How to Use the Power of Imagination at Work

Let’s start imagining what an ideal, gender balanced world in sport and business looks like beyond gender biases and discrimination. I am asking you to stop forensically examining or studiously ignoring the issue of inequality, and start imagining a workplace and society that does move beyond gender bias and discrimination. I get it. This is tough work. I know. Because this is my work. Read More

What Is The Invisible Barrier For Women in Sport?

Despite the many social and organisational benefits of advancing women in leadership within the sporting sector, Australian sporting clubs and organisations have been slow to catch on. Why? Read More

Why Gender Equality in Tech is Not a Myth

Victoria Kluth is a passionate advocate of gender equality and has embedded a culture at tech company Araza of supporting diversity, with the company achieving 50% female workforce and gender balanced leadership. Read More

10 Powerful Things I Learned About the Word Busy.

Busy might be irritating to hear for me, or maybe its even a bizarre kind of a status symbol for others, but for many women and men, its just quite possibly a shield. Here’s the summary of my aha! moment about the word busy. #busy Read More

Female Leader: Natalie Knoll, Bird & Knoll

Natalie Knoll, Co-Founder ofBird & Knoll, follows her own advice by paying her success forward by sharing her invaluable experience, information & resources with Advancing Women readers. Read More

Don’t Say Mum

Elizabeth Murphy, Co-Founder of The Change Agenda, contributes a guest post on why she stayed ‘mum’ at work regarding her parental status. Read More

Female Leader, Linda Ryle, President Indigenous Lawyers Association Queensland

Linda Ryle is currently President of Indigenous Lawyers Association Queensland, an organisation that is completely financed through the volunteer efforts and fundraising of their Management Committee (not government funded). She is a strong and eloquent advocate for the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people within the justice sector. Linda’s career has been devoted to ensuring that cultural intelligence and context is applied in consideration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s representation within the legal system.  Read More

The Phenomenon That Is The Leadership Game.

There is a game, it’s called leadership. It’s played every day in sport, business and politics. Sometimes it’s played well. A lot of the time, the standard of the leadership game being played is pretty average. Read More

Do Corporate Leaders Really Understand The Organisation They Lead?

Jeff Immelt says to bosses, get out of your ivory tower and get in touch with your people. Drucker said culture eats strategy for breakfast every day. I say to bosses, do you really know your organisational culture? And does that culture work for women? Every day?#AdvancingWomen Read More

Why the 3 R’s are important 

Is the call for more resilience in workplaces a sneaky way to do more with less? #resilience Read More