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  1. From one to a community of 92,000 – this is what happens when women come together Jen Dalitz 28-Feb-2014
  2. Your chance to hear direct from Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook COO and #LeanIn founder Jen Dalitz 18-Feb-2014
  3. Fancy working 9 weeks less AND earning more? New study reveals benefits of mobile business - but is it really possible? Jen Dalitz 12-Feb-2014
  4. Yes you can have it all, but not all at the same time. Agree or not? Jen Dalitz 23-Dec-2013
  5. Paid parental leave is popular with mums, but childcare still king Jen Dalitz 30-Aug-2013
  6. Lean In. Realise your fears. And then overcome them. Jen Dalitz 29-Jul-2013
  7. Women in Leadership, Childcare Issues and chasing a Government Board position all the way to Canberra Jen Dalitz 22-Jul-2013




New National Survey Combatting "Glaring research omission" From the Diversity Council of Australia, do it, forward it, make a difference

Thursday, June 24, 2010

The Diversity Council of Australia has identified what they see as a “glaring omission” in employment-related research and statistics which their new survey hopes to fill. This diversity-stalling gap is a “need for better access to systematic and reliable information on employment and diversity related workplace trends”. The ADC claims that since the demise of the Australian Workplace Industrial Relations Survey this information is difficult to obtain.

I’ve also felt the gap between employer understanding, recent research findings and feedback from women. At sphinxx, part of our work is to source feedback directly from our network and communicate it to employers. This has been really effective for in depth studies, and I’m really excited about the broad scope of the project that the DCA is undertaking.

To find out more about the survey, including the PDF with all the partnership, process and proposed outcomes click here.

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The Hidden Brain Drain Task Force

Wednesday, June 09, 2010

I know that women often see things differently, or have ideas and approaches that men don’t have in business. And I just discovered an American private sector task force that is dedicated to transformational research on the benefits and policies for advancing highly qualified talent across the barriers posed by gender, generation and culture. Read More

Be part of shaping sphinxx: take our professional development poll

Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Many of my conversations with business women recently have been about what kind of support they want, and where they think the gaps are. Read More

The facts about women, leadership and gender equality

Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Maree McLaren is a woman on a mission to increase awareness of gender inequality in our workplaces, on boards and in leadership positions.  She's created a fantastic presentation outlining the current state of play which she's forwarded to me in PDF format.   Read More

What women really want in business - will you please complete our 4-minute poll?

Wednesday, September 16, 2009
a quick poll  Read More

EOWA Australian Census of Women in Leadership

Sunday, January 25, 2009

The Australian Census of Women in Leadership measures the status of women on boards and women executive managers in Australia's top 200 organisations listed on the Australian Stock Exchange. Applying the business principle of what gets measured, gets done, the Census is designed to establish accurate statistics to enable international benchmarking. Read More