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(Spin Digit Editorial):- Perth, Western Australia Mar 14, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – As a co-founder and CEO of an established SME in Australia, Lorraine Garvie is part of a shocking statistic; only 18.3% of CEOs in Australia are women! In the lead-up to this year’s International Women’s Day, Lorraine decided to take a good look at how gender bias showed up in her own business and was shocked at what she found.
Being a strong women’s advocate in Perth’s premium business network for the last 7 years, and a prominent business coach for the previous decade, Ms. Garvie knows that women are well represented within her business and among her clients. However, it was only when she put a call out for nominations of women leaders in businesses turning over $1.5 million, with a very mixed response, that she dug deeper and was forced to acknowledge the statistics. “At District32 we have four levels of membership,” she said, “and while women represent 85% of our members in the ‘start up’ phase, that figure drops to just 13% of female representation in our Premium members.”
Lorraine Garvie is passionate about turning these figures around. She has established a sponsorship for women who break the bias, and this International Women’s Day gave away Premium Memberships and other prizes valued at a total of $32 0000. “We have to find ways to encourage women to break through the glass ceiling and reach for the top echelon of business,” she says.
“There’s definitely a global awareness and a movement to close the gap between men and women in top leadership positions,” Ms. Garvie said, “but shouldn’t we all start to address the gender bias at a grassroots level? By knowing the numbers in our own businesses, we can find real and valid ways to encourage women to excel at the highest level.”
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This article was originally published by IssueWire. Read the original article here.