Business topics website mybusiness.com.au has advocated the benefits of the success strategy tips provided by successful inductees to the Australian Businesswomen’s Network’s Hall of Fame, a project that recognises the achievements of 17 female entrepreneurs from various industries. The sharing of stories and tips through the Hall of Fame, CEO and Community Director, Suzi Dafnis believes, will serve to inspire and empower other female entrepreneurs. She believes empowerment is crucial, as women’s successes ought to be more publicly recognised, equivalent to the impact their businesses have on the economy and business community.
They bring to light Dr Catriona Wallace of Fifth Quadrant’s argument to be resilient, that business owners should “embrace failure, embrace criticism, keep getting back up and just do it.” Tammy May of My Budget says you must: “Define your values and let them guide all of your strategies. Your core values should act as pillars and assist with decision-making and problem solving from the top down.”
mybusiness.com.au accepts inductee Lisa McGuigan of Lisa McGuigan Wines’ strategy to build a great team, to “surround yourself with people who are smarter than you. They aren’t a threat because a collaboration of experts in their field will create a better overall outcome for you.” Kristina Karlsson of kikki.K tells us to follow your passion, as “if you have a real passion for what you do in your business life you will always inherently enjoy it.” They conclude with Chandra Clements of One Legacy’s advice to treat others with respect, as “people always remember how you made them feel well before they remember your name or your role. Make people feel worthwhile and help change the world.” My Business listed the 17 Inductees, including the likes of Maggie Beer of Maggie Beer Products, Liz Davenport, Robbie Sefton from Sefton & Associates and Christine Kris Macauley from Robbo’s Motorcycles. Read the full article, here.