Tag Archive | "leadership"

How will you make the world a better place?

I really would love to make a difference to the world.  Specifically I do want to see women equally represented in leadership roles, in our workplaces and communities.  I’m not sure why I’m so obsessed with this, and sometimes I wish I weren’t because I made a lot more money when I just had a […]

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West Bank Women make political statement in their swimming costumes

I came across this story by Ethan Bronner which I think is just a great way to cap out the week… a group of women who defied the laws of Israel with their own peaceful protest involving (of all things!) a swim in the ocean! The women – most of whom had never seen the ocean before – were […]

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Four things women get wrong when they become a boss…

Suzy Welch – co-author of Winning with husband Jack Welch – shares these tips on Oprah.com about what makes good women bad bosses.  Some of the points she makes are often raised by my own mentoring clientsso I thought it worth sharing.  The 4 key mistakes Welch says women make are: Mismanaging emotional distances by mimicking the classic male boss, which […]

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Would you recognise unconscious bias if you saw it in your workplace? 10 signs to watch out for!

In much of the gender balance consulting I do, a consistent question comes up from the incredibly gender-focused leaders I work with: what is unconscious bias really, and how will I know if it’s happening here in my workplace? This post is a gift for leaders – and for women who’ve experienced bias – to help […]

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Some tough lessons in leadership… and what we can learn

I’ve spent time over the past week supporting the campaign to ban the live cattle trade to Indonesia following the ABC’s Four Corners expose into the horrific conditions of cruelty faced by Australian cattle in a number of Indonesian abattoirs. I was horrified and distraught by the investigation led by Animals Australia that revealed countless beautiful Australian Brahman cattle receiving the […]

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Creativity is the strategic tool of the 21st century – a guest blog by Tania de Jong AM

Australia is a highly successful and prosperous nation. However, we have ridden on our luck, especially in relying on our natural resources to get us through. In the 21st century being lucky isn’t enough.  We have to work on nurturing our talent and inventiveness – in short, our creativity.  For CEOs, creativity is now regarded […]

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