This page contains useful and topic-related information for Australian women’s leadership resources.
The Australian Government Office for Women (OfW)
The Australian Government Office for Women (OfW) is part of the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA). The Minister for the Status of Women is the Hon Julie Collins MP.
Committee for Economic Development of Australia
CEDA’s 2013 Women in Leadership research explores business, economic and cultural aspects of Women in Leadership. The report makes recommendations on enabling workplace meritocracies, changing workplace culture and engaging leaders and introducing accountability. CEDA is an independent national member organisation that provides thought leadership and policy perspectives on the economic and social issues affecting Australia.
Workplace Gender Equality Agency
The Workplace Gender Equality Agency is an Australian Government statutory agency charged with promoting and improving gender equality in Australian workplaces. They are responsible for administering the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 (Act). Their vision is for women and men to be equally represented, valued and rewarded in the workplace. The Workplace Gender Equality Agency was formerly known as the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency.
Women and Leadership – Australian Human Rights Commission
Women on Boards (WOB)
is the leading advocate for improving gender diversity on Australian boards. We work to improve women’s access to, and opportunities to be selected for, board positions in ASX listed & private companies and in the public unlisted (NFP), Government, sport, rural and community sector.
Women & Leadership Australia
A national initiative dedicated to supporting a higher representation of female leadership throughout the Australian workforce and the broader community.
Encompassing all aspects of leadership capability, career progression and work/life balance, WLA programs have become a highly regarded example of workplace excellence and achievement. WLA regularly connects with thousands of individual Australian women, providing ongoing support and advice at every stage of their leadership journey.
Australian Centre for Leadership for Women
CLW was launched in August 2000 to empower women to believe in their own unique leadership qualities. I believe in empowering women to identify their strengths and vision and believe in their abilities and the value of their experiences to make their vision a reality.
Western Australia Department of Education | Women in Leadership
The WiL Strategy is a specific commitment within the Department’s Equity and Diversity Management Plan 2009-2010 to increase the representation of women at senior levels in the workforce.
Australian Financial Review – BOSS | Corporate Women Archives by Catherine Fox
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