Category: Diversity & Inclusion

Over the past two years, the Australian female sporting arena has observed an incredible influx of attention and support. From the creation of the Women’s Australian Football League, to the success of the Rugby Sevens team at the Rio Olympics, challenging opportunities for women to lead both on and off the field are increasing.

Is there more to understanding an increasingly diverse customer base and improving their experience? How can emerging insights about employee diversity apply to the world of customers?

Ask anyone to recall their favourite childhood television character and they wouldn’t have too much trouble. The heroes and villains that play out on our screens, the fantasy worlds and stories of triumph are remembered fondly. They also help to shape our own personal ideals and views of what is ‘normal’, ‘right’ and ‘important’. The…

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What does it take to intervene against homophobic behaviour? Recent research argues that courageous and altruistic individuals are more likely to actively intervene against homophobia. Can these attributes be cultivated in an organisation? If so, how?

Gender inequality persists in our community. This includes women’s representation in senior leadership positions, such as boards. The case for change is as much about improving business performance as it is about gender equality. Put simply, boards perform better when they include the best people with a diverse range of perspectives and approaches.

Women leaders’ positive contributions to firms are increasingly clear, yet women remain significantly underrepresented in leadership positions. While the spotlight on challenges they face at work is growing, less understood are the issues shaping the success of those who do make it above the glass ceiling.