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Gender inequity must be addressed as key business issue

Workplace Gender Equality Agency Director, Libby Lyons outlines the results of the Australian Gender Equality Scorecard and what employers must do to promote gender equality.
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07/12/2016

http://ceda.com.au/Digital-hub/Blogs/CEDA-Blog/Dec-2016/Gender-inequity-must-be-addressed-as-key-business-issue


Unconscious bias needs more attention

More attention to unconscious bias, not quotas is what’s needed to progress more women into leadership positions, Westpac, Australian Financial Services, Chief Executive, Brian Hartzer told a CEDA audience in Sydney. Read more…

27/09/2013

http://ceda.com.au/News-and-analysis/CEDA-Events/Unconscious-bias-needs-more-attention


Women in leadership - not just a women’s issue

South Australia’s CEOs will need to take charge of removing roadblocks that prevent women from participating fully in the workforce to address skills shortages and boost their bottom line, a CEDA forum in Adelaide has heard. Read more…

01/04/2012

http://ceda.com.au/News-and-analysis/CEDA-Events/Women-in-leadership-not-just-a-women’s-issue


Attracting women into STEM

Stereotypes that pervade for our young girls is that tech whizzes are the Zuckerberg’s, gaming is for guys and coding is for geeks Microsoft Australia Managing Director, Pip Marlow has told a CEDA audience in Perth. Read more…

15/03/2016

http://ceda.com.au/News-and-analysis/CEDA-Events/Attracting-women-into-STEM


Australia urgently needs a national strategy for STEM

In order to address future workforce needs, which will be dependent on skills to interact with advanced technologies, Australia urgently needs a STEM strategy, Dr Marlene Kanga told a CEDA forum on future workforce trends. Read more…

21/07/2016

http://ceda.com.au/News-and-analysis/CEDA-Events/Australia-urgently-needs-a-national-strategy-for-STEM


Women in Leadership: Looking Below the Surface (2011)

CEDA's publication titled Women in Leadership: Looking Below the Surface examines unconscious bias against women in the workplace. The publication was launched in September 2011 in Melbourne by Federal Minister for the Status of Women, the Hon Kate Ellis. Read more…

21/09/2011

http://ceda.com.au/Research-and-policy/All-CEDA-research/Research-catalogue/Women-in-Leadership-Looking-Below-the-Surface-(20


Women in Leadership: Understanding the gender gap (2013)

This 2013 report provides recommendations on closing the gender gap including enabling workplace meritocracies, changing workplace culture and engaging leaders and introducing accountability. Read more…

06/06/2013

http://ceda.com.au/Research-and-policy/All-CEDA-research/Research-catalogue/Women-in-Leadership-Understanding-the-gender-gap-(2013)


Women in Leadership: Understanding the gender gap (2013)

This 2013 report provides recommendations on closing the gender gap including enabling workplace meritocracies, changing workplace culture and engaging leaders and introducing accountability. Read more…

01/06/2013

http://ceda.com.au/Research-and-policy/Recent-research/Women-in-Leadership-Understanding-the-gender-gap-(2013)


Best leaders embrace change

The best leaders are those open to change, Dell Managing Director Australia and New Zealand, Angela Fox has told a CEDA event in Brisbane. Read more…

31/03/2015

http://ceda.com.au/News-and-analysis/CEDA-Events/Best-leaders-embrace-change


CEDA report: Five years of Women in Leadership – progress too slow

A publication reflecting on five years tackling the issue of increasing gender equality in the workplace and increasing the number of women in leadership positions in Australia shows little progress h Read more…

26/03/2015

http://ceda.com.au/News-and-analysis/Media-releases/CEDA-report-Five-years-of-Women-in-Leadership-–-progress-too-slow