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Seventeen new members join the ranks of Global Women

Written by Global Women, 18.02.16
Global Women warmly welcomes our 17 new members from our November 2015 intake who have now joined the organisation, who represent a broad cross section of leaders from the private to public sector, corporate to not-for-profit, small business to entrepreneurs, and rural to international.  Each of...
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Her path to leadership: lawyer Silvana Schenone

Written by Global Women, 17.02.16
Global Women member Silvana Schenone is a corporate partner at Minter Ellison Rudd Watts. Silvana has a remarkable international background, having practiced law in New York, Chile and New Zealand, and holds a Master in Laws from Harvard University, with distinction in corporate law...
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The Myths and Realities of Generational Diversity

Written by Global Women, 15.02.16
Michelle Dickinson In Dr Michelle Dickinson’s office at the University of Auckland, an older colleague will email her formally, then print the email and then walk it to her office in case it hadn’t come through – at the same time her students will...
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Introducing Rachel Petero, new director of Breakthrough Leaders

Written by Global Women, 11.02.16
Breakthrough Leaders 2016[sitetree_link,id=34] kicked off this week with a brand new Leadership Development Director at the helm: Rachel Petero, who has come back home to Aotearoa after 15 years abroad. rachel petero article A Global Women member with Waikato-Tainui heritage, Rachel’s entrepreneurial endeavours have included founding...