RESPECT. IT’S A WORKPLACE ISSUE.
The Institute of Managers and Leaders Australia and New Zealand has partnered with White Ribbon’s Workplace Accreditation Program to present Leadership Outlook 2019: Creating a safe and respectful workplace, a national series of practical and thought-provoking workshops that tackle gendered violence as a workplace issue.
Our Leadership Outlook events will define and identify violence and contributing factors, provide strategies to support staff experiencing violence, and help attendees to learn to mitigate risk. The workshops will also cover bullying, harassment and intimidation and how managers and leaders can support teams affected.
of Australian organisations have a domestic violence policy or strategy. 1
women have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace. 2
agree employers should take a leadership role in educating their workforce about respectful relationships. 3
WE ALL DESERVE A SAFE WORKPLACE AND SOCIETY
LEADERSHIP OUTLOOK 2019
During each of our sessions, a panel of local leaders will also share their real-world experiences in creating safe and respectful workplaces.
Each Leadership Outlook session will:
We all deserve to feel safe. Join us for an event that will help transform workplaces, leadership and society.
LOCATIONS AND DATES
NEW SOUTH WALES
AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY
*AHRC (2018). Everyone’s business: 4th national survey on sexual harassment in Australian workplaces.
†1. White Ribbon Australia. (2017). Workplace Accreditation Pilot Project Baseline Survey.
†2. Workplace Gender Equality Agency (2015). Australia’s gender equality scorecard – Key findings from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency’s 2014–15 reporting data November 2015.
1. Workplace Gender Equality Agency (2015).
2. AHRC (2018). Everyone’s business: 4th national survey on sexual harassment in Australian workplaces.
3. Pennay, D. & Powell, A. (2012). The role of bystander knowledge, attitudes & behaviours in preventing violence against women.