Hillary Rodham Clinton Supports Mentoring For Empowering People

Australia had the pleasure of welcoming Hillary Rodham Clinton in Sydney this past week as she shared her insights and experiences of public life, an historical election and making an impact personally and professionally. 

As a partner of MentorCloud, it gives us great pride that the Founder and CEO Dr.  Ravishankar Gundlapalli was once invited by Mrs. Hillary Clinton, when she was United States Secretary of State, to deliver a keynote address on the power of mentoring for diaspora in the US. Being able to connect people across geographical borders is a unique function of the platform showing that regardless of distance, mentoring can be powerful any time and anywhere for empowering people with the wisdom they need to achieve their full potential.

Here is an article Dr. Gundlapalli wrote soon after that great honour.

See below Clinton's letter of acknowledgment to Dr. Ravi Gundlapalli.

MentorCloud is a leading mentoring software platform, helping companies rapidly increase employee engagement, productivity and retention. Activate knowledge flow to enhance a culture of learning. Catalyse 'meaningful conversations' between  inspirational leaders and aspiring employees to better attract, engage and retain top female talent.

MentorCloud is trusted by prestigious global organisations that include, Young Presidents Organization (YPO), Entrepreneur Organization (EO), Marriott International, IESE Business School, Spain and Illinois State University College of Business.
Interested in learning more about MentorCloud? Schedule a discovery call and demo here.

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Unconscious bias stops new mums returning to work and how to change that

Unconscious bias stops new mums returning to work and how to change that

Women make up 47% of the Australian workforce yet hold only 16.5% of CEO roles. When compared to their male counterparts, the gender pay gap explodes with women in management taking home $75k less in total remuneration.  Of the 12,000 organisations reporting into the WGE 29% do not have one women represented in management.  Unconscious bias is behind these trends and the reason why women are ceasing employment.

Experience 'The Power of 8' in Brisbane

Corporate Diversity Partners is thrilled to support the work of WORK180 as CEO Jeromine Alpe delivers her unique The Power of 8 Program in Brisbane on 22 May 2018.

  • Learn unique insights, strategies and skills to increase self-awareness, confidence and self-esteem for inclusion and peak performance. 
  • Build personal and professional leadership qualities, - the foundation to living a happy + balanced + successful life. 
  • Review mental health + wellbeing, build positive relationships, physical health, personal development, mindfulness practice, financial freedom and making a difference.

Jéromine Alpe's career spans over 25 years, as Founder, CEO, HR Director, Executive Coach and Business Mentor. Jéromine is using her experience and expertise as a catalyst to empower female excellence for gender equity, inclusion, diversity, happiness and peak performance.

Refreshments will be provided.

Tickets are $20 with proceeds donated to the chosen charity, Dress for Success. 

We invite the women of Brisbane to join us for an insightful program of personal and professional success. Register here for your ticket,