It seems that International Women’s day started early this year. I have had a busy week sharing my thoughts on women in leadership and innovation. In addition to the panel mentioned in the previous blog, I did a keynote for the Testra marketing team and chatted to Linda Mottram on ABC 702 Sydney on the current state of ‘service’ in Australia.
I attended the Head over Heels event – profiling three entrepreneurial women as they shared their vision. Caroline Rafferty of Track Me Back has invented a web site to make it easier for expats, wanting to return to Australia, to find a job. Nichole Billett of gcd exhibition and retail construction company is adding her own flavor to the 40 year old family business and Mandi Gunsberger has created an amazing online publication called Babyology.
Monday – In the office for one on one meetings
Tuesday – Our company wide meeting and a presentation for Ernst Young
Wednesday – Hosting a lunch and learn for the RedBalloon team – we will be welcoming Audette Exel to share the ISIS story. Attending an evening business event entitled ‘Decoding Generation Y’
Thursday– Attending the Veuve Clicquot business woman of the year, and speaking at Women in Franchising
Friday – Melbourne for business meetings with potential clients.
[…] Most people in Australia would be familiar with Naomi, she is one of Australia’s best known female bloggers and has been seen countless times in various sources of media, she is not only flying the flag for mothers, but women right across the country – check out some of the things she is doing to support International Womens day. […]