Tag Archive | "Women in Leadership"

5 tips for getting behind the communities that support you

I was in Adelaide last week presenting to the CPA Women in Business network.  Apart from the diverse backgrounds and interests of the participants, I was most impressed that on a cold winter’s evening (and trust me, it was COOOOLD in Adelaide!) more than 70 women turned out to network and interact with me in […]

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Women in combat… but who’s the enemy?

Currently, women cannot be employed in jobs that have the potential to expose them to direct combat, including field artillery, infantry, clearance divers and defence guards.  But female employees are permitted to serve on military operations supporting ADF combat elements.  And the Rudd Government is looking at further relaxing these restrictions. Personally I thought that most combat these […]

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Is it OK to show some emotion?

Fiona Smith of the AFR writes today that “it’s OK to show some emotion”.  This might be the case for men, but in my experience quite the opposite is true of women in the workplace. It’s true – emotion is becoming part of the authenticity of our leaders.  As long as they are men. While a man who […]

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One gutsy chick worth checking out

Last night I was presenting to a group of CPAs on the business case for taking women to the top in business.  As is often the case, someone asked me to describe the common success factors among women leaders I’ve interviewed in the Take the Lead series. While there are many traits in common between successful leaders […]

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Ever had a life-changing experience?

I think I had one on Thursday night, at the Women in Finance event in Sydney.  Guest speaker was Jessica Brown, founder of the Lifechanging Experiences Foundation and the Sister2Sister program. The Sister2Sister program is well known to some of you who are seasoned Big Sisters.  When I asked you earlier in the year for suggestions on a charity that sphinxx […]

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Are you a Rapunzel or a Ladder-Kicker?

There’s a great divide emerging between two categories of working women.  Have you noticed it?  No, I’m not talking about the working mums versus the non-parents – though the working mums might like the world to think that.  Or the full-time-career-obsessed woman versus the flexibility-focused-have-a-life ladies who define their success by more than just the […]

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