Thinking Differently About Diversity – Panel Discussion



Date/Time
Date(s) - 25/08/2016
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
McCullough Robertson

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Guest Speakers:
Juliet Bourke, Partner Deloitte Australia’s Diversity & Inclusion Consulting; Saba Vasefi, academic, feminist filmmaker, poet & human rights activist; and Dominic McGann, Chair of Partners at McCullough Robertson

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Women Lawyers Association of NSW, and host McCullough Robertson Lawyers, are delighted to invite you to join us as we hear from a range of experts on how a diversity of people, thoughts and experiences can help improve team performance.  The aim of the panel discussion is to challenge mainstream assumptions about and approaches to diversity of thinking.

Members $20pp Non-Members $35pp, includes refreshments
Please click here for the flyer with further details and registration form, or book and pay online 


 

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