Issue No. 16 - April/May 2004
”In-Businesswoman” blows out its first candle
by Penelope Herbert
by Dr. Susan Nelle and Dr. Susan Nelle
by Alissa Fisher
‘When I joined the Chamber in 1998, I had no idea where my career might lead,’ relates Alisha, ‘but with strong support from the then CEO, Joyce Woody, and the President, Allen Bolaffi, I gained so much confidence because they had confidence in me.’ Listening and learning have played a significant role in Alisha meeting the demands of Chamber life with every day offering different challenges and opportunities....
Let´s talk Leadership
The Teleran Group has launched a new program – Leaders in Conversation — for ‘accomplished leaders’ who are looking for something other than structured training and don’t want to interrupt their working day....
The Invisible Woman
by Jo Stewart-Rattray
Currently the Director of Information Security for Vectra Corporation, Jo specialises in information security issues with a particular emphasis on infrastructure in both the commercial and operational areas of business....
Workplace Injuries Create Black—holes
“Despite improvements in claim numbers in recent years, far too many South Australians are being injured at work," said WorkCover’s CEO, Professor Julia Davison....
Issue No. 15 - February/March 2004
Advancing the Knowledge Networks
Dr Helen Paige
Few people would find the Monarto Development Commission a catalyst for personal growth; but the turning point came for Helen Paige when she was an executive secretary in the late 1970s....
Balancing a Business Life
Nadia Minuzzo Larsen
Women who choose to be nurses or carers often have an intrinsic desire to serve the needs of those less fortunate....