James Sutherland, CEO, Cricket Australia says that the talent development pathway for women playing cricket is ‘a bit like the Eiffel Tower, and the men’s is like a pyramid.’ Catherine Fox says, ‘this sounds a lot like the pathway for women into senior management jobs in most organisations.’ I agree and explain why.
Society tells women in many ways that being feisty is not OK. Read about why it is OK & what to do when you’re told its not.
We expect a lot from women.
We want them to lead, manage, coordinate and juggle life, leadership and career. Often this results in women prioritising their career last in a long to do list. I want women to invest time and effort in themselves, their development and their fulfilment because I know, from my own experience, that understanding myself, my skills and how to use them effectively has positioned and propelled me into doing what I love and what the world needs. More women in leadership!
I’m not known as the Queen of Annoying questions for nothing. Here are 6 questions that might make you ponder!
I’m now in month 5 of following my bliss. Full time self-employment, entrepreneurship, start-up mode …use whatever terminology you like, has been wonderful, hard, exciting,