A not-for-profit organisation with a mission to expand opportunities for women and business. Catalyst undertakes extensive research on women and men across job levels, functions, and geographies to learn about women’s experiences in business, barriers to their career advancement, and the individual and organisational strategies that lead to success.
|Chief Executive Women|
The vision for the organisation is ‘women leaders enabling other women leaders’. It seeks to achieve this through education programs and through influencing all levels of Australian business and government on the importance of gender balance.
|Diversity Council Australia|
Diversity Council Australia is an independent, not-for-profit workplace diversity advisor to business in Australia. This includes offering specific resources on gender equality to businesses.
|Equal Opportunity Commission South Australia|
The Equal Opportunity Commission provides:
|Fair Work Ombudsman|
Provides information and advice about workplace rights and obligations including in the areas of pay, leave, employee entitlement, Awards and Agreements and ending employment.
Exclusive Australian licensee of the Rutherford Gender Cultural Audit and accredited in the use of the Psynapse Unconscious Cognition Assessments. In addition Leed offers the following in house and external Women’s Development Programs:
|McKinsey’s Women Matter research explores the role women play in the global workplace, their experiences and impact in senior-executive roles, and the performance benefits that companies gain from gender diversity|
|TDTSA endeavours to assist in the attraction and retention of a skilled workforce, develop industry specific workforce plans, offer career advice, identify emerging skill needs, and identify workforce trends.|
|TLISC is responsible for driving the skills and workforce development agenda across the entire transport and logistics industry which encompasses activities in road transport, warehousing, rail, aviation, maritime, logistics and ports.|
|The organisation is now the leading group representing women in the transport industry and has formed relationships with many other like-minded groups on both a National and International level.|
|The Office for Women|
The Office for Women works toward achieving gender equity and positive change for women by collaborating across government and the community. The Office works closely with women’s groups and organisations, as well as with the Government of South Australia advisory group on women’s issues, the Premier’s Council for Women.
|Women on Boards|
Strives to improve the gender balance on Australian boards. It provides support to women on how to map their careers to include leadership and board roles.
|Women in Aviation/Aerospace Australia|
The primary aim of the program is to promote the issue of gender diversity and the participation of women within the aviation and aerospace sector in Australia. The program provides a network for women to connect with industry peers, inspire future generations to join the industry, and excel in their chosen careers.
|Women in Supply Chain|
WISC is a voluntary group open to all women and men in supply chain. Members are passionate about supporting women in Transport and Logistics to reach their optimum potential through collaborating, meeting and sharing knowledge and experience with like-minded professionals.
|Workplace Gender Equality Agency||The Workplace Gender Equality Agency is an Australian Government statutory agency created by the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012. The Agency is responsible for promoting and improving gender equality in Australian workplaces through working collaboratively with employers providing advice, practical tools and education.|
Leed Consulting on using Best Practice Principles to Increase Gender Equality in the Transport and Logistics industry. (25th February 2015) Click Here