Tag Archive | "Women in Leadership"

AmCham women in management panel tells us how to be money wise in 2009

I attended an AmCham women in management event last night featuring an expert panel of speakers who told us in detail what we needed to be “Money Wise in 2009”.  The panel was truly sensational, with a detailed assessment of the macro economic environment – or global financial crisis – provided by Sally Auld, Executive Director and Interest Rate Strategist at […]

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What will a recession mean for working women?

I’ve often suspected that minority groups suffer the most in an economic downturn.  Of course its true that the average family already struggling to make ends meet will feel the sting as overtime dries up or casual hours are cut back.  And few workers will avoid the pinch when it comes to bonus time this […]

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Women Must Learn the Language of Power

Below is a great article by Connie Glaser discussing how women often sabotage themselves by conforming to the stereotypes of traditional women behaviours. There is no more important skill in attaining success — personal and professional — than your ability to communicate effectively. Yet women often sabotage themselves through their communication skills. Differences in how […]

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A fantastic book: The Difference “Difference” Makes – Women and Leadership

      Despite the USA references, the core of this book rings true here in Australia. This publication from Stanford University Press poses the question: Why are women so dramatically under-represented in formal leadership positions and what can be done to improve the situation? This unique collection takes up these questions in the crucial […]

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Where are the women in leadership in Australia?

Author: Leonie V. Still- The purpose of this paper is to review the current representational position of women in leadership in Australia, using management and board appointments as the relevant domains. The review reveals that despite 30 years of considerable legislative, policy and social change in the equity area, women have not attained leadership positions […]

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EOWA Australian Census of Women in Leadership

The Australian Census of Women in Leadership measures the status of women on boards and women executive managers in Australia’s top 200 organisations listed on the Australian Stock Exchange. Applying the business principle of what gets measured, gets done, the Census is designed to establish accurate statistics to enable international benchmarking. The 2006 census found […]

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