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Home Features The Coach Julia Gillard’s tips for aspiring women leaders
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Being a leader is challenging, being a woman leader has additional dimensions of difficulty, being a woman leader committed to the pursuit of gender equality is harder still.
If I had a secret sauce that somehow made it easier, I would be sharing the ingredients, I assure you. Unfortunately I don’t.
However, I do want to leave the women leaders and the women aspiring to be leaders with four key lessons from my own experience that I think matter if you want to be the best possible leader in today’s world.
Julia Gillard AC was the 27th Prime Minister of Australia, the first women to serve in that role.
This article is an extract of an address by Julia Gillard to the South Australian public sector, hosted by IPAA South Australia and the Office for the Public Sector in March 2017.
Tags : gender equity, Julia Gillard, women in leadership