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In July 2015, The Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University appointed a female to lead its MBA Program. Kathryn Barraclough was previously the Director of the Masters in Finance Program at Vanderbilt University. Tepper School’s Dean, Robert Dammon, said of the appointment: “Kate Barraclough brings an impressive and broad background, ranging from academia[…]
Watching the 2016 US presidential election campaign unfold – Donald Trump versus Hillary Clinton – has been fascinating. We’re all global citizens these days, which is why it has been hard to look away from the highly-divisive and emotionally-charged political shenanigans. If there is an upshot, the campaign has put the lens on gender equality[…]
Australia is ranked #46 in the world for gender equality. The gap is slowly closing, but to be fully equal, women will have to wait 170 years. Here are some bitter truths of unequal pay in Australia alone. All facts found on www.wgea.gov.au Join together and make a change in your lifetime, not 170 years. Join[…]
Written by Jill Sweatman | Neuroscience Strategist for Change Management, Learning & Development, Guest Lecturer Knowing even a little about the brain will help your presentations, even if you are scared. And that, by the way, is perfectly natural. The brain loves a challenge. The brain loves novel and new experiences. The brain loves social interaction,[…]