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Advancing Women: Increasing the participation of women in senior roles in the NSW public sector
Prepared for the NSW Public Service Commission, this report focuses its macro-lens on women leaders. The report concerns itself with what support and barriers exist for women on the trajectory towards seniority and offers recommendations.
The Women in Public Service Project: Meeting the 50x50 challenge
“Globally, women are vastly underrepresented in leadership positions across all sectors and regions. (…) To date, only 37 countries have reached the 30 percent mark in national legislative bodies, which is recognized as the critical mass of change.”
Representation of Women in Australian Parliaments 2014
"Across Australia women continue to be significantly under-represented in parliament and executive government, comprising less than one-third of all parliamentarians and one-fifth of all ministers."
Everyday Moments of Truth: Frontline managers are key to women’s career aspirations
"We surveyed more than 1,000 men and women in the US at all career levels, asking specifically about their interest in pursuing a top management position (board, CEO level, and one or two levels below CEO) in a large company."
It Starts With Us: The leadership shadow
The authors of this report offer a top-down model to encourage progress toward organisation-wide gender parity.
Why Do So Many Incompetent Men Become Leaders?
Women in Leadership: Understanding the gender gap
“This publication examines why women continue to be underrepresented in leadership positions and paid less than their male colleagues in the Australian workforce, looking at the full spectrum of issues”.
Some Ceilings Have More Cracks: Representative bureaucracy in federal regulatory agencies
“Integrating management literature on men and women in leadership with existing work on representative bureaucracy, this study constructed a new data set examining the distribution of women in leadership in 118 U.S. federal regulatory organizations.”