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May 2020

Compelling case for workplace change

These uncertain times have presented a compelling case for workplace change.

In thinking of the recovery phase, how do we get ahead of the curve for greater balance in workplaces? We are seeing more workplace flexibility WFH, bigger focus on family, greater emphasis on outcomes and outputs and teams that are inclusive of women vs homogeneous teams that are delivering the best possible thinking, leadership and decision-making, particularly in a VUCA environment.

In the shift to WFH at scale, leaders are not seeing any losses to productivity but increased communication with their teams, increased internal collaboration with a greater focus on people, care and empathy.
 
"We cannot waste a crisis and I think one of the best learnings is that there are gains to be made and progressive organisations are already looking at the gains."
- Tania Cecconi from CEOs for Gender Equity
Read the full ABC article here

The Workplace Through a Gender Lens

Coming out of the pandemic, we are asking leaders to focus on the role they can play in leading the recovery of their businesses in a way that locks in the operational gains made, that benefits men and women.

CEOs for Gender Equity Inc. is asking leaders to apply a gender lens, which starts with them reflecting on their own leadership and how they can lead in a way that improves outcomes for women that also benefits men.

Click the link below to see our CEO Toolkit that CEOs can apply during this time. It also includes a summary of our last CEO Summit held in September (since our March CEO Summit was deferred).
CEO Toolkit

 Learnings from the Pandemic:
Preserving Careers

"As it is often said, one should never waste a good crisis" 
-Jennifer Grove, Partner Gerard Daniels.

Join Jennifer, specialising in sourcing and placement, to discuss the role of leaders in preserving the careers of women in the workforce to retain the gains over the last 20 years for women as well as what we've recently learnt ... at our next Deep Dive, virtually, on 1 July 0930-1100.

The gendered impact of COVID-19 is well-documented here by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency.
Register here for our next Deep Dive
Coaching Conversations
Our new 1:1 coaching conversations have been created with the purpose to deeply engage managers as leaders to implement organisational and cultural change that supports gender balance. 

If you would like to schedule a coaching conversation, please contact us here.
Engagement Workshops
These engagement workshops are designed to accelerate gender equity by engaging the majority of the workforce and to reframe gender equity as a business opportunity, and accelerate organisational commitment to gender equity.

If you would like to engage us to host a workshop for your organisation, please contact us here.
Strategic Conversations for Gender Balance
'Strategic conversations for gender balance' is a series of conversations that strategically improves workplaces for gender balance, leverages 100% of the talent pool, taps into new and potential markets, aligns your systems and processes for gender balance to boost your bottom line.

If you would like to host a series of these strategic conversations please contact us here.

Do you know a CEO that should join CEOs for Gender Equity?
Our goal is to recruit 125 CEOs by 2021 to help us achieve our vision.

We want to boost women’s workforce participation, lift productivity and increase economic growth by sustainably improving gender equity in jobs and pay across Western Australian enterprises.

You can help by introducing a CEO to CEOs for Gender Equity.

If you know a CEO who would like to attend a CEO Roundtable, please contact CGE Executive Officer Tania Cecconi at tania@ceosforgenderequity.com.au
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