Date: 7th August, 2018
Time: 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
DWNZ Training Room,
Level 1, 90 Symonds Street,
Members: $165.00 +GSTNon-member: $225.00 +GST
Research suggests that organisations that respect and value the diversity brought by both women and men are better able to attract and retain high performers and improve operational performance.
The majority of senior leaders in today’s business world are still men; they are in the best position to influence cultural and organisational change. As Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies Michael Kimmel, a leading advocator for engaging men to support gender quality says, “We cannot fully empower women and girls without also engaging men and boys, and when we do, we find out that gender equality is a good thing for men as well as women.”
• Understand more about the gender imbalance
• Learn why gender equity and equality is a shared responsibility
• Explore best practices and case studies to support having men as allies
• Develop a strategy to raise awareness and address biases around gender inequality
This workshop will be facilitated by Diversity Works New Zealand, Facilitator, Mark Carrick– read more about Mark here.
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