Being an advocate for gender equality, a learning professional, and committed to my ongoing professional development, I had to be at TED Women 2016 in San Francisco.
I am privileged. Of course, I know this, but what am I carrying around in my ‘invisible backpack’?
Did you know that Australian women have been working with no pay from 1 July to 8 September?
One of the most powerful leadership lessons is to appreciate the value of bringing people into the team who think and look different to us.
On Thursday, 30 June, the Diversity Council Australia (DCA) and Xplore for Success co-hosted a conversation on inclusive leadership
Last Friday, 30 June, I was honoured to share the stage with 2016 Australian of the Year Lieutenant General (retired) David Morrison AO.
I continue to hear heart-breaking stories of bullying, harassment, discrimination, and covert or hurtful behaviour from leaders in organisations who not only know better but, ironically, win awards!
It is wonderful to see the increased level of conversation and action taking place on gender equality across the country – an issue that is now well and truly a part of the national agenda.
International Women’s Day 2016 may seem like a distant memory, but at Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) the gender conversation continues amongst its 1,900 employees Australia-wide.