Women earn less and are underrepresented in leadership and management roles more so in WA than anywhere else in Australia.
Women are staying at school longer, graduating in higher numbers than men and influencing 80% of all consumer spending. There is a leadership and economic case to make based on these market drivers.
WA CEOs working to inspire and influence other CEOs to get #genderontheagenda by sharing what works and doesn't work and together campaigning initiatives to turn the dial in WA.
CEOs connecting with CEOs go beyond the satisfaction of knowing they have all the right systems, policies and processes in place. They are also making a positive impact by sharing and learning among other CEOs to get #genderontheagenda
CEOs clearly articulating their commitment to gender equity not only as a business imperative, but as an excellent corporate responsibility. Simply put, if a CEO does the right thing, says the right things, measures and prioritises the right things then staff, future employees, stakeholders and consumers feel they can trust them to do the right thing. They also become a magnet for top female talent.
CEOs and their teams attend CEO Summits, CEO Roundtables and Deep Dives designed to inspire & influence greater commitment and action to gender equity