Women and Leadership series: 2016 launch event

Women and Leadership series: 2016 launch event

SA
Feb 23

Join this discussion and hear from key business leaders on what their organisations are doing to increase gender diversity and increase the leadership opportunities for their female employees.

Speakers

Kristy Heal, Head of Finance, BHP Billiton
Professor David Lloyd, Vice Chancellor and President, University of South Australia
Robert Stobbe, Chief Executive Officer, SA Power Networks
Con Tragakis, Chairman of Partners, KPMG

Event overview

Join CEDA for the first event of the 2016 Women and Leadership Series with the support of the University of South Australia, KPMG, SA Power Networks and BHP Billiton.

The business case for gender equity in the workplace is strong, with enhancing organisational performance, attracting the best employees and reducing the cost of staff turnover being just a few of the benefits. CEDA’s Women and Leadership series aims to advance the discussion about women as leaders and the changes required to move more women into leadership and senior management roles. Join this discussion and hear from key business leaders on what their organisations are doing to increase gender diversity and increase the leadership opportunities for their female employees.

Meet the speakers

Kristy Heal
Head of Finance, BHP Billiton

Professor David Lloyd
Vice Chancellor and President, University of South Australia

Robert Stobbe
Chief Executive Officer, SA Power Networks

Con Tragakis
Chairman of Partners, KPMG

Professor Marie Wilson
Pro Vice Chancellor Business and Law, University of South Australia Business School

Supported by CEDA members

Event series sponsors

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