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Number of Female Directors on ASX Stalls
"A new report shows little progress has towards the target of women holding 30 per cent of boardroom seats at Australia's biggest listed companies."
The Women Leaders Index 2016-17
A league table and report on the proportion of women among senior civil servants in the G20 and EU nations, 2013-2016.
ASX200 Senior Executive Census 2017
"This Census measures the number of executive women in ASX200 executive leadership teams and also highlights the proportion of women in ‘line’ roles and ‘functional’ roles."
Cracking the Glass-Cultural Ceiling: Future proofing your business in the 21st Century (synopsis report)
"Australian organisations with culturally and gender balanced leadership teams are well positioned to thrive in today’s diverse and complex operating environments."
Why are women so poorly represented in local government administrative leadership and what can be done about it?
"This 50/50 by 2030 Foundation brief reports the findings of a workshop convened by LG Professionals Australia on why are women so poorly represented in local government administrative leadership and what can be done about it?"
Advancing Women: Women and the order of Australia
This guide conveys who is eligible for the Order of Australia and how they can be nominated. Chapter two of the guide reflects that women continue to be underrepresented among nominees.
The International Civil Service Effectiveness (InCiSE) Index 2017
The InCiSE Index offers comparative evidence on the effectiveness of central government civil services. It seeks to answer what constitutes an effective civil service and how leaders can recognise national performance against effectiveness indicators.
30% by 2018: Gender diversity progress report (Quarterly Report: Volume 8, 2017)
“2016 was a great year for female appointments to ASX 200 boards. (…)Unfortunately, 2017 tells a different story. In addition to losing a few female directors from a couple of boards (…) the appointment rate has been far from impressive.”
To Quota or not to Quota
"In Australia today 13 of the largest companies have no women at all on their board (...) With the captains of industry failing to appoint women to the top table - The Policy Shop asks - should gender quotas in the workforce be mandatory?"
Keys to Elected Office: The essential guide for women
This guide utilises past research, commissioned by the Barbara Lee Family Foundation, to discuss voter attitudes towards women candidates and offers itself as an essential guide for women seeking to run as candidate for governor.
What's Working to Drive Gender Diversity in Leadership
While companies strive for gender diversity among their leaders, there is ambiguity around the effectiveness of incentives. This report offers a glimpse of the challenges and successes experienced by Australian organisations and offers recommendations.
Advancing Women in Australia: Eliminating bias in feedback and promotions
"Accessing the benefits of diversity demands that our organisations be meritocratic. Yet, defining who has merit and who does not without introducing subjectivity and bias remains challenging in practice."