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The Butterfly Program
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Where Women Work Magazine - 2015 Edition Out Now - A must-read for talented women thriving in the corporate sector.
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Release yourself from something that is causing you stress. Here’s some examples of what you can let go of in February to create more freedom in your life.
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I thoroughly enjoyed actress Emma Watson’s speech on gender equality which launched the United Nations’ HeForShe campaign to end gender inequality. 
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One of the biggest challenges I see women dealing with in business is the struggle of self promotion – to promote one’s own interests and profile to advance in rank or position.
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At the weekend I was out in the garden digging a trench. Not a trench that you could “get all your mates over and play in” as my son excitedly asked, just a shallow long trench to lay timber sleepers and divide off an area of garden.
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As a coach for professional women a topic that crops up almost daily among my clients is work-life balance. Helping people to progress their careers, while maintaining balance with their personal life, is one of my strongest, most favoured topics. As a business owner and full time working mum it’s also something that I often find myself battling with.
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Every year, Women Presidents’ Organisation releases a list of the fastest-growing companies led by women. The 7th annual WPO 50 Fastest was announced on April 24, 2014.
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When it comes to great women – in the modern era or throughout history – one name that increasingly comes to mind is the first female Chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel.
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Just six weeks ago, this single mother of two had given up on her coaching dream and walked away from an assistant coach job at the Victorian Football League. Now she is back, making history as the first woman to hold a full-time coaching job at the AFL. She is Peta Searle, a woman who is most ‘at home’ on the footy field.
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For years, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) has performed well in Randstad’s annual “Australia’s Most Attractive Employer” survey, but it wasn’t until 2013 that the company cemented its first place position, beating out consistent frontrunner Virgin Australia and ever-present competitor BAE Systems.
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