The Joy Revolution

I read a quote recently from Marianne Williamson that got me thinking – “Joy is what happens to us when we allow ourselves to recognise how good things really are.” Recognising how good things really are can be challenging. We have old internal wiring that specifically searches for the bad stuff. Our fear and worry […]

How the World of Work for Women is Changing for Women

And What You Need To Know. Have you noticed…

3 Questions to Reflect on the Past Year

Dear Past, thank you for all the lessons. Dear Future, now I’m ready!   It’s that time of year again when we’re caught somewhere between squeezing in all the work we want to achieve before the end of the year, and daring to think about winding down and having a bit of a break. Throw […]

10 Things You Need To Know About Your Value

One of the greatest challenges I see for women is for them to fully understand and appreciate how valuable and important they are. Here are 10 things you need to know about your value. 1. You are more valuable than you think As women we are often running an unconscious pattern of not being enough […]

Love Yourself – Your Life May Depend On It

This weekend I have been fortunate enough to attend the Hay House I Am Light Tour in Brisbane with Dr Wayne Dyer and Anita Moorjani. There were many beautiful and practical messages and takeaways from this conference and one I want to share with you today is from Anita Moorjani about Self-Love. Anita Moorjani is […]

Women in Business Leadership – Gail Kelly to Retire

It would be interesting to know what Westpac Group’s Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director has planned for the next step in her career now that she’s handing over the reins of the banking group. For 11 years, Gail Kelly she has consistently been a trailblazer. First, for being the first woman to have led […]

Australia, Let’s Say NO to Violence against Women and Children

Australia’s Sex Discrimination Commissioner Elizabeth Broderick is a woman making a difference in the fight to put an end to violence against women and children. On November 25, Commissioner Broderick marked the United Nations’ International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women with a formal statement calling for much stronger leadership in Australia to […]

Emma Watson’s UN speech to men and women

I thoroughly enjoyed actress Emma Watson’s speech on gender equality which launched the United Nations’ HeForShe campaign to end gender inequality. What a bold move to ask a young role model to stand up and speak directly at all men, young and old. Watson was a great choice, since her younger fans can be encouraged to join […]

Why is Self-Promotion Such a Challenge for Women?

One of the biggest challenges I see women dealing with in business is the struggle of self promotion – to promote one’s own interests and profile to advance in rank or position. The mere thought of self promotion evokes images of arrogance, smarminess and insincerity. Women generally shy away from self-promotion for a number of […]

Women Innovators – How Need Is Driving App Development

As phones become ‘smarter’, there is an increasing market for specialised apps. With 1.2 million apps listed in Apple’s iTunes app store, and 1.3 million in Android’s Google Play store, the market is certainly very crowded. But here are some Australian women made their apps regardless – listed them, and won accolades along the way. […]

3 STEPS TO CONFIDENT AND CAPABLE
LEADERSHIP FOR WOMEN

FROM STUCK AND SELF-DOUBT TO STRONG, CONFIDENT LEADERSHIP