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August 18, 2016

Orora – taking charge in times of change

On the 21st of July Orora Limited, a Gold NAWO Corporate Member, proudly held their first Quick Bite event in QLD at their Fibre Packaging plant in Rocklea. The event headline, ‘Taking Charge in Times of Change’, proved very popular...
August 18, 2016

MEDIA RELEASE – THE POLITICS OF GENDER DIVERSITY

MEDIA RELEASE 18 August 2016 The National Association of Women in Operations (NAWO) will tomorrow bring together representatives from key West Australian businesses in the operations […]
August 5, 2016

MEDIA RELEASE: IS SA READY FOR THE NEXT LEVEL?

Image: The Hon Zoe Bettison MP, Minister for the Status of Women, welcoming NAWO to SA via video message (see below) Representatives from key South Australian […]
July 20, 2016

Women in Industry Awards

Image – ABB’s finalists By Louise Weine I was lucky enough to attend the Women in Industry Awards this month, as a guest of ABB, a […]
June 21, 2016

Linfox launch

Image caption: (left to right) Tania Matthews, Annette Carey, Laurie D’Apice, Louise Weine. Images courtesy Linfox. Although the organisation is new to NAWO, Linfox has not […]
June 14, 2016

‘Transferable skills’ – Ridley backs a winner!

Claudine Ogilvie is familiar with pushing the boundaries. She found a like-minded ally in Ridley CEO, Tim Hart. Training with the Australian Institute of Sport as […]
June 9, 2016

‘Resilience’. ‘Buzz’ word of the moment… or game changer?

NAWO has a new offering in its suite of Professional Development Programs for 2016 – ‘Practical Resilience’. But just what is resilience? According to the Encarta […]
June 1, 2016

Avoiding the power trap!

In the first Professional Development Event for VIC in 2016, Incitec Pivot partnered with Sportsbet to sponsor and host an afternoon that focused on 'avoiding the power trap' by building your engagement and influencing skills - with your employees and children. We had two very engaging speakers and plenty of time for networking over lunch and afternoon tea. It was also great to hear some inspiring stories from the people that attended the workshop.
May 26, 2016

You don’t need to be an accountant to make sense of the bottom line!

Our first NAWO NSW Quick Bites event held on Wednesday 27 April 2016, was focussed on our learning priority of Corporate and Commercial Literacy. Although this is an important topic it is often viewed as a rather ‘dry’ subject - so we were thrilled to be generously hosted by Tooheys which was a huge drawcard for our members! Diane Utatao shares her event summary...
May 24, 2016

NAWO E-Newsletter – May edition online now!

The May edition of ‘Inspiration at Work’, NAWO’s E-Newsletter in online now. It’s full of all the latest news, events and information from NAWO. Didn’t receive it […]
May 12, 2016

Diversity – a business imperative for a modern age, in every sector

Granite Consulting, a recruitment service specialising in technology and business projects, invited NAWO Chair, Angela Tatlis, to present at a breakfast this month, on the topic: “Diversity […]
April 7, 2016

MAINTAINING MOTIVATION AND RESILIENCE

  The first NAWO NSW Professional Development Event for 2016 was  hosted by BlueScope and focused on Maintaining Motivation and Resilience. Diane Utatao of NAWO’S NSW […]

The Flexible and Agile Working conference is on 21-23 May in Sydney. Our National Director, Louise Weine will be on the panel discussion "What are the key considerations when implementing flexible and agile working?" For more info: questevents.com.au/flexible-a… pic.twitter.com/sdAFvg3ALX

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