Tag Archive | "Women in Leadership"

Sitting at the table and the self-promotion commotion – why women need to back themselves and how leaders, recruiters and media can help

By now you’ve probably seen the Sheryl Sandberg video from TEDwomen, and her 3 tips for making it to the C-suite.  As COO of Facebook, Sandberg has achieved dizzying heights of career success.  Her advice to other women seeking to do the same is as personal as it is practical, yet also acknowledges the social, biological and […]

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Emotion at work: displaying emotional investment pays dividends for leaders

Like most Australians I’ve been glued to my TV (and twitter and internet) this week watching the human tragedy and devastation of the Queensland floods unfold.  I never imagined in my wildest dreams seeing so much water where dry land should be.  And I never imagined I’d become such an ardent admirer of Queensland Premier […]

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2011 Global Summit of Women – Instanbul May 5-7 – The “Davos for Women”

This year’s Global Summit of Women will be held in Istanbul, Turkey on May 5-7, 2011.  Described as the “Davos for Women”, this year’s summit features another stellar line up of international leaders, including Government and Business leaders from PepsiCo. , HSBC, Credit Suisse, Alcan, Vodafone, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, PwC and more… 1,000 women leaders are expected […]

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One child equals a “nominal family”? Women choosing to “marry up” in preference to establishing a career? When women attack women everyone loses

Earlier this week I wrote about the fact that everyone loses when women leave their careers.  The same is true when women attack women: everyone loses.  I’ve seen first hand the vengeance of stay at home mums whoattack women for using childcare.  Then there’s the Ladder Kickers who get to the top and refuse to support the […]

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Why are women are still leaving top organisations and jobs in their droves… and why don’t business leaders stop it from happening?

Back in 2005, just a couple of years after completing my MBA, my classmate Bianca sent a copy of Off-Ramps and On-Ramps (a Harvard Business Review article by Sylvia Ann Hewlett and Carolyn Buck Luce) to all the women in our cohort.  The article which highlights the large numbers of highly qualified women dropping out of mainstream careers was […]

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Transfemational leadership – why a feminine approach is absolutely essential for success in 2011

Welcome to a new year, resplendent with new opportunities.  I love this time of year, when we can choose in our work and in our life what we want the year ahead to look like, what we’d like to achieve, how we’d like to lead.  To this end 2011 could look remarkably the same as […]

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