Cultural dynamics: The key to gender equality?

Cultural dynamics: The key to gender equality?

WA
Aug 26
Limited places available to register please contact Alicia on 08 6104 7104.

Speakers

Rob Cole, Executive Director and Executive Vice President, Corporate and Commercial, Woodside Energy
Professor Hannah Piterman, Director, Hannah Piterman Consulting Group, Co-Founder, Gender Worx
Liz Ritchie, State Director WA, CEDA
Naveen Unni, Principal, McKinsey & Company

Event overview

This panel of business leaders, champions of change, authors and practitioners will share their insights and experiences in understanding and transforming the cultural dynamics that can influence gender-based parity in organisations.

Interpreting and addressing the cultural, social, psychological and leadership forces within organisations is the first step in creating change. Awareness of conscious and unconscious cultural biases, mindsets and role models, and the implications of specific sexual gender dynamics, are key traits of organisations that are successfully navigating this complex and entrenched issue.

CEDA showcases a diverse range of presentations focused on tackling transitional change through knowledge, awareness, courage, reflection and cultural understanding. As CEDA's popular Women in Leadership series continues, we welcome both males and females who strive for change.

Meet the keynote speaker

Rob Cole
Executive Director and Executive Vice President, Corporate and Commercial, Woodside Energy

Meet the speakers

Professor Hannah Piterman
Director, Hannah Piterman Consulting Group, Co-Founder, Gender Worx

Liz Ritchie
State Director WA, CEDA

Naveen Unni
Principal, McKinsey & Company

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