Tag Archive | "working women"

Little Wins for Working Women

Have you ever felt like you’re juggling so many things you can’t possibly be doing a good job of any of them? In the women’s forums I run for organisations and community groups, this theme emerges every time. Women talk about the challenges they face being the significant minority in their leadership team; of personal […]

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Learning to network with purpose

I had a call this week from Lynette Palmen at Women’s Network Australia.  Nothing unusual in itself… Lynette was phoning because a potential client had mentioned they had a relationship with sphinxx, and she was calling to for a reference.  Or is it unusual?   Lynette is what I’d call a master networker.  She lives the […]

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Women in combat… but who’s the enemy?

Currently, women cannot be employed in jobs that have the potential to expose them to direct combat, including field artillery, infantry, clearance divers and defence guards.  But female employees are permitted to serve on military operations supporting ADF combat elements.  And the Rudd Government is looking at further relaxing these restrictions. Personally I thought that most combat these […]

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Do you need funding for a women’s program in your business?

I’m often asked whether funding or a pre-approved budget is necessary to run a successful women’s program.  My short answer to this question is “yes”, and this is some of my reasoning: I’m sure you’ve all seen in your organisations or even in the community around you that those programs with the highest perceived value […]

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Keeping up appearances

I’m not sure if I’ve mentioned that when I’m not writing the SheEO blog, I’m also a farmer.  True!  So I’m writing this blog from the farm where I’m spending a few day away from the hustle and bustle.  Partly because I’ve been off crook, partly because I’m adoring a new set of twin lambs born on […]

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Women entrepreneurs the key to economic success

Economists have long believed that the least productive societies are those in which women are denied opportunities to join the workforce. In underdeveloped countries, women typically go without the most basic tools needed to earn a living: education, training and access to capital. Yet there is abundant evidence linking economic progress with empowered women. A […]

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