As published on the Femeconomy website.
Women represent about 18% of quoted media sources when it comes to business. So, the stories of Australian female leaders go largely untold. Femeconomy’s female leader interviews with our community are a way to remedy this imbalance for the women achieving outstanding results in business.
Stories of female leaders, who typically pursue non-traditional, non-linear career paths are fascinating. We want to know in their words how they’ve reached the pinnacles of leadership. These trailblazing female leaders’ stories, wisdom and friendship have left an indelible imprint on us, as they will on you. Enjoy!
1. SAM TRATTLES, FOUNDER, OTHER SIDE OF THE TABLE AND AUTHOR. (Attended Clayfield College and St Hilda’s School – Gold Coast)
Sam Trattles has negotiated and leveraged more than $450 million worth of deals and is the Author of I Love Negotiating
Pollyanna Lenkic has completed over 525 skydives and helps organisations create high-performing cultures and high-performing teams.
AFR’s 100 Women of Influence, Michelle Redfern, asks, are women in sport progressing?
Amanda Webb shares what is missing from the diversity conversation.
Kyelie Baxter, a beacon for adopting technology in the accounting industry.
Brooke MacGregor and Tammy Stanton are reducing children’s gender stereotypes.
Caroline McGuire understands how leadership neuroscience can make highly qualified technical staff into leaders.
Dr Cathryn Lloyd uses creativity and art as a central methodology to solve complex business problems.
Gillian Corban and Amanda Blair celebrate over 30 years in a successful retail business.
Judith Treanor, an intrepid modern-day ethical East India Company adventurer.
Cecily McGuckin, the only female CEO in the steel business in Australia.
Victoria Kluth on starting with two employees and one client in 2013 to an award-winning, technology consultancy now employing over 250 people and turning over $30m per annum.
Daile Drevins on how technology and industry trends support but don’t ever replace good design.
You are the female economy. Whether you are a female consumer, business owner or a woman in the workforce, you can create gender equality by choosing female-led brands.