Tag Archive | "Women on boards"

Is it time we did away with International Women’s Day?

Women around the world today will be celebrating at morning teas and lunches to mark the occasion of the 101st International Women’s Day.  That’s a good thing, right?  Well that depends.  If the celebration is to recognise th…

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Why Your Next (Tech) Board Member Should Be A Woman

Good questions have been asked lately of tech companies without gender diversity on their boards of directors. While women comprise 51% of the population, they make up only 15.7% of Fortune 500 boards of directors, less than 10% of California tech company boards, and 9.1% of Silicon Valley boards. Why add a 30-something female to […]

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Women on Boards announces new “traffic light index” of progress on gender diversity on ASX200

A new report out today from Women on Boards has found that 36% of top ASX200 companies surveyed have made no progress towards Australia’s ASX corporate governance guidelines on gender diversity.  A total of 82 companies from the ASX200 were surveyed to evaluate their response to the guidelines and progress in achieving a gender diverse […]

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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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Happy Valentines Day :-) sending you roses and cupid and definitely no Facebook hearts

Ahhhh… The roses… The romance… Whether you love it or hate it, Valentines Day is upon us again.  I love this day, not because I’ve been a serial recipient of the roses kind (though I nearly fell over last night when my man arrived home with the goods – in advance of a work trip […]

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UPDATE: Facebook Boycott gathers steam – show where your heart lies this Valentines Day

Thanks to everyone who posted comments on my blog about Boycotting Facebook this Valentines Day, and for all the Twitter messages and votes of support (just to recap this is a PROTEST that the Facebook board has ZERO women even though 58% of its users are women).  So I am taking on all your good […]

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"We need to liberate men in order to liberate women." Our Goodwill Ambassador Anne Hathaway speaking on paid parental leave on International #WomensDa...

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Opening Australia's first rescued food supermarket, OzHarvest Market at 147 Anzac Parade, Kensington in Sydney. Visit www.ozharvest.org/market for mo...

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