Women in Leadership: Looking below the surface – CEDA – the Committee for Economic Development of Australia

Posted on September 29, 2011. Filed under: Health Mgmt Policy Planning | Tags: , |

Women in Leadership: Looking below the surface – CEDA – the Committee for Economic Development of Australia
ISBN: 0 85801 276 6

Extract from the foreword:

“CEDA is Australia’s leading independent thought leadership organisation providing policy perspectives on the critical economic and social issues facing Australia. Women in leadership is an issue with implications for policy that influences everything from Board membership to gender equality.

The following document provides an overview of the key issues raised during CEDA’s Victorian Women in Leadership series during 2010/2011.

Reports such as this and other subsequent publications that will emerge from CEDA’s ongoing Women in Leadership series across Australia aim to drive the debate around gender equity, and in turn substantiate the business case for improvements for women in leadership roles. The need for action is indisputable and is also vital if Australia is to meet future skills and labour demand.

While this document draws together facts and figures which provide an irrefutable business case for resolving gender equity issues, it also aims to highlight some of the underlying unconscious biases that exist that are often unspoken and are hindering change.

By enabling our members to deconstruct this important but challenging issue, CEDA hopes to assist them to map a way forward so they can realise the economic benefits to their businesses, the economy and to society more broadly.”  … continues


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