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One very simple, quick and FREE thing that YOU can do today to help feed those in need

Ronni Kahn is the founder of OzHarvest, a former Australian of the Year and a very dear friend of mine.  She is one of the few people I know who simply doesn’t take no for an answer, and that goes a long way to explaining how and why OzHarvest has been able to rescue 8,131,939 […]

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Quotas are back in the news – with some for them, and some against… so what’s your take?

Over the years, opinion on gender quotas for boards and senior leadership positions has been like a pendulum swinging from one side to the other.  Until relatively recently, many senior women in business were on the record saying an emphatic “no” to quotas.  The view by many educated, experienced and talented women had been that […]

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Women In Focus launch – new website and TV channel for women in business

A special thank you to Karen James and the team at Women in Focus for inviting me to their official website launch party last week.  Held in a funky antique inner-city warehouse, it was a great chance for me to meet new women who are serious about business, reconnect with some friends and associates, and […]

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10 questions for Gloria Steinem on feminism, the fight for equality and what she’s learned along the way

Gloria Steinem paved the way for feminism around the world and now, at age 77, she’s as committed as ever to the belief that women deserve an equal footing to men… but according to Steinem we’re not there yet. In this interview Australia’s own Belinda Luscombe, an editor-at-large of TIME magazine examines how Steinem has […]

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Women & Leadership Conference – a guest post with 3 top tips shared by inspiring women leaders

This is a guest post from Catherine Porter at Linen Lifestyle who writes “I was fortunate to be invited to attend theMacquarie Women Work and Management Conference last week. From the start to the finish, the conference was organized to exceed our expectations.” Over two hundred women registered for the conference, the majority being from government and the […]

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Hear Anna Bligh live – and what inspired that leadership we all admired so much in Queensland’s floods

Last night at The Sydney Institute‘s lecture series Premier Anna Bligh delivered her key takeaways on the role of social media and our communities, in particular the role social media played during the Queensland floods and Cyclone Yasi disasters earlier this year.  Sitting in a small audience with the Premier I couldn’t help being impressed by […]

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