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For me, judging the Telstra Business Women’s awards was a reminder of the importance of women backing themselves.  I honed in on the entrants who were happy to tell the world about their successes and failures, whose vision for the … Continue reading

YOUR INVITE TO NETWORK

City of Melbourne Women in Business lunch 2017   Engaging Women is thrilled to be involved in this year’s City of Melbourne ‘Women in Business’ networking event. Melbourne’s magnificent Town Hall will host hundreds of guests who will receive insights … Continue reading

WHATS ON IN AUGUST

New month, new opportunities to get out and about. We’ve compiled a snapshot of activities to ensure a cracking August!   Melbourne Women in Business lunch @ Melbourne Town Hall. Facilitated by Engaging Women founder Martine Harte.   Date Thursday 24th … Continue reading

VIDEO: ART OF EMPOWERMENT

Interview with Kemi Nekvapil

Our new video content is all about sharing strategies and techniques to enable more women to embrace their voice in Australian society. It’s not just for business women or aspiring women leaders, it’s for artists, makers, scientists, sportswomen, professional mums, no matter what stage … Continue reading

YOUNG LEADERS PROGRAM - HOW TO APPLY

Joan Kirner Young Emerging Leaders Program how to apply   I had the opportunity to meet the late Joan Kirner and was the recipient of her words of wisdom on several occasions. I’m not at all surprised a Young and Emerging Leaders Program … Continue reading

BE INSPIRED BY OUR ENGAGING WOMEN

MC, panel facilitator, gender diversity social commentator on women’s rights MARTINE HARTE Martine Harte is a dedicated gender equality advocate, who was awarded a prestigious Melbourne Press Club Gold Quill Award for excellence, a Logie award nomination for journalism and … Continue reading

THE ART OF SPONSORSHIP

Interview with Kemi Nekvapil

A recent report by the Women’s Gender Equality Agency and Curtain University reveals that even female execs are earning $93,000 less on average than our male counterparts. A gap which comes to around 26 percent. Gender bias and dinosaur attitudes towards women … Continue reading

MAKING HERSTORY

Bravo Greens Senator Larissa Waters who breastfed her beautiful baby in the Australian Senate today. In her first appearance in the chamber since the birth of her second child, Waters brought her baby into the chamber during a vote on … Continue reading