Leadership series: Elizabeth Broderick

Leadership series: Elizabeth Broderick

Aug 12
In the last decade there have been many changes in the landscape of gender equality. Join prominent thought-leader and founder of the Male Champions of Change, Liz Broderick, as she reflects on the progress, setbacks and clear areas of opportunity to create a more gender equal world.


Elizabeth Broderick AO, Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission
Mark Dayman, Managing Director, Fyfe
Gregg Harris, State General Manager Retail, NAB
Karen Bryant, Chief Executive, Adelaide Festival

Event overview

Australia's Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Elizabeth Broderick has observed many changes in the landscape of gender equality in Australia - progress, setbacks and clear areas of opportunity. As she nears the end of her eight year term, Elizabeth will reflect on these learnings and identify what is required in the future to create more gender equal workplaces, and ultimately, a more gender equal world.

Join senior leaders from across sectors and professions to discuss leadership, influence and change as Elizabeth Broderick speaks with CEDA audiences in Adelaide and around the country.

Meet the keynote speaker

Elizabeth Broderick AO
Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission

Elizabeth Broderick's eight year extended term as Sex Discrimination Commissioner ends in September 2015.  She has also served as Commissioner responsible for Age Discrimination; Global Co-Chair of the Women’s Empowerment Principles Leadership Group, a joint initiative of the UN Global Compact and UN Women; and as a member of the World Bank’s Advisory Council on Gender and Development.

Meet the panel

Mark Dayman
Managing Director, Fyfe

Gregg Harris
State General Manager Retail, NAB

Karen Bryant
Chief Executive, Adelaide Festival

Meet the facilitator

Dr Niki Vincent
Chief Executive Officer, Leaders Institute of South Australia

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