The Femeconomy Network

Breaking down the Tall Poppy Syndrome – individual membership to The Femeconomy Network

We need more tall poppies in Australia. Emotionally intelligent leaders who our daughters and sons can aspire to be. People who can create the type of companies we want to work for and the type of world we want to live in. Over the last six months members from our community have shared they cannot find a safe online space to become a tall poppy. So, we decided to create one. It’s called The Femeconomy Network. A place where women are supported to succeed. To be ambitious. Where you can share and ask for real-time advice to create paths to leadership.

It’s a community of practice

The intention of The Femeconomy Network is to create a community of practice, sharing advice in real-time with guidance by experts. Communities of practice are formed by people who engage in a process of collective learning in a shared domain of human endeavour. In this case it is becoming a leader and changing the way companies operate.

We want you to own this community, not us.

The intention for this community is to attract a diverse group of women from right across Australia to access real-time professional advice from other women via a closed LinkedIn Group. The closed community group is a place for community conversation, not for promotion. Femeconomy will not be sharing content via this platform, as the content is driven by you. Femeconomy is providing the support structures, mechanisms and foundations.

The community will evolve according to your leadership needs.

As someone who has worked in community development for much of my career, I know communities take time to evolve. That is why we have asked our Ambassadors and Experts to share the journey with us.

The Femeconomy Network Ambassadors

Our Ambassadors are three of the reasons we have started this network, so we would like to take the time to introduce them to you.

Alina Dini, The Femeconomy Network

Alina Dini, Director, Energy Industry

Dr Mellissa Naidoo, Medical Executive, Health Industry

Patrice Brown, Founder and Director, Environmental Engineering Industry

The Femeconomy Network Experts

We have invited three of Femeconomy’s platinum business members to join the community as experts. Their role is to explore where you are on your path to leadership and provide relevant advice on that journey.

Kate Osborne, Founder, Leisure Seekers

Leisure Seekers is a complete Coaching service and utilises a unique collaboration system which builds competency using individuals’ strengths.

Maree McPherson, Mentor, Facilitator, Speaker and Author

Author of Cutting Through the Grass Ceiling: Women Creating Possibility in Regional Australia, Maree is an expert at supporting rural and regional women to achieve their goals through her business Maree McPherson Consulting.

Sam Trattles, Founder, Other Side of the Table

Author of I Love Negotiating and Founder of the Other Side of the TableSam has mastered a key skill many of us wish we were better at – negotiating.

Rewarding you for joining The Femeconomy Network

The Femeconomy Network community will exclusively receive our monthly email newsletter. The community will have access to competitions and discounts from our Femeconomy approved brands and a showcase of our female leader interviews.

How to join The Femeconomy Network

The yearly fee to join is $159 (including GST). 20% of your professional membership fee is donated to a charity below of your choice. We’re proud to partner with these charities who are building a more inclusive society with the ethos of women supporting women.

As we are a professional membership organisation, why not join before the end of the financial year and claim your membership in your tax return.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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Posted by Alanna Bastin-Byrne - Femeconomy Director

CEO of the house, community builder and a globetrotting nomad. Background in Marketing and Communications leadership in the UK and Australia.