I recently asked some successful confident women in business what their rituals and routines are. The kinds of behaviours that will become the habits that fuel a career that soars. They’ve agreed to share their secrets with all of you!
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Hi, I am Michelle and I am the owner of Advancing Women in Business & Sport, the co-host of global online businesswomen’s network A Career that Soars!, the podcast Lead to Soar as well as the co-founder of CDW (Culturally Diverse Women).
Everything I do is grounded in my mission to create a gender-equal world, particularly in sport and business workplaces. I want my son and daughter, my nieces and nephews to inhabit a world:
- Where women and girls are valued, respected and equal;
- Where men and boys can rid themselves of the shackles of toxic masculinity; and,
- Where every human, no matter how they identify, can reach their full potential.
I am an unapologetic, passionate feminist and inclusionist, who, because of my white skin and education has enormous privilege and influence. I am determined to harness my privilege, my passion for women’s rights, my business acumen and my networks to have a positive global impact on society.
MOVING WORKPLACE GENDER EQUALITY, INCLUSION AND BELONGING FROM CONVERSATION TO ACTION
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