Bringing together female and male perspectives for workplace equality within your firm

Date(s) - 31/01/2012
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

TressCox Lawyers

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The first and only conference in Australia with men also championing the cause of gender equality in the workplace

Bringing together female and male perspectives for workplace equality within your firm

Collaborative change to build a better workplace
One-day forum : 31 January 2012, The Sebel Surry Hills, Sydney
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Please note WLANSW Members are eligible for a $300 discount.

The workplace is ever evolving, responding to the changing needs of employees whilst maintaining organisational and business objectives. Considerable progress has been made towards creating a fair and equitable workplace for both women and men, and women increasingly have better access to higher level positions and flexible work arrangements. There are, however, still a number of challenges faced by both women and men in trying to build a better workplace, such as ingrained cultural attitudes and communication problems.

There is an increasing need for women and men to work together and engage with each other to achieve greater success and enjoy the shared rewards of a better workplace. Together, female and male employees can promote cultural change, improve communication, initiate equity strategies and develop flexible work practices.

At this forum, delegates will gain practical knowledge from international and local companies on topics such as:


  • Promoting better collaboration between women and men
  • Introducing equity initiatives and measuring their success
  • Proving the value of flexible work practices
  • Overcoming unconscious biases and negative attitudes

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