Blog: she leads

‘Don’t apologise and bat it back’: Mary Delahunty on being direct, irreverent and insistent
31 July 2018

This article was originally published on Women’s Agenda. Mary Delahunty’s direct leadership style has seen her develop a powerful portfolio career.  Mary is speaking at the annual She Leads Conference in Canberra on 1 August, an inspiring day of discussion, networking and action on women’s leadership. Women’s Agenda is proud to support the event again this year […]

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Partnerships that make a difference – Hesta
31 July 2018

At YWCA Canberra, we are fortunate to have built strong partnerships with organisations that support gender equality and women’s leadership. HESTA are the She Leads Program Partner for 2018, and we had a chat to Sharon Bruzga to find out just what HESTA do and why our partnership is so special. What does HESTA do? We’re […]

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2018 She Leads Conference – Meet Dr Raji Ambikairajah
23 July 2018

The 2018 She Leads Conference, happening 1 August 2018, brings together some of Australia’s biggest and brightest names from diverse industries and backgrounds to share practical advice and skills on learning to rise, lead, and take other women with you. One fantastic woman speaking at the Conference on the panel Leading and Lifting, is Raji Ambikairajah. You […]

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Partnerships that make a difference – PwC
19 July 2018

At YWCA Canberra, we are fortunate to have built strong partnerships with organisations that support gender equality and women’s leadership. PwC have joined the 2018 She Leads program as a Champion partner to collaborate in progressing gender equality and raising the status of women. We had a chat to PwC’s Markets Managing Partner Tom Bowden to find out […]

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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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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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Jamila Rizvi on the challenge of leaning back as a high achiever
27 June 2018

This article was originally published on Women’s Agenda. Jamila Rizvi is the quintessential high achiever. The writer and public commentator was recently announced as the editor-at-large of Nine’s new subscription women’s platform, Future Women. Rizvi also has a News Limited column, is a bestselling author, and runs an event series, Tea with Jam and Clare, […]

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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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5 quick questions with Yen Eriksen
2 May 2018

The She Leads In-Conversation Series provides Canberrans with the opportunity to hear from women leaders from different backgrounds and industries in a conversational format, followed by a live Q&A session, networking, and canapes. Our May In-Conversation event will feature Jax Jacki Brown and Yen Eriksen, centering around activism, disability, human rights, the LGBTIQ community, and equality. […]

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