There’s a lot of talk about the problem of gender inequality. There is a lot of talk about the benefits of a gender diverse workforce. Increasingly, CEO’s are including gender diversity in their top priorities. I would forgive you if you were thinking “blah, blah, blah” right now. Because guess what? Many leaders are thinking blah blah blah. Alarmingly, there are many women in the corporate world who think (and say) the say thing. Because there is a LOT of talk and very little high impact action. Or is there? … More Here is How to Move from Conversation to Action.
This dynamic duo are on a mission to redefine the future of work and reimagine job-sharing, without any compromise. … More Why This Job Share Platform is a Winner for Parents
Organisations still struggling with creating equal opportunities are feeling the pressure to catch up…and fast! However, if equality, inclusion and diversity haven’t been on your organisations radar until now, probably time to start! … More What is the state of play at your business for equality?
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. … More Female Leader: Natalie Knoll, Bird & Knoll
Elizabeth Murphy, Co-Founder of The Change Agenda, contributes a guest post on why she stayed ‘mum’ at work regarding her parental status. … More Don’t Say Mum
Business Leaders are tired of hearing about the “D” word. Tired of hearing about diversity initiatives, forums, unconscious bias training, statistics. Here are 3 steps to cutting the fluff and get down to the business of inclusion and outperformance. … More Cut the Fluff! 3 Practical Ways to Move the Needle on Inclusion in the Workplace.
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. … More How Not to Get Stuck on the Eiffel Tower
Why do women feel like they cannot be authentic? Is it because of the societal expectations of how ‘nice girls’ should behave means attitudes are not shifting quickly enough? … More Can I Really Be Me and Succeed at Work?
80% of women say having a mentor is important, yet only 20% actually have a mentor. Why? … More Help! I need a mentor, but its all too hard!
Is the call for more resilience in workplaces a sneaky way to do more with less? #resilience … More Why the 3 R’s are important