At DCA’s Building Workplace Capability for Indigenous Australia Network, sponsored by Lendlease, we investigated how Indigenous voices can be elevated to senior levels of decision-making in this country, including the C-suite and boardroom.
At DCA’s Diversity Leadership Program event, sponsored and hosted by Gilbert + Tobin, we investigated how accessible and inclusive our workplaces are for people with disabilities.
At this Building Cultural Capability Network event we heard about two very proactive programs providing employment pathways for asylum seekers and refugees.
At this Diversity Leadership Program event we explored the future of work through the lens of diversity and inclusion (D&I).
At our next Diversity Leadership Program event, we are exploring the future of work through the lens of diversity and inclusion (D&I).
Has your organisation relied on unconscious bias training to disrupt bias and help build inclusion? If so, it might be time to start thinking about adding inclusion nudges to your suite of D&I initiatives.
At this Diversity Leadership Program event, we drew on research to debunk some of the more common myths and inaccurate assumptions about workplace flexibility and discuss what can be done to dismantle them.
At DCA’s next Diversity in the Legal Profession Network, we will discuss the cultural, societal and workplace barriers preventing women from reaching and consolidating their contributions at the highest levels of the profession, and what can be done to address them.
At DCA's next Gender Equality Network sponsored by KPMG we explored gender equality from both a local and global perspective.
This Building Capability for Indigenous Australia network, sponsored by Lendlease, explored the Uluru Statement from the Heart and constitutional recognition.
At DCA’s next Gender Equality Network we will discuss the findings of Boston Consulting Group’s (BCG) new report, ‘What’s working to drive gender diversity in leadership’.
What are the experiences of Australian workers when it comes to inclusion? Diversity Council Australia and Suncorp have joined forces to generate a national index which maps and tracks inclusion in Australian workplaces.
Does a focus on identity help or hinder diversity and inclusion in the workplace? Moderated by Tony Jones, one of ABC's most respected journalists, our Annual Diversity Debate once again promises to be the diversity event of the year as two teams tackle this critical issue from a number of perspectives.
The idea that our thinking is shaped by our culture, background, experiences, and personalities is core to the concept of diverse thought and at our next Diversity Leadership Program event, we will take a critical look at diversity of thought.
At DCA’s next Diversity in the Legal Profession Network, we will look at what it’s like to be LGBTIQ+ when working in the law.
In partnership with the University of Sydney, Google, Aurecon, Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Deloitte, DCA is delighted to release a new report, Cracking the Glass-Cultural Ceiling: Future Proofing Your Business in the 21st Century.
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.
At our August 2017 Gender Equality Network event, we explored the findings of the recent Senate Inquiry into gender segregation in the workplace and its impact on women's economic equality.
DCA is proud to announce that a new flagship event has been added to its calendar this year - DCA’s Inaugural Diversity & Inclusion Oration. Brought to you in partnership with BAE Systems Australia, this year’s Oration was delivered by Stan Grant, Indigenous Affairs Editor for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and special advisor to the Prime Minister on Indigenous constitutional recognition. Stan spoke of a rapidly expanding Aboriginal middle class that is increasingly university educated, entrepreneurial and contributing extraordinary talent to Australian business and political life. However this overlooks fundamental issues that still need to be addressed.
To change gender inequalities we have to involve men just as much as women; they are part of the problem of gender inequality and are therefore a crucial part of the solution. A new report brings together evidence-based perspectives to recommend how organisations can adopt a more effective approach to engaging men to achieve gender equality at work.