Women in Mathematics – Tip Of The Iceberg  

by   Throughout history, the under-representation of women leaders has taken generations to confront and overcome, with gross untapped potential still lying dormant within society today.  The bedrock of culture and social functionality was built upon the perception of male domination and […]

Searching For Diversity In SEO 

by   Catherine McGarry – Executive Director and Chief Operations Officer from digital marketing service provider Localsearch addresses the growing diversity gap in SEO Search engine optimisation (SEO), the practice of improving the quality and quantity of traffic to your website from […]

Companies Doing Better With Female CEOs

by   New Australian research shows direct proof for the first time that companies do better when they appoint more women to leadership positions. The study, based on six years of Australian companies’ gender reporting to the federal Workplace Gender Equality Agency, […]

What Our History Can Teach Gen Z

by   My isolation story hasn’t been one of difficulty, and for that I am blessed. I have spent the last 8 weeks working from home with 3 teenagers who, thankfully, are nice humans.  During this time, while dealing with my own […]

10 Tips For Engaging In A Virtual World

by   These strange new times are prompting us to pivot in so many ways. #WFH means needing to appear on webcam, Zoom or Skype with your colleagues or clients or even front up via video interview on mainstream media.   If your […]

Matildas V Socceroos: The Gender Pay Gap Is Real

by By moving into the last 16 with their second World Cup win,  Australia’s women’s side, the Matildas, has already achieved something Australia’s men’s team could not, writes Kate O’Halloran, a researcher at the Institute of Health and Sport at Victoria University. […]

Is Work Your Grind Or Your Play?

by I’ve long hated the concept of ‘going to work’. The routine, the set hours and the horror of being told when it was acceptable to take a break, a holiday, didn’t ever sit well with me, even from an early age. […]

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