Posts Tagged ‘women in leadership’

Aggie Maisano

We’re delighted Aggie Maisano, who leads the Business Risk Team – Legal at PwC Australia, is part of the Vincent Fairfax Fellowship Cohort 26, 2021.

As the year-long Fellowship program unfolds, we’ll be collating Aggie’s reflections, from expectations to experience, here. It will provide a first-hand insight to what the program’s about, what it requires of participants and, in the longer term, what its impact has been.

June 2021

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How do you improve your capacity to self-observe, to be aware of when we are being reactive and impulsive? It’s in these moments that we often use our highest cognitive capacities to justify our worst behaviours. See more to be more. Rather than simply getting better at what they already do, transformational leaders balance courage and humility in order to grow and develop every day.

via Harvard Business Review, January 2019

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start-ups

There are 305 million start-ups in the world, and 100 million more opening each year. Of these, a frighteningly high proportion will fail. It is arguably tougher for women founders, with fewer of them and barriers such as the gender gap in venture capital investment continuing to be a problem. So, what do start-ups and SMEs need to succeed?

via Womens Agenda, May 2021

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