Queensland women in the agricultural sector face complex barriers to their leadership aspirations.
Women are “awesome” but there can still be an unconscious bias in the recruitment of them to senior leadership positions.
How does a job become gendered? And what are the fundamental differences created by workers, organisations, governments and various other stakeholders when that happens? The Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing’s Adjunct Associate Professor Yvonne Due Billing (University of Copenhagen) posed these questions, and others, on gendered expectations in the workplace, and in particular, for […]
Forty-plus degree temperatures could not keep delegates—including Centre members Kate Shacklock, Georgina Murray, Elliroma Gardiner, and Higher Degrees Research (HDR) students Jessica Blomfield (pictured right), Mahan Poorhosseinzadeh and Vishal Rana—away from the G20 International Dialogue on Women in Leadership held at South Bank, Brisbane on the 16-17 November, 2014. With welcomes from Professor Ian O’Connor, […]
The clarion call for feminists – male and female – from the G20 summit and the subsequent International Dialogue on Women in Leadership was the triumphant 25% for 2025. That is, we will get women to be 25 % of the paid workforce by the year 2025. We are not saying how we will do […]
University announces series of events leading up to Brisbane Summit
Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop will deliver a keynote address to a Women in Leadership conference in November.