Tag Archive | "Diversity"

ASX Gender Reporting Guidelines – your cheat sheet to the key points

I received a note from Sarah at the EEO Trust in New Zealand asking if we could supply a quick summary of the key points in the new ASX corporate governance guidelines relating to gender diversity reporting.  Here’s the summary we’ve prepared which may also be of assistance to you in planning how your organisation […]

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Westpac follows Comm bank lead in introducing 40 per cent target for women in top leadership roles

At an Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce gathering in Sydney this week Westpac Chief Gail Kelly announced a new target to lift female representation in the Bank’s top 10% leadership ranks from the 33% of present to 40% by 2014.  Speaking at the same event, Prime Minister Julia Gillard and prominant board director Catherine Livingstone also […]

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Engaging men in gender diversity programs – 5 steps to success

I’ve long held the belief that women alone can’t solve the gender equality puzzle… but getting men to drive the change is sometimes easier said than done.  This article from The Glass Hammer points out that while gender equality is a hot topic, the message hasn’t yet filtered down to the “Average Joe”.  Author Elizabeth […]

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True believers? Two of Australia’s leading CEOs send conflicting messages about the strategic priority of gender equality

I’ve been pondering this week just how important gender equality in leadership is to the business community in Australia?  With the release of the 2010 Census of Women in Leadership (showing we’ve made almost no progress since reporting began in 2002), and ongoing attention around the ASX gender reporting guidelines, the consistent message from corporate […]

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Want to boost Australia’s GDP by 11 percent? The answer is to tap into Australia’s hidden resource – our women.

New research by Goldman Sachs JBWere finds that whilst some progress has been made in Australia towards gender equality, we’re still have two thirds to go. And the estimated value for closing the gender equity gap is 11%!  “A large gulf exists in the historical measures of male and female productivity growth in Australia. Male […]

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2010 Census of Women in Leadership shows curb in downward trend but little change for women in leadership roles in Australia

The long awaited bi-annual census results of women in leadership roles in Australia have been released today by EOWA, the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency.  Following a downward trend in almost every category in the 2008 results, the 2010 census results have been eagerly awaited.  The good news is the downward trend […]

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