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EPO 2019 Brisbane | Q&A

EPO 2019 Brisbane | Q&A

Be briefed on the politics at play, economic forecasts and government, community and business strategy for the year ahead. In 2019 political leadership, the impacts of policy change and inaction and competing agendas for Australia’s future prosperity will be front and centre. To what degree will community expectations of policy makers be met and critical reform progressed?
14/02/2019


Q&A | Women in leadership: intention to action

Q&A | Women in leadership: intention to action

Professor Iris Bohnet is a VicHealth Leading Thinker, under an initiative that aims to make behavioural insights practical and accessible for organisations. She is the author of the award-winning book What Works: Gender Equality by Design and advises governments and companies on the topic around the world. Join Iris and leaders from across sectors as we explore what works to transform the underlying drivers of gender equality, and learn more about the tools, programs and initiatives that will effect change in your organisation.
14/02/2019


Professor Iris Bohnet | Women in leadership: intention to action

Professor Iris Bohnet | Women in leadership: intention to action

Professor Iris Bohnet is a VicHealth Leading Thinker, under an initiative that aims to make behavioural insights practical and accessible for organisations. She is the author of the award-winning book What Works: Gender Equality by Design and advises governments and companies on the topic around the world.
14/02/2019


Andrew Mackenzie | A new path to reconciliation

Andrew Mackenzie | A new path to reconciliation

Over many years, BHP has played an important role in the push for reconciliation in Australia. CEDA is honoured that BHP CEO Andrew Mackenzie will use his first presentation on a CEDA stage to address the critical issue of how to galvanise support and action for reconciliation in Australia. BHP was one of the first businesses to launch a Reconciliation Action Plan in 2007, with its most recent iteration granted Elevate status. Andrew will reflect on BHP’s lessons and aspirations for the future of reconciliation.
31/01/2019


Prof. Megan Davis | A path to reconciliation

Prof. Megan Davis | A path to reconciliation

Prof. Megan Davis (UNSW Sydney) reflects on BHP CEO Andrew Mackenzie's speech, the Uluru Statement from the Heart, and the path forward for Australia's indigenous community.
31/01/2019


Total Pages: 71