Launching a startup means hustle. And that’s hard. The demands are high, the hours long, and the stresses can at times make you feel like you’re about to explode. So how to entrepreneurs cope with all of those pressures and avoid burnout? We spoke to seven founders and CEOs about their strategies to avoid burnout,… Read more »
A new study into Australian companies found profitability, performance and productivity increase under female leadership Female top-tier managers add 6.6% to market value of ASX companies Increasing female representation on ASX-listed company boards by 10% or more added $78.5 million in market value A female CEO led to a 12.9% increase in the… Read more »
A recent study of the habits of Australian women CEOs has revealed that the road to the top is haphazard for many female leaders.
When you first start your job is to breathe life into your idea, but once you figure out product-market fit, your focus must change from survival to growth.
If you talk to most venture capitalists or authors of management books, I’d wager the majority of them would argue all day with you on one fundamental truth: thy should only have ONE chief executive in a startup.