Tag Archive | "Women on boards"

Women on boards reach record high of 11.9 per cent of ASX200 appointments – new AICD research shows

As at the 16th May 2011, women hold 11.9% of all ASX200 seats on the Australian Stock Exchange, says the Australian Institute of Company Directors, however a total of 77 boards in the ASX200 still do not have any female directors. According to AICD’s ongoing real-time research,  Women have comprised 31% of new appointments to ASX 200 boards to […]

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Congratulations to Vicki Allen on her selection in the AICD mentoring program

Some of you will know Vicki Allen from the Take the Lead mentoring session she led for us in her previous role as Chief Operating Officer at The Trust Company.  Vicki has been a wonderful mentor to me and so many other women, and so I’m sure you’ll join me in congratulating Vicki on her acceptance into […]

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Spot the ass in this picture… or tips for company Chairs on how NOT to attract talented women to your business

So you know that apart from being The SheEO, I’m also a farmer and I breed small donkeys which are loads of fun and very cute, like this one born at the farm last week:  A lot of people ask me “why donkeys?” and my preferred response is that while donkeys may technically be asses, […]

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Gender Matters – 3rd Women on Boards Conference – last chance to register!!!

If you are currently sitting on boards, or aspire to, you would be well served to get along to this year’s Women on Boards Gender Matters conference.  Being held in Sydney on 28/29 April – it will be a powerhouse of networking, education and tips for how you can make it onto boards and into key decision […]

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The problem with quotas for women on boards and why they won’t work

Seems everyone is now weighing in on the quotas debate with our Governor General, Quentin Bryce becoming one of the latest champions for mandatory female representation on boards.  As I’ve said before, I’m a supporter of quotas largely because it’s time.  But even I don’t believe – in the short term – they will have a material impact […]

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MEDIA RELEASE: Childcare and careers don’t mix for women, says new poll

March 2, 2011: Despite the Federal Government’s moves to strengthen maternity leave and benefits, Australian families remain worried about the affordability of childcare, saying they will vote for the party who offer tax breaks, the latest poll shows. New research, commissioned by the online businesswomen’s network group sphinxx in a poll, found that children and careers fail […]

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