Women in Leadership: the information to influence

Women in Leadership: the information to influence

QLD
Nov 30
CEDA's Women in Leadership series delivers leading thinking and thinkers, new insights and a forum for debate on a complex and critical economic development issue - equity and diversity.

Speakers

Sally Loane, Chief Executive, Financial Services Council
Libby Lyons, Director, Workplace Gender Equality Agency
Kate Hillman, Partner, People Organisation and Change, EY

Event overview

Despite much hard effort, progress on gender equality has been slow. Incremental improvements in equality of opportunity and financial equity are to be much applauded. Now voices for faster change are gathering. To increase the pace of progress leaders with the data, tools and authority to influence are stepping up and speaking out.

At the final event in the CEDA Queensland 2017 Women in Leadership series we introduce leaders with the determination, power and plans to force change.  Gather your colleagues and guests at the final event in CEDA’s 2017 program to hear the best stories, new voices and the latest data being used to drive gender equality outcomes.
 
The 2017 Women in Leadership series is supported by CEDA members major sponsor EY and Griffith Business School.  

Sponsorship opportunities for the 2018 Women in Leadership series in Queensland are available. Please contact CEDA Associate Director Clint O’Brien on 07 3121 6431.
 

Meet the speakers

Sally Loane
Chief Executive, Financial Services Council

Sally has published a book on child care, worked to improve superannuation and retirement outcomes for women and advocated financial literacy from a young age. She is a mentor, a patron of women’s shelter Lou’s Place and member of Chief Executive Women.

Libby Lyons
Director, Workplace Gender Equality Agency

Advocating gender equality is in Libby’s blood. Her grandmother Dame Enid Lyons did so as the first woman in the House of Representatives and female Cabinet minister. Leading the agency responsible for improving gender equality, Libby uses WGEA’s significant data to influence organisations and governments.

Meet the moderator

Kate Hillman
Partner, People Organisation and Change, EY

Kate’s passion is building community capability and capacity. She advises on transformation programs, workforce solutions, cultural change and strategy. Kate leads EY’s Human Services practice and sits on the Australian Defence Force Youth Safety Advisory Board.

Supported by CEDA members

Major series sponsors