Tackling unconscious bias to progress Indigenous talent

Hosted by PwC
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Date: Monday 28 Aug 2017
Time: 2:00pm to 4:00pm 

PwC, 2 Riverside Quay

Bookings close: 24 Aug 2017

DCA’s Building Workplace Capability for Indigenous Australia Network, sponsored by Lendlease and hosted by PwC Indigenous Consulting, will investigate the role unconscious bias plays in preventing Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people from progressing at work and what can be done to address it.

Many employers are working hard to attract Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander talent but these employees tend to be concentrated in the lower level occupations and not enough attention is given to career progression. 

Jodie Sizer, Owner & Co-CEO, PwC’s Indigenous Consulting will outline their approach to unconscious bias that focuses on addressing biases against Indigenous Australians. She will then facilitate a panel discussion exploring what more business can do to address bias and create more inclusive environments for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people. Speakers include:

  • Nareen Young, Director at PwC's Indigenous Consulting, and former CEO of DCA 
  • Jason Mifsud, Executive Director, Aboriginal Victoria.
  • Cath Brokenborough, Executive Lead Indigenous Engagement and RAP, Lendlease

This network is exclusively for DCA members and is designed to focus on building workplaces that embrace Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander talent.

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DCA encourages attendance by all member oganisations, their staff and senior management.  DCA’s charter is to enhance your organisations diversity capability and external profile.  We do this by providing members with a range of free events featuring expert thought leaders in the field of D&I.  We encourage senior management and line managers to attend these free DCA events to further support the work diversity and HR practitioners are doing at the coal face. As a part of our commitment to gender balance, we also encourage male representatives from our member organisations to attend this event alongside their female and gender diverse colleagues. 

The venue is wheelchair accessible and live captioning is available at all DCA events. An event recording and transcript will also be made available on the DCA website after the event. If you have any accessibility needs that would assist your participation at the event, please contact us on admin@dca.org.au

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