Women in Leadership research briefing

Women in Leadership research briefing

QLD
Jun 12

This briefing is invitation only to CEDA trustees. Trustees are senior leaders nominated by CEDA member organisations. Invitations to CEDA Trustee boardroom briefings are a valued benefit of CEDA membership.

Speakers

Hannah Piterman, Director of HPCG, Co-Founder of Gender Worx  

 Trustee only
 12/06/2013
 CEDA Boardroom, Brisbane, QLD

 Women in Leadership
 Lunch (12.00pm to 2.00pm)

   

    


Event overview

Following the national release of the CEDA policy perspective we are pleased to have research contributor Dr Hannah Piterman in Brisbane to present this CEDA research briefing.

CEDA's 2013 Women in Leadership: Understanding the gender gap policy perspective examines women in society, women in the workforce and women in leadership. It brings together expert commentary, current research findings, and is informed by presentations at CEDA Women in Leadership series events around the country. Policy perspective recommendations include reforms for consideration by government and business.

Through the Women in Leadership Series CEDA is acknowledged as providing thought leadership, new insights, discussion and debate on a complex topic. This research briefing is the final event in the CEDA Queensland Women in Leadership Series 2012-13 kindly supported by CEDA members Griffith University Business School, KPMG and NAB.

At CEDA research briefings guests hear from a research project contributor, put forward views and pose questions in a small group setting over a light lunch. All guests receive a copy of the released research report. These briefings are an integral part of CEDA membership.

Meet the speaker

Dr Hannah Piterman
Director of HPCG, Co-Founder of Gender Worx

Dr Hannah Piterman has a doctorate in Organisation Dynamics and a Master degree in Economics. In addition to contributing to CEDA's Women in Leadership: Understanding the gender gap research project, she recently authored The Leadership Challenge: Women in Management, a study undertaken for 16 major companies, government agencies and higher education institutions.

Kindly supported by CEDA members:

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