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From time to time, there are Things To Say.

This is usually about millennials and the changing shape of the workforce, women in leadership, how to change the world and have fun doing it, a more equitable and purpose-driven form of business, or a mashup of all of the above. Have a cheeky peruse.

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RNZ: Board diversity essential for leadership in 2018

Companies need not only more women on boards but a mix of ages, cultures, sexual orientations and abilities if they want to adapt quickly - and keep customers. Read more


In Aid of a Life Less Ordinary

A life lived with authenticity of self and a will to always curious and adventurous provides the perfect basis for a life less ordinary. Read more

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Engaging millennial workers key to future business success

Companies should embrace the millennial workforce and their expectations if they are to succeed, a young Christchurch entrepreneur says. Read more


Coming Home - A Reflection on Session Two

Reflections on the New Zealand Leadership Programme, 2018 Read more

Embracing radical flexibility to attract millennials

Embrace ‘radical flexibility’ – that was the advice to travel industry leaders at the TAANZ tourism industry summit hosted by Air New Zealand. Read more


Embrace The Millennial Mindset

In this Twice podcast interview, Andrea chats about my reflections on SEWF2017 and the future of GirlGuiding NZ. #SEWF2017 Read more


Broad-ly Speaking: Telling it as it is

Women are so powerful on an individual, collective and global level, and we're a force to be reckoned with in the business world. Read more


Massey Women of Influence: Andrea Brewster

Massey business graduate Andrea Brewster was a finalist in the Young Leader category in the Women of Influence Awards. Read more

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