Why the Women in Sport scoreboard needs more focus.

Why the Women in Sport scoreboard needs more focus.

Life has been very very full here at Advancing Women. My work in 2019 has included working on the next Advancing Women in Sport research paper. My research is part of my advocacy work for a more equitable, welcoming and fair workplace for women who choose to work in sport. I want sporting leaders to have easy to read, insightful and actionable research to advance more women into sports leadership in Australia. 

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When Men Don’t Want to Be Seen as Weak

When Men Don’t Want to Be Seen as Weak

My work in gender equality means people can mistakenly believe that it’s all about women. It’s not. Gender equality is important for all genders. This post highlights the very real experience that men and in particular new dads, encounter and what happens when they don’t want to be seen as weak. 

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Why a dirty, dusty, remote, inconvenient career is beautiful.

Why a dirty, dusty, remote, inconvenient career is beautiful.

Florence Drummond, Co-Founder of Indigenous Women in Mining & Resources Australia (IWIMRA), is on a mission to connect every Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander woman working in the mining and resources industry across Australia, to support each other in their career journey.

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She Can Be What She Can See

She Can Be What She Can See

Ash Barty said that Evonne Goolagong was her hero as a kid. Ash could see someone like her, who was successful. She can be what she can see. You foster this mindset in your workplace too. If fact you should, because its a great tactic to get shit done for gender equality in workplaces everywhere.

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Why it’s Time for Men to Step Up to the Plate

Why it’s Time for Men to Step Up to the Plate

With the balance of power in sport resting with men, there is no doubt that they can be the solution to the problem of gender inequality, in sport and in business. These powerful men have a responsibility to deliver many things, including sustainable, enduring growth and prosperity for the sports industry, associations and clubs.  
I am counting on these powerful men to take action and deliver results that are economically sustainable AND gender equal, because the two are not mutually exclusive. 

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What Does A Fair Go for Women Really Look Like?

What Does A Fair Go for Women Really Look Like?

If you are a female, then you have probably experienced the painful rub of gender inequality. If you are a bloke, you probably understand that much more action needs to be taken to change our society to reflect true equality.

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How to Buy From Women to Support Women

How to Buy From Women to Support Women

Women make over 85% of purchase decisions. In Australia alone during 2018 this equated to approximately $874 billion in total. Yes, it’s a LOT of money. And it’s in our hands where we choose to direct it.

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Why the Women in Sport scoreboard needs more focus.

Why the Women in Sport scoreboard needs more focus.

Life has been very very full here at Advancing Women. My work in 2019 has included working on the next Advancing Women in Sport research paper. My research is part of my advocacy work for a more equitable, welcoming and fair workplace for women who choose to work in sport. I want sporting leaders to have easy to read, insightful and actionable research to advance more women into sports leadership in Australia. 

read more
When Men Don’t Want to Be Seen as Weak

When Men Don’t Want to Be Seen as Weak

My work in gender equality means people can mistakenly believe that it’s all about women. It’s not. Gender equality is important for all genders. This post highlights the very real experience that men and in particular new dads, encounter and what happens when they don’t want to be seen as weak. 

read more
Why a dirty, dusty, remote, inconvenient career is beautiful.

Why a dirty, dusty, remote, inconvenient career is beautiful.

Florence Drummond, Co-Founder of Indigenous Women in Mining & Resources Australia (IWIMRA), is on a mission to connect every Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander woman working in the mining and resources industry across Australia, to support each other in their career journey.

read more
She Can Be What She Can See

She Can Be What She Can See

Ash Barty said that Evonne Goolagong was her hero as a kid. Ash could see someone like her, who was successful. She can be what she can see. You foster this mindset in your workplace too. If fact you should, because its a great tactic to get shit done for gender equality in workplaces everywhere.

read more
Why it’s Time for Men to Step Up to the Plate

Why it’s Time for Men to Step Up to the Plate

With the balance of power in sport resting with men, there is no doubt that they can be the solution to the problem of gender inequality, in sport and in business. These powerful men have a responsibility to deliver many things, including sustainable, enduring growth and prosperity for the sports industry, associations and clubs.  
I am counting on these powerful men to take action and deliver results that are economically sustainable AND gender equal, because the two are not mutually exclusive. 

read more
What Does A Fair Go for Women Really Look Like?

What Does A Fair Go for Women Really Look Like?

If you are a female, then you have probably experienced the painful rub of gender inequality. If you are a bloke, you probably understand that much more action needs to be taken to change our society to reflect true equality.

read more
How to Buy From Women to Support Women

How to Buy From Women to Support Women

Women make over 85% of purchase decisions. In Australia alone during 2018 this equated to approximately $874 billion in total. Yes, it’s a LOT of money. And it’s in our hands where we choose to direct it.

read more

                              

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