I want to show you how to stop admiring the problem of too few women in leadership and start doing something about it. I'm going to do this in combination with some some drinks, canapes and business networking.
I’m thrilled to announce that WWGI is putting on an event in Melbourne that will help women and men understand the importance of celebrating women and how do more of it.
Many women don’t know LinkedIn well & aren’t sure how to use it. Here's the what & why.
These 3 women ‘get it’! They ‘get’ life, they ‘get’ business, they ‘get’ relationships, they ‘get’ their own strengths and they definitely ‘get’ the importance of women supporting women.
I've written a fair bit over at Advancing Women about the scourge of being busy. Being constantly busy, on the go and running on the hamster wheel is inherent with risk for women. Here's why. Being busy distracts us from focussing on what's really important.....yourself!
Hearing from other women who have nailed the networking game is a great way to learn the tools, tips and techniques to get ahead. That's why I've asked 3 powerhouse women in business to share their practical wisdom at my next event.
This post first appeared on Advancing Women Do you wonder why women don’t get out there and promote their achievements more? Do you wonder why there are so many books about how women can be more confident? Do you wonder why women keep their accomplishments to themselves and as a result, play small? Often its …
I thoroughly enjoy networking, on and offline. I see the value in nurturing and curating my network carefully and meticulously. I reckon, that Ruth the help of my #WWGI network, I’ve got a pretty strong networking game.
Some people would rather eat their own head than go to a networking function. I’d be a bit of a fibber if I said that I was filled with joy every time I’m off to a function, but a lacklustre response to the opportunity to network is the exception, not the rule for me. I do care about networking, here's why and here's what you can do to like networking as much as I do.
How I Learned to Love Networking. If you are one of those women who would rather eat a box of hair than go to a networking event then its time to get serious about tackling your fear or distaste.