Everything, Everyone, All At Once | Laini Bennett

Everything, Everyone, All At Once

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Despite life’s curveballs—single motherhood, financial struggles, and a legal battle—Chiou See Anderson’s unwavering drive propelled her to success. Now President of the National Council of Women of Australia, she champions policies that empower others to achieve their dreams. It’s Wednesday lunchtime, and National Council of Women of Australia (NCWA) President Chiou See Anderson is worn

A Disruptive Influence | Laini Bennett

A Disruptive Influence

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When registered nurse and mother of four, Tamar Krebs, launched her business, Group Homes Australia, she was determined to disrupt the aged care industry. For too long, there had been no alternative to the traditional care model, particularly for those living with dementia, and she believed the industry was ripe for change. Here, Krebs shares

The Feminine CEO | Laini Bennett

The Feminine CEO

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Is it possible to be a feminine CEO and still kick goals? Aged care service provider Benetas CEO Sandra Hills certainly believes so. She shares her advice for balancing femininity and strong leadership, and managing in times of change. A couple of years ago, Benetas CEO Sandra Hills was sorting through her mail when she