*Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For includes three
of our partners; PwC, EY and Deloitte*
Multinational business magazine Fortune has released its
annual list of the Top 100 Best Companies to Work For in the
US and at Global Women we are proud...
Now is the time to do away with shyness, close the door on
tall poppy syndrome, and celebrate those inspiring women you
know who are actively shaping a brighter and more diverse
future for New Zealand.
Nominations are now open for the fourth annual...
Gallup's new report 'How Millennials Want to Work and Live'
A new report into the millennial workforce paints a picture
of a generation poised to make a profound impact on the
business landscape as we know it. Millennials aged 18 to 34,
An interview with Global Women member Raelene Castle, the
first female CEO of the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs (NRL).
*The right person for the job*
“One of the biggest compliments the board could have given
me was to say their sole focus was to find the...
Global Women principal partner PwC has released its much
anticipated Women in Work Index placing a spotlight on the
progress made, and more importantly the progress still to be
made, towards gender parity.
The Index shows significant improvements across OECD
countries to improve female economic...
*With the prestigious EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards
fast approaching, EY is on the lookout for inspiring women
to throw their hat in the ring.*
Launched in New Zealand in 1998, Entrepreneur of the Year is
an annual national awards programme, culminating with...
‘There needs to be something for the eye, the hand, the
heart, and the head’ is the quote on the inside cover of
Gill Gatfield’s book Abstract Figure – a monograph of
her art theory and practice, and a statement that neatly
Global Women investment partner representatives witnessed a
powerhouse panel, facilitated by Global Women diversity
director Justine Munro, at the Activation Series in Auckland
on March 21.
Michelle ‘Nanogirl’ Dickinson, Anna Curzon and Pip
Greenwood have blazed trails to success in their respective
fields, but not without...
Emma Parry The 2016 Aspiring Women Leaders’ Summit for
Queensland Health on March 10 saw Global Women member Dr.
Emma Parry speak to a captivated audience about her career
journey, how to achieve a work-life balance, and most
importantly, why saying yes has been so...
* JulietBourke *
*‘Which Two Heads Are Better Than One? How diverse teams
create breakthrough ideas and make smarter decisions’* -
Deloitte Partner of Consulting, Juliet Bourke releases
breakthrough book shedding light on how to use a diverse
workforce to its full potential.
If investors knew...