NSW Women in Leadership Series: diversity and inclusion



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CEDA's Women in Leadership Series continues to shine a spotlight on the issue of gender inequality in the workplace. Now in its 7th year CEDA remains committed to Women in Leadership, and will continue to attract influential thought leaders to comment on the major policy issues confronting women in public and corporate life.

In NSW, the Women in Leadership Series will examine:

  • Untapped potential: allowing diversity to unlock workplace productivity;
  • Girls, education and opportunity;
  • In pursuit of gender equality: the forward agenda; and
  • Valuing your talent pipeline: ensuring career pathways that promote gender equality.

In NSW, the Women in Leadership series supported by CEDA members:

 

 

 

In ACT, the Women in Leadership discussion will examine Strengthening Women's Economic Security.

Sponsorship opportunities available. 

Upcoming events


Women in Leadership: Untapped potential | Sydney | 17 March 2017

View CEDA's upcoming Women in Leadership events listing.


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Five years of Women in Leadership

On 27 March 2015, CEDA celebrated five years of Women in Leadership discussions and research with the release of
CEDA’s Top 10 Speeches: Women in Leadership 2010–2015, a collection of the most influential and interesting Women in Leadership speeches on the CEDA stage over the last five years.

In 2015, CEDA's Women in Leadership event series will continue to discuss important issues about how Australia can close the gender gap, including:

  • Why women are still under-represented in leadership roles;
  • The changes required to move more women into leadership and senior management positions; and
  • How to address the gender pay gap