The Leadership Forum panel discussion presented perspectives on solutions to women's leadership obstacles from the U.S., Australia, Jamaica and the Pacific.

Executive women – and men – can become more effective leaders if they learn to develop their verbal and nonverbal communication skills, said Dr. Louise Mahler to attendees at the 2014 Global Women’s Leadership Forum. Mahler’s presentation was one of several activities geared to helping attendees improve their leadership skills.

The forum, held this past week in conjunction with World Council’s World Credit Union Conference in Gold Coast, Australia, was the annual gathering of Global Women’s Leadership Network members. The forum, held in partnership with Australian Women in Mutuals, attracted 125 women leaders from 24 countries.

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