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Michael Kimmel is in Australia to give corporate men a bit of a gee-up about equality. "It's so close, it's right there," he says. Women, on average, currently represent 25.2 per cent of all board positions. Experts say that once 30 per cent representation is achieved, gender equality on ASX boards will only be a matter of time. "We can touch it, it's the golden ring, we can grab it," Dr Kimmel says.
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While significant gains have been made by women in attaining ASX200 board positions in recent years, the same cannot be said for those striving toward senior executive positions. Speaking at a 30% Club event in Sydney this morning, Xplore for Success chief executive Diana Ryall said the lack of women in senior executive positions across ASX200 companies is disappointing, particularly when you remove the people in human resources, marketing, legal counsel and strategy roles.
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That is how my break in the media came about, according to my very own career folklore.
That phrase, or something similar, inevitably features whenever I find myself explaining how I jumped from a career in law to working as a journalist.
It’s not the only time I have credited an occurrence in my life to luck, but it is the one I put down to luck most often.
It happened almost 10 years ago and it is only recently that it dawned on me that, maybe, my break was more than luck.
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Talented Women Are Leaving The Workforce – Here’s How to Keep Them 08/11/2017 12:35 pm ET | Updated 3 hours ago I want to start this post by letting you know that I am a “dude.” I’m going to talk about how some companies are letting super talented millennial moms leave their organizations because they operate with a 1960’s mentality. I also want to preface that even though I am a dude, I feel women are superior to men in so many ways, especially as leaders.
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Now with double the insight! 9 August 2017 09:03 (South Africa) ADVERTISEMENT Companies must work harder at creating an environment for women leaders to rise to the top Christelle Grohmann 09 Aug 2017 08:14 (South Africa) Grant Thornton research into women in business shows almost no improvement since 2004.
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