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Australia in NZ Nov 11
Inclusive culture is about making your organisation more impactful! There’s something magical about the culture and people want to work there -
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Australia in NZ Nov 11
You need to set targets- and be unrelenting in your executive focus on them. says he would have been harder on people for not meeting their gender targets
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Australia in NZ Nov 11
Everyone has a little piece of the answer -
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Australia in NZ Nov 11
“I’ve never known anything but” gender diversity. says it wasn’t until he was CEO of that he became aware of the privilege he had experienced or the “unconscious ignorance” he held. Now he listens before he talks.
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Australia in NZ Nov 11
You’ve got to be relentless, and you’ve got to out-live the resisters - because they can be quite relentless too - on
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Justinne Kid of Batanes Nov 13
When you see outspoken women as bullies rather than independent and principled, there’s something wrong about you.
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Australia in NZ Nov 11
Every other issue we face as a society - be it the environment, homelessness, poverty etc - will be much easier to solve if we have diverse teams working towards solutions- Colin Philp on
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Australia in NZ Nov 11
Corporate enterprise needs to step up and front up with funding to get young women interested in tech. Simple ideas like sponsoring students’ final year of study could have a significant impact - Colin Philp on getting more women into tech
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Australia in NZ Nov 11
It’s shocking that this still goes on in New Zealand. And as soon as most men find out that it is, they want to be involved. Thanks Colin Philp!
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Australia in NZ Nov 11
Whether it is age, gender, ethnicity- you get a better team when it is a diverse team! Colin Philp on
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Australia in NZ Nov 11
Adding ‘valuing diversity’ to the values has been a huge step for in making the New Zealand Police a compassionate and inclusive workplace.
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Australia in NZ Nov 11
And the Australian High Commissioner is wrapping up! He says he’s very lucky to have worked for a number of female CEOs. “I insist on diversity in leadership roles”
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Australia in NZ Nov 11
Since most men are setting the rules, you’ve also got to fix it! on being a male-only group
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Australia in NZ Nov 11
Male Champions of Change has been good for making us accountable. But you do need targets to see change, and senior leaders need to reflect these values in their behaviour
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Australia in NZ Nov 11
We’re live on Facebook with today’s event! Today we’re talking about advocating for the whole team with ’s Commissioner Mike Bush, and FMG’s Colin Philp.
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Dr Wondi Alemu Nov 7
Agree. Solution comes from both end. Women advocacy groups have a lot of work to prepare women not to always feel “excluded” but to feel “empowered” and run for health leadership office. I am a true believer of .
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Australia in NZ Nov 11
Colin Philp says that he has conversations not just with his daughter, but also with his son! now his son admits would probably beat ! But our conversations with young people
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Tom Butler 16h
Irish outcry over teenager's underwear used in rape trial
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Australia in NZ Nov 11
How do we include the other 75 per cent of the tech workforce in discussions about ? It starts with communication! Colin Philp on
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Women's Coalition of Zimbabwe Nov 7
Masvingo Chapter Monitoring and Evaluation Visit The chapter is leading in the campaign as they now have male advocates for women's rights issues.
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