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  • Gender wars: Why does inequality still exist? by Iain Hopkins

    The position of Australian women executives is declining. Statistics confirm this and Agender in the Boardroom research (EOWA and Egon Zehnder International) exposes the systemic bias against women, revealing a multitude of barriers prevent women from getting to the top, and once there, they are then undervalued.Dianne Jacobs, founding principal, The Talent Advisors, asks why

  • Women’s ‘glacial’ progress melts away by

    THE NUMBER of women on boards and in executive management positions has declined since2006.

  • Lose the fear boys by

    Diversity continues to emerge as a key differentiator between a progressive and successful organisation and one that is lagging behind – and it is men who are at the forefront of leading the change.

  • Power play: women’s climb to the top by

    Women are contributing new approaches to leadership and power. Yet, the question remains – will this translate into advantage for women striving to make their way higher in corporate hierarchies? Dianne Jacobs reports

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