Unpacking unconscious bias for an inclusive, diverse & empowered public sector
Conference Date
15th & 16th November 2016
Location
Canberra Rex Hotel
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Overview

The disparity between the number of women in the public sector and the number of female leaders in the public sector is an alarming statistic and one that should be of deep concern to men and women alike.

The ingrained organisational barriers that women are faced with seriously limit their ability for progression. Without providing equal opportunities for men and women across the APS we cannot ensure we are getting the best leadership available.

This conference will deliver methods to provide equal opportunity for all of your workforce. Through inspirational messages from women who have overcome adversity and men who are championing change, you will leave this conference ready to settle for nothing less than inclusion.

Find out more about our upcoming 2017  Women in Leadership - ACT conference.

Attend to learn:

  • Create an inclusive working environment

  • Overcome barriers for female progression

  • Secure buy in from men and senior staff

  • Fast track your own career progression

Key Speakers

Julie McKay
Gender Advisor to the Chief of Defence
Department of Defence
Sarah Court
Commissioner
ACCC
Greg Mullins
Commissioner
Fire & Rescue NSW
Kathryn Southgate
Sector Lead - Government
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What People Are Saying

  • “Excellent conference, inspirational speakers. I was completely engaged for two days. I met some amazing people and made great connections who I intend to keep in touch with.”

    Aggie Marek
    Director, ACCC, attendee of the 2016 Public Sector Women in Leadership conference

Blog

  • Date: 24 Jan 2018  By: Maisie Holder

    8 top tips from female public sector leaders Despite the incredible strides made towards gender equality in the last decade, women in senior level positions continue to be significantly underrepresented. For women struggling to overcome professional, personal and structural challenges, we have put together 8 pieces of advice taken from Senior Leaders speaking at the …

  • Date: 11 Oct 2017  By: Maisie Holder

    The Pursuit of Gender Equality: An Uphill Battle, a recent report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), highlights that little progress has been made since the 2012 OECD report Closing the Gender Gap Now. Here’s a summary of the key findings from the report. Women in OECD countries leave school with better …

  • Date: 20 Sep 2017  By: Katherine Kingsle

    There are a variety of factors that prevent women from achieving gender parity in the workplace. Personal factors like family obligations affect many women, but for many more, it is the structural and organisational barriers that stand in their way. For women struggling to overcome professional, personal and structural challenges, here are 7 top tips …

  • Date: 14 Sep 2017  By: Jackie Woods

    Equal Pay Day is a big day for raising awareness of the gender pay gap: its size, its impact, its causes and most importantly, what to do about it. It’s also a big day for gender pay gap deniers – a small but determined group, affronted that we continue to peddle such ‘rubbish’. Equal Pay Day …

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