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Celebrating the “right kind” of leader

Homeward Bound wellbeing faculty member Sandra Radovini’s promotion to Professor at The University of Melbourne is an event to be celebrated because it is rare to find women like Sandra, who don’t follow the prescribed academic path, elevated to these roles.

Why women in STEMM need a whole of life personal strategy

Putting together a leadership program for women in STEMM with the potential to ensure the sustainability of the planet is not a task for the faint hearted. Kit Jackson was on board the Homeward Bound “ship” from the start, identifying early on that these women needed more than business strategy tools to be effective leaders. They needed a Personal Strategy.

Homeward Bound awarded for scientific and cultural relations between Australia and Spain

Homeward Bound has been chosen as the recipient of the IV Malaspina Award in recognition its global work advancing the leadership capability of women in STEMM.

Homeward Bound STEMM leaders take kids’ climate message to COP26

A giant banner of drawings by over 2500 children from around the world, including 1,891 Australian kids, will go on display this week at COP26 in Glasgow.

#HBClimateLeaders at COP26 Glasgow

The COP26 summit in Glasgow runs from 31 October until 1 November 2021, brining together governments and other parties from around the world to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.

Antarctica is running out of time: Homeward Bound collaboration calls for new MPA

AntarcticaNOW is an international group of women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths and Medicine (STEMM) with disciplinary fields ranging from Antarctic research to conservation biology and public policy. It was founded by members of #TeamHB4, during the world’s largest ever all-woman expedition to Antarctica in 2019.  AntarcticaNOW members are united by a single cause: protecting the spectacular biodiversity of Antarctica.

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Celebrating the “right kind” of leader

Celebrating the “right kind” of leader

Homeward Bound wellbeing faculty member Sandra Radovini’s promotion to Professor at The University of Melbourne is an event to be celebrated because it is rare to find women like Sandra, who don’t follow the prescribed academic path, elevated to these roles.

read more
Why women in STEMM need a whole of life personal strategy

Why women in STEMM need a whole of life personal strategy

Putting together a leadership program for women in STEMM with the potential to ensure the sustainability of the planet is not a task for the faint hearted. Kit Jackson was on board the Homeward Bound “ship” from the start, identifying early on that these women needed more than business strategy tools to be effective leaders. They needed a Personal Strategy.

read more
Antarctica is running out of time: Homeward Bound collaboration calls for new MPA

Antarctica is running out of time: Homeward Bound collaboration calls for new MPA

AntarcticaNOW is an international group of women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths and Medicine (STEMM) with disciplinary fields ranging from Antarctic research to conservation biology and public policy. It was founded by members of #TeamHB4, during the world’s largest ever all-woman expedition to Antarctica in 2019.  AntarcticaNOW members are united by a single cause: protecting the spectacular biodiversity of Antarctica.

read more
Leadership lessons driving the race to net zero: Lorna Slater

Leadership lessons driving the race to net zero: Lorna Slater

Everything about our society is built on consuming as much as possible. Our economy, our social status, our success markers, our ‘normal’, is all built on buying more, more, more. Unfortunately this leads to a narrative that tackling the climate crisis means that we have to live poorer lives, when in fact is that it means that we can live lives that recognise what really matters: family, friends, time well spent, meaningful work, abundant nature.

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