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To Hold Women Back, Keep Treating Them Like Men
Filling the Pool
The result of a two year project, this report addresses the ongoing gender gap at decision-making and corporate levels. The report looks at gender parity with the aim of offering strategies to increase the representation of women in these fields.
Filling the Pool Project Overview
"Filling the Pool is an exploration of how Western Australian businesses can increase participation rates of female leaders in order to enhance their long term prosperity."
Women in Leadership Strategy: Promoting equality and dismantling barriers
"The Women in Leadership initiative was announced by the Secretary, Peter N Varghese AO, in December 2014 to look into the reasons why women’s career progression in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) is not equal to that of men."
The Meritocracy Myth: A preview to the upcoming whitepaper
"The merit process is flawed, and overcoming our well-intended belief in a meritocracy - which does not exist - is a missing piece in the diversity conversation."
Confronting Gender Inequality in Uncertain Times: The LSE's 2015 commission on gender inequality and power revisited
Utilising contemporary examples from global and local stages, this report analyses several areas where gender inequalities continue to prevail. The authors reaffirm previous recommendations which aim to progress gender equity.
Developing Female Leaders
“By exploring and addressing the barriers to female mobility, there is an opportunity to enhance both individual careers and organisational performance.”
Kick down doors for women: finance chiefs
"Senior figures in finance have urged the industry to raise the number of women in top executive and director roles, by changing a culture that can limit female career progression."
Gender Equality in Leadership
“A strategy for gender equality in leadership in the South Australian Public Sector”.
Actions Speak Louder than Words: CEO conduct that counts
"What does it take for an organisation to truly harness the power of its employees to improve productivity and business performance? Increasingly, business leaders are realising that the answer lies in creating a positive work environment".
‘Not yet 50/50’ – Barriers to the Progress of Senior Women in the Australian Public Service
"In most countries around the world women remain in the minority when it comes to senior positions in both the public and private sectors. That there are barriers to their progression is not in doubt."
HAYS Gender Diversity: Why aren’t we getting it right?
"What influences selection to senior management and executive positions? What part does gender bias play in the process? "