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  • Five way the future of work could change for women

    According to the World Economic Forum, it will be 118 years before women have the same career prospects as men.

    Even as female leaders steer multinationals and major economies, the reality is that the working world still excludes, underpays and overlooks half of its available talent.

    Below Dr Dan Woodman, Dr Melissa Wheeler , Dr Victor Sojo and Professor Mark Wooden from the University of Melbourne explore the five ways the future of work could change for women.

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  • Gender diversity in the workplace is simply the right thing to do for BCLC

    When Jim Lightbody first took a seat at the executive table of the British Columbia Lottery Corporation 16 years ago, there was not one woman among his peers. Things are very different today. Lightbody is president and CEO of the BCLC and four of his nine colleagues are women, and until recently, women outnumbered men at the executive table. As well, 57 per cent of senior managers at the organization are female.

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  • Creating meaningful work and driving business success amid technological disruption

    What sort of workplace should we expect in future? And how can we shape it to produce more satisfying jobs and more healthy and successful companies?

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  • Justin Trudeau on Raising His Kids as Feminist - International Day of the Girl

    I am in politics because every day, I get to work to make the world a little better—for my kids, and for yours. I’m proud of the dedicated work our team is doing to make Canada more open, more inclusive, more just—and gender equal. But some of the most important work I do is not as a political leader, but as a parent.

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  • 100 Women: Do female leaders improve women's lives?

    "I can't believe we just put the biggest crack in that glass ceiling yet... if there are any girls out there that stayed up late to watch - I may become the next woman president, but one of you is next." The words of Hillary Clinton on becoming the Democrat nominee in July 2016. In the end she failed to smash the ceiling, but Hillary Clinton's choice of election night venue was anything but coincidental.

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