Sunday, April 11, 2021

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THE TRAILBLAZER: Women Leaders 2021 Corette Miller Jill Button What started as a chance meeting and a simple thought to share office space, referrals and expenses quickly blossomed into ‘ThryvX’, launched in February 2020 just as the pandemic was quickly spreading around...
THE TRAILBLAZER: Women Leaders 2021 Mia Saini It wouldn’t be a miscalculation if we say that the beauty industry has been overwhelmingly focused on women's skincare in comparison to men. Except for basic grooming and hair styling products, there are hardly any...
In Australia and around the world, failures in flood warnings can have devastating effects. But 'humanitarian engineering' may have the answer.
We are only just beginning to understand the importance of this deep and hidden area of the inter-reef that supports a rich diversity of marine life.
In a digital age, and with unequal access to vaccines, there are considerable potential downsides to so-called 'vaccine passports'
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Students across Australia have started the new school year using pencils, pens and keyboards to learn to write. In workplaces, machines are also learning to write, so effectively that within a few years they may write better than humans. Sometimes...
TOURISM With each passing day, the grave future of Earth becomes more stark. The disruption of COVID-19 has not been enough to shift the trajectory, nor has it prompted polluting sectors of the economy to reconsider the harms they inflict...
HACKING Business etiquette has one golden rule: treat others with respect and care. The same is true for encouraging cyber safety at work, on everything from password security to keeping valuable information like tax file numbers safe. But how can you...
THE TRAILBLAZER: Women Leaders 2021 Denise Sangster An expert, someone with a unique skillset gathered over 25 years of experience, Denise Sangster, the President and CEO of Global Touch Inc., knows exactly how to "unleash" the power of partner ecosystems, accelerating IT...
“I have been the only woman in a room full of men more times than I can count. I have been verbally assaulted countless times and had the very real gender wage gap punch me in the face far more than once. I have dealt with overt sexism and harassment, and more than a few situations that were far beyond morally “just”,” shares Lexie. “How have I overcome? I’ve just kept going. I haven’t stopped. I’ve picked myself up, turned to my support system outside of work when needed, and have used all that’s inherently wrong in the workplace to motivate me and ultimately rise above.”

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