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Delia Dent 8 Mar 18
Poor gender diversity is a leadership problem - Jacqui McNamara FiT chair
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Watterson 8 Mar 18
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Delia Dent 8 Mar 18
So privileged to be at the luncheon as we
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Jana D'Labaya 8 Mar 18
Gender diversity is a business problem
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Karen Scroope 8 Mar 18
Enjoying another great FITT IWD lunch Awesome presenters & thought provoking
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Dr Louise Mahler 8 Mar 18
Brigitte Gray doing a brilliant job mc’ing for the Women in IT and Telecommunications lunch
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Cat Walkerden 15 Mar 18
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Bella Lough 15 Mar 18
Honoured to be at the FitT lunch 2018
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Natalie Klak 8 Mar 18
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Lyn Murnane 15 Mar 18
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Bella Lough 15 Mar 18
Gender diversity is a business problem, it adds (on average) 7% net to the bottom line.
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Jen Firbank 8 Mar 18
One of the best speakers I’ve heard in a long time. Thanks - just a few tactics to put in play!
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Carolina Machado 8 Mar 18
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Cat Walkerden 15 Mar 18
Great anecdotes from FITT chair Jacqui M opening FITT IWD 2018
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Ashvin Pillai 8 Mar 18
- IWD Luncheon – a celebration, not only of the achievements of women but also raising awareness for the five clear calls to action
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Bella Lough 15 Mar 18
as always, both very entertaining and informative at
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Watterson 8 Mar 18
Dr Louise Mahler talks how basic breathing affects how you present yourself as a business leader
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Oisin O'Callaghan 8 Mar 18
Domestic abuse rises considerably following natural disasters and surprise losses by local sports teams. Time for change. Jacqui McNamara, chair of addresses the lunch
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Gordon Makryllos 14 Mar 18
Thank you to for your invitation to join the panel at Fantastic Event and a great opportunity to be inspired so many talented Women.
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Jana D'Labaya 8 Mar 18
Gender equality: If you want to make a change: start local, start with your team. Don’t try to boil the ocean
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