Our latest Women in Leadership round table, comprising of Heads of Talent, HR and Diversity from Australia’s leading businesses, took place recently and asked; what new strategies are being implemented to help organisations move the dial on gender balance in the workplace?
As a part of Morgan McKinley's commitment to thought leadership, we held our bi-annual Strategy and Projects Breakfast in November. We brought together leaders to exchange insights, challenges, trends, and innovative solutions. Together they tackled the subject of Agile Transformation.
The case for female representation at the top of organisations is well and truly established. Research has shown that companies with diversity of thought at the top outstrip their competitors by a mile when it comes to performance.
Morgan McKinley’s Joint Managing Directors Louise Langridge and Vanessa Harding-Farrenberg first developed the idea of the ‘Women in Leadership ’series after seeing the proactive approach the Male Champions of Change took in April 2010.
Australian businesses could suffer as new research by Morgan McKinley Australia reveals that organisations face the risk of losing valuable employees where there is a lack of career progression and ability to relocate.