Tag Archive | "Women in Leadership"

When women don’t support other women in business

I was chatting the other day with a woman I really admire when she asked me: “why don’t businesswomen just support each other more, like the blokes do?” Now I’m walking on eggshells a bit, because I know this is a very subjective question.  In fact I’m probably playing with fire even raising the topic.  […]

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Finally some good news for women in business

Last week I reported on the very disappointing outcomes of the 2008 EOWA Census of women in leadership.  Unless you’ve had your head in the sand or been focused on more pressing issues, you would have seen the Census coverage in all of the newspapers, business mags and practically every website relating to women in business.  In […]

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When it comes to leadership, there’s a great divide between what women want and what’s on offer

Every 2 years the EOWA produces its Census of women in leadership.  The recognised benchmark for gender diversity in corporate Australia, the Census is the most quoted statistic in Australia relating to women in the workplace. So let me ask… if you were to assess how well your company has performed in attracting and retaining women […]

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Social stigmas and stereotypes

A couple of months ago I was participating in an interview with an academic from the Macquarie Graduate School of Management on the experiences of executive women.  Kelvin, the interviewer, asked me whether as a woman leader, I’d experienced any social pressures or stereotypes that had impacted my decisions on parenting, work or both.  Or […]

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7 success strategies for advancing and retaining women

Last week I chaired a conference in Melbourne on advancing and retaining women in firm.  Amongst the line up of speakers were members of the accounting, legal, engineering, automotive and banking sector, all of whom spoke about the programs and initiatives they are running to assist in promoting diversity and developing their female talent. The […]

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Little Wins for Working Women

Have you ever felt like you’re juggling so many things you can’t possibly be doing a good job of any of them? In the women’s forums I run for organisations and community groups, this theme emerges every time. Women talk about the challenges they face being the significant minority in their leadership team; of personal […]

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