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Christmas shopping made easy – special offer to celebrate the 2nd edition of Little Wins for Working Women

To celebrate the arrival of Little Wins for Working Women – 2nd edition – just in time for christmas, we are offering all sphinxx readers a special buy-one-get-one-free offer!  Simply order your gift copies of Little Wins for Working Women from the sphinxx shop before 17th December and we’ll double your order at no extra charge. Little […]

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Are you one of the 1-in-5 Australian women who would have plastic surgery to improve your promotional prospects at work?

Adding to the panty hose and cut and colour routine I wrote about earlier this week, it seems the cost of being a woman in business is about to skyrocket with 85% of women in a recent poll by The Heat Group confirming what we already know: there’s greater pressure on women to be attractive […]

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Worried that your company is rife with gender stereotypes, and it’s damaging your results? Online risk assessment toolkit for gender stereotypes.

Gender stereotypes are much more prevalent then many employers would like to think – I could write a gender stereotype War and Peace of the stories I’ve heard from both the women who are discriminated against (or suspect they are) and the employers who have been shocked to realize what was going on int their […]

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Mastermind news too! August registrations are now open for Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide

We had another fantastic, sell out event last week in Sydney thanks to www.bestgiftcertificates.com.au and The Shangri-La Hotel Sydney with 10 women really benefiting from the morning. Within August, not only are we holding our Ascend development days, but we are also running accompanying Mastermind mentoring groups in Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. The Mastermind Mentoring sessions are small group […]

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Supporting women in developing nations benefits your business too: McKinsey Findings

A while ago I blogged about some McKinsey findings that found girls in developing nations were a better investment then boys. But I was just sent an article by McKinsey that claims that companies who have social investments that focus on women in developing countries also earn themselves “sizeable economic benefits”.83% of executives in a […]

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BPW Sydney Event on Transforming Society through Social Business – who else is going?

The Business and Professional Women’s Network is running a dinner on the 15th of June, with the intriguing topic “Transforming society through social business”. I’m going to this one, and I’m looking forward to exploring the topic with other business women. Given the rise in conversations around creating social value, fostering social creativity and harnessing community connectivity, […]

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