Shifting Into the Driver’s Seat—Building the Leadership Capacity of Australia’s Cattlewomen

Leigo, Sally
Society for Range Management
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For too long, Australian cattlewomen have been pas- sengers, rather than the drivers, of the beef indus- try’s future. In this article, I describe the experience of delivering a series of capacity-building workshops to Northern Territory, Australia, cattlewomen; re ect on how else cattlewomen can become leaders; and, through a case study, outline the importance of having Australian cattle- women sharing the driver’s seat of the industry’s future.DOI: 10.2458/azu_rangelands_v35i6_leigo
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