Are you ready to W-RAP your head around a Reconciliation Action Plan?
In partnership with RMIT, the Star Observer, Deloitte and QBE, DCA has conducted a study that seeks to better understand why LGBTIQ+ workers share or conceal their sexual orientation, gender identity or intersex variation at work, and how employers can create safe and inclusive workplace environments where LGBTIQ+ people can be themselves at work.
At this Gender Equality Network we heard from Male Champions of Change (MCC) representatives on its journey to date.
DCA Chair David Morrison AO and CEO Lisa Annese conducted a practitioner focussed session on culturally diverse women in leadership and workplace inclusion.
DCA’s Anna McPhee Memorial Oration on Diversity and Inclusion in 2018 was delivered by The Hon Julia Gillard AC, sharing her vision for mental health in Australia.
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.
All key contacts from DCA member organisations are invited to DCA’s 2018 Annual General Meeting.
At this Building Cultural Capability Network event we heard about two very proactive programs providing employment pathways for asylum seekers and refugees.
Key contacts for all DCA member organisations are invited to join a special webinar about the proposed new constitution for DCA.
At this Diversity Leadership Program event we explored 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.
DCA’s Chief Executive Officer, Lisa Annese, is delighted to come to Perth to provide members with insights on two of DCA’s ground breaking-research projects.
Following a hugely successful launch last year, DCA is now hosting a special Melbourne event to further explore findings from our Cracking the Glass-Cultural Ceiling research which was developed in partnership with the University of Sydney, Google, Aurecon, Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Deloitte.
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.