Blog: Women’s leadership

2018 She Leads Conference – Amanda McIntyre: Mentoring 101
11 July 2018

This article was originally published by HerCanberra. It seems that, regardless of your age or position, finding a mentor can be something of a scary prospect.  Whether it’s the fear your dream mentor will say ‘no thanks’, or that approaching someone outside of your work circle can feel uncomfortable, lack of knowledge about mentorships (or […]

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Partnerships that make a difference – Rowdy Digital
10 July 2018

At YWCA Canberra, we are fortunate to have built strong partnerships with organisations that support gender equality and women’s leadership. Rowdy Digital are a friend of the 2018 She Leads Conference, and we had a chat to co-founder Llewella Jago to find out just what Rowdy Digital do and why our partnership is so special. What […]

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How Bridget Clinch took on workplace discrimination in the military and won
4 July 2018

This article was originally published on Women’s Agenda. How did Bridget Clinch challenge workplace discrimination at the Australian Defence Force and lead on massive change in the process?  Bridget Clinch is a former infantry captain, East Timor veteran and trans activist who came to public attention in 2010 when she challenged the Australian Defence Force (ADF) […]

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How a clear sense of self can trump career planning
12 June 2018

This article was originally published on Women’s Agenda. Natalie Walker has been the inaugural CEO of two start-up businesses, both with massive agendas, and was appointed to board and executive roles early in her career. Below she shares some excellent insights into what she’s learnt about leadership, career planning and instincts.  Natalie is speaking at the […]

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Supporting women in engineering and technology with the Natasha Linard Scholarship – Meet Emily Rose Rees
18 May 2018

The Natasha Linard Scholarship for Women in Engineering & Technology supports female ANU undergraduate students to build leadership skills in technology, business and community areas, and to develop a mentoring relationship with prominent professionals in the private and public sectors. The award commemorates the life and work of Dr Natasha Linard, who was an outstanding […]

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In a massive new gig, Julia Gillard is helping to dismantle female leadership barriers in every field
6 April 2018

Angela Priestley is the Publisher and founding editor of Women’s Agenda. If you thought being the Prime Minister of Australia was a huge role, consider Julia Gillard’s latest job. Our first female PM has been named the inaugural chair of the London-based Global Institute for Women’s Leadership, which aims to “create a world in which being […]

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#LeadingtheChange at our 2018 International Women’s Day event
15 March 2018

On Wednesday 7 March, we partnered with Griffin Legal to host our 2018 International Women’s Day event at the Theo Notaras Multicultural Centre, where we launched our Leading the Change: The Pathway to Gender Equality Report Card with more than 70 leaders from across the community, business and government sectors. Our event kicked off with Ngunnawal […]

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2018 She Leads College – 5 Quick Questions with Ashley St George
14 March 2018

The She Leads College Conference, taking place on Thursday 22 March, is a one-day event for girls in years 11 and 12, equipping participants with the practical skills and knowledge they need to become confident leaders. This year, we have an amazing line-up of inspiring young women who will discuss their pathways as trailblazers. Today, we chat […]

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2018 She Leads College – 5 Quick Questions with Laura Piscopo
12 March 2018

The She Leads College Conference, taking place on Thursday 22 March, is a one-day event for girls in years 11 and 12, equipping participants with the practical skills and knowledge they need to become confident leaders. This year, we have an amazing line-up of inspiring young women who will discuss their pathways as trailblazers. Today, we chat […]

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2018 She Leads College – 5 Quick Questions with Joanna Richards
5 March 2018

The She Leads College Conference, taking place on Thursday 22 March, is a one-day event for girls in years 11 and 12, equipping participants with the practical skills and knowledge they need to become confident leaders. This year, we have an amazing line-up of inspiring young women who will discuss their pathways as trailblazers. Today, we chat […]

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