Thirroul author writes about how women can break the gender code and stereotypes to reshape their lives

Greg Ellis
By Greg Ellis
Updated April 14 2021 - 1:52pm, first published September 15 2020 - 3:15am
Positive change: Danielle Dobson talking at Illawarra Women in Business about programmed behaviour and how it can be changed to make highly effective leaders even better leaders by doing it their own way. Picture: Greg Ellis.

A new book based on two years research of more than 50 high achieving women is exploring the hidden codes holding women back and how they can be re-written.

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Greg Ellis

Greg Ellis

Business Editor

Almost four decades in electronic, print and digital media. A writer, presenter, emcee, photographer and videographer with degrees in business management, marketing and human resources and tertiary qualifications in photography.

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