Tag Archive | "Women in Leadership"

Who wants to be the Prime Minister? And who’d want to be the second female PM?

A lot can happen in a week! Although it seems like much more than a week has passed since Kevin Rudd arrived back in Australia after his abrupt resignation as Foreign Affairs Minister to announce his intention to run again for the top job.  Apart from all the rain and flood warnings (I’m ready to […]

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Women make better leaders in turbulent times: true or false?

New evidence suggests that women may be better than their male counterparts in improving employee morale, motivation and performance – crucial factors that can enhance chances of organizations survival in turbulent times – according to Shabeer Ahmad on ChiefExecutive.net Ahmad says that during turbulent times, “a management style that is more characteristic of women leaders […]

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Women, work and leadership – will history repeat itself?

Thanks to those of you who commented on my post last week about Facebook shunning women on its board (and this follow up post), and my boycott request.  This comment from Katie I think is worth discussing, because it’s possibly been on your mind too: “I like the idea in isolation, but in the bigger […]

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More women makes for better Corporate Social Responsibility – says new research by Catalyst and Harvard

I’ve long suspected that there’s something special about women leaders and the heart and soul they bring to an organisation.  It’s different to the stereotypical leadership model; rather that just dollars and cents, I’ve noticed that many women directors and executives bring a strong sense of values to a business.  Now new research from Catalyst […]

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20-First releases 3rd annual Global Gender Balance Scorecard focusing on women on Executive Committees and Boards

For the third year running, the 20-first Global Gender Balance Scorecard looks at a single measure of progress: the gender balance of the Executive Committe of the TOP 100 companies in three key regions of the globe to determine who and were the most progress is being made.  The results? Change is happening; and USA […]

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Kelly, Reinhart make Financial Times Women At The Top list – The top 50 Women in World Business

Australian businesswomen Gail Kelly, CEO of Westpac Group (Number 12) and Gina Reinhart, CEO of Hancock Prospecting (number 27) have made it onto the 2011 Financial Times Women At The Top list – alongside other leaders of enterprise from across the Globe.  The list is somewhat of a United Nations of business – with the […]

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