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Despite an increasing number of female CEOs there are signs that women are not receiving a fair go. New research indicates many are set up to fail as a glass cliff looms.
Major change is afoot at one of Australia’s leading peak bodies, Dementia Australia, after the announcement of succession plans for their CEO, Maree McCabe AM, and Chair, Professor Graeme Samuel AC.
For some, the journey to quality and safety compliance hasn’t seen them take the high road, but rather a high reliability approach. Regis Care’s Filomena Ciavarella shared her quality and safety learnings with hello leaders.
Women in the Workplace has dug deep into the corporate pipeline to debunk key myths about women’s workplace experiences, highlighting the good and not-so-good trends in leadership and representation.
Impactful research from Monash University has explored the leadership barriers women from diverse backgrounds face, providing insight into the lived experiences of some of Australia’s top female leaders.
Hello Leaders sat down with Pat Sparrow and spoke with her about her journey so far, how she sees the role of COTA in the current aged care landscape, her approach to leadership and the hurdles of women in the sector.
Results from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency’s (WGEA) Employer Census 2021-22 reveal only 22% of CEOs are women, and men are consistently more likely to hold managerial positions, even in female dominated industries such as healthcare and education.
Women are progressing into leadership roles at an increasing rate, bringing a different set of skills and perspectives to their workplace. However, they often face unique challenges on their road to success.
Flexible work hours is crucial in today’s day and age. And to encourage more and more women to join the workforce, Creek Solutions is paving the path towards a more inclusive work environment.
Starting a business at any stage of life can be daunting, so when you throw in the additional challenges of parenthood, it becomes a real juggling act as two full-time responsibilities collide.
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