Join the NSW Gender Equity Taskforce at GET:going, the launch of the Australian Institute of Architects (NSW Chapter) Champions of Change program.
Latest research reveals a positive correlation between financial performance and diversity in leadership. Evidence shows diverse companies are better able to win top talent, offer more diverse solutions and enjoy the benefit of employee satisfaction and staff retention.Diversity in experience also brings diversity in design. In short, it pays to invest in gender diversity.
So what is going on in architecture? How have other professions addressed this issue and what can architects do to get:going on gender equity?
Join the NSW Gender Equity Taskforce for an evening with Elizabeth Broderick, Sex Discrimination Commissioner; Peter Bailey, CEO of Arup Australasia; and Dr Naomi Stead and Justine Clark to discuss the status of gender equity in architecture, the role of leadership in driving change and the launch of the Australian Institute of Architects (NSW Chapter) Champions of Change program.
6:00 pm for 6:30 pm start, 18 March, 2o15
Australian Institute of Architects, Tusculum, 3 Manning Street, Potts Point
Join us after for networking drinks until 9.00pm
Download the flyer here – GET going: Because Leadership Matters.
GET: Going is presented by the Gender Equity Taskforce of the NSW Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects. It is supported by Gold Sponsors Bates Smart, BVN Donovan Hill, Cox, Hassell, UNSW and UTS.