AO (EO of Carnival Australia), Sally Macdonald (CEO […]

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Nominations now open for the Veuve Clicquot Awards – do you know an inspirational Australian businesswoman?

Nominations are now open for the Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Award 2012 so if you know an Australian businesswoman who demonstrates leadership, daring, creativity and responsibility in her business life – it’s time to nominate! The award recognises the extraordinary achievements of entrepreneurial business women; innovators, risk takers, leaders and visionaries, with a commitment to […]

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Childcare is not a welfare issue – it’s a workforce participation issue and it’s why workforce participation by Australian women is amongst lowest of OECD countries

Do you screen your phone calls?  I do… quite often, in fact.  I do it because I need to be in the right space to be in contact with the outside world, and so if I’m overly frazzled I let the voicemail take control.  This is especially the case when a certain 2-year-old has been […]

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Join our group booking for a personal introduction to Avivah Wittenberg-Cox… and a $150 saving at the Melbourne and Sydney programs

Time is running out to register for the forthcoming Avivah Wittenberg-Cox programs in Melbourne on 17th May and Sydney on 19th May.  With only 2 weeks to go you’ll be disappointed if you don’t get along and see this global authority on gender balance, and hear how she’s helped dozens and dozens of multi national companies to profit from gender balanced business. […]

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This is a story of women leading at their best, overcoming the worst, in the hope of creating a better future

On Monday when news of Osama’s death broke I was driving from the farm to the city, tired and stressed, in a world of my own consumed by my own first world issues (a long story, better told over a generous glass of red). My first reaction was one of incredulation that the world’s most […]

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The problem with quotas for women on boards and why they won’t work

Seems everyone is now weighing in on the quotas debate with our Governor General, Quentin Bryce becoming one of the latest champions for mandatory female representation on boards.  As I’ve said before, I’m a supporter of quotas largely because it’s time.  But even I don’t believe – in the short term – they will have a material impact […]

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