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Do you ever feel that you're just not good enough for your job?
Women still need male champions.
David Morrison being unofficially anointed a "Warrior for Women", reflects the belief that women need male champions in order to succeed.
Patricia Arquette wins her Oscar and has a few things to say.
Equal pay didn't quite happen, nor did the end of the tampon tax. And Aung San Suu Kyi isn't quite president of Mynamar. But we certainly had a good debate.
Ann Barnes: one of only six women Police and Crime Commissioners in the UK.
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If the FTSE 100 can do it, then the public sector can also wake up to the benefits of female representation.
This is an unusual sight in business. Women are more likely to sit at the side of the room. The number one rule to be successful is to sit at the table.
Women need to start believing in themselves to be successful. Men own their success but women attribute it to external factors. Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg learned this a while back.
Entrepreneurs are typically depicted as brash young men, a stereotype that may disadvantage older female business owner-operators.
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Female entrepreneurs still face substantial barriers to international expansion, including perceived discrimination in the Australian capital markets -- and that may limit Australia's economic growth.