Navigating gender equality at work
At work, men can be the forgotten half of the gender equality equation.
Many men want to be involved in the conversation – but they might not know where to start. Change Makers gives men the skills they need to be partners in the business of gender equality.
Who's it for?
The course is designed for men who want to become better managers and leaders. Change Makers will assist in their understanding of how a gender-equal workplace can benefit them, the organisation in which they work and the teams they work in.
Unpacking the detail
- Participants in Change Makers will hear from leaders in diverse fields of work – of all genders – and learn from their successes, failures, and what they wish they'd known earlier about championing gender equality at work.
- Through a mixture of small group workshops, video content and practical presentations the course will cover formal training on workplace laws around sexual harassment, practical topics like performance review bias, and tips for mentoring and advocating for women in the workforce.
- Change Makers will also provide an inclusive and comfortable environment for participants to discuss real-life examples of common workplace challenges, and provide employees a confidential environment to seek advice and explore difficult issues.
- The Change Makers program will be run online over two days on Thursday 9 December and Friday 10 December.
- The cost is $3,000 per participant, excluding GST, and places are limited.
- If you would like to register a group for your organisation, please email [email protected]
- If you would like to register an individual, please join the program below.
Who is the team behind Change Makers?
The Future Women team has worked in consultation with business leaders, government heads of department, the Sex Discrimination Commission, human resources professionals and the Workplace Gender Equality Agency to create a course that will result in real change. The course has been developed by:
Tarang Chawla is a writer, speaker, MC, anti-violence campaigner and mental health advocate. In 2015, he founded Not One More Niki, named in honour of his sister, Nikita. Tarang is a Young Australian of the Year Finalist.
Marc Dodd is an award winning journalist and the Editor of Nine.com.au. In 2015 he was part of the team that won the Kennedy Award for Outstanding Online News Breaking.
Dr Katie Spearritt is CEO and Founder of Diversity Partners, a highly respected professional services firm providing consulting advice to organisations on diversity, flexibility, and inclusive leadership in Australia and Asia.
Jamila Rizvi is FW's Chief Creative Officer, as well as a best-selling author, sought after public speaker, podcast presenter and gender equality advocate.
2021 KEY DATES
August 1 - November 29
The Change Makers program is open for group and individual bookings.
INFORMATION FOR ATTENDEES
Registration closes. Information will be sent to participants including pre-reading and an essential survey.
December 9 - 10
The Change Makers program will run.