More women in leadership and pipeline positions in STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Medicine) is key for the sector’s growth and success.
Learn how other sectors and organisations have grappled with the effective implementation of targets and quotas. Workshop best practice case studies. Your input will feed directly into the creation of resources and recommendations for sector-wide capacity building. Presented by the UTS Centre for Social Justice and Inclusion.
Thursday 25 July, 9.00am-5.00pm
Venue: Aerial UTS Function Centre
A literature review has also been prepared as backgrounding for the event.
|Welcome to Country||Uncle Chicka Madden, Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council|
Professor Andrew Parfitt, Provost and Senior Vice-President, UTS
Verity Firth, Executive Director, Social Justice, UTS Centre for Social Justice and Inclusion
Mike Lanzing, General Manager, UniBank
Libby Lyons, Director, Workplace Gender Equality Agency
She will share insights from the WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality accreditation process, focusing on on how to progress from aspirational targets to operational reality in recruitment, retention, promotion, and pipeline planning across all areas of an organisation.
|In-depth case studies||
Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE)
UTS Wingara Indigenous Employment Strategy
Developher, MYOB Group
Distinguished Professor Robert Wood will facilitate a discussion between:
Dr Sue Williamson
This session will include a presentation of findings and a facilitated workshop, where participants will have the opportunity to engage with insights from their own organisations. Insights from this session will be gathered for a de-identified pulse check report on sector engagement with gender equity targets.
|Wrap up||Debrief: Insights from the workshop|
*Correct as at 5 July 2019
Single Ticket $110 including GST + Booking Fee
Group discounts available for 5 (save 10%) and 10 (save 15%)
- Full-day program with keynote speaker, case studies and workshops
- Morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea
- Entry to evening networking refreshments and panel discussion event