From 8:30 am to 4:20 pm.
The 3rd Corporate Gender Equality Summit will look at the challenges faced by women in the workplace and will discuss the policies being developed to achieve gender equality.
The 3nd Annual Gender Equality in Australia's Workplaces Summit will feature senior female leaders from corporate, government and not-for-profit sectors expressing their views the complex topic of gender equality in Australia's workplaces. Join policy-makers, industry leaders, academics, legal advisors and consultants in a two-day summit.
Senator Claire Moore, Senator for Queensland
Dr Mary Crawford, Visiting Scholar, QUT
Helen Wiseman, Not-for-profit Board Member and Mentor, Melanoma Institute
Cherelle Murphy, Senior Economist, ANZ Emeritus
Professor Alison Mackinnon AM, FASSA, Hawke Research Institute, University of South Australia
Frances Feenstra, Chair, The 100% Project
Annette Hughes, Partner, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Catherine Raffaele, Senior Research Analyst, Workplace Research Centre, University of Sydney
Kathryn Dent, Director, People + Culture Strategies
Maxine Morand, CEO, Breast Cancer Network Australia
Sema Musson, Senior Manager, Strategy, Culture and Diversity, IAG
Critical issues to be discussed include: Gender Equality in Australia 2013: The Policy Context Getting the organisational gender balance right ASX diversity reporting and female board representation Quotas, do they help or hinder progress on gender equality? Case-Study: Becoming a Senior Corporate Woman: A view from the top Telework as a Tool for Gender Equality in Workplaces Fostering the Next Generation of Female Executives Panel discussions: Eliminating the 'unconscious bias' and promoting female leadership The Role of Men in Building Gender Equality.
Two day conference: $ 1974.50 AUD
Artists / Speakers: Sema Musson, Maxine Morand, Kathryn Dent, Catherine Raffaele, Annette Hughes, Frances Feenstra, Professor Alison Mackinnon, Cherelle Murphy, Helen Wiseman, Dr Mary Crawford, Senator Claire Moore.