An impactful 90-minute boardroom presentation designed to transform senior leaders and directors on the necessity of gender inclusivity, backed by robust data and research.
Who is this for?
This is tailored for senior leaders and directors.
What is included in the presentation?
Research and insights based on the book “From Bias to Equality” and in-depth interviews with key industry leaders.
From Bias to Equality:
An exploration of the principles from the Amazon bestseller book by Sandra D’Souza, Ellect CEO and Founder.
Case studies of listed companies that achieved gender balance successfully.
Unearth the strategies and stories of C-suite teams and Board of Directors.
Emphasising the importance of gender balance with compelling data and research.
Equip your organization to move from bias to balance.
The Value of Data-Driven Gender Inclusivity
Harness the power of gender inclusivity, not just as a moral imperative but as a proven catalyst for innovation, success, and profitability. Drawing from the core principles of “From Bias to Equality,” this briefing provides senior leaders and directors with actionable insights to champion gender balance at the highest levels of leadership.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How are the principles of the book applied in the briefing?
2. What kind of real-world data supports the presented strategies?
3. How does the evidence correlate gender balance with profitability and innovation?
4. How were the interviewed business leaders selected?
- Have at least one woman as CEO or CFO
- Have one woman board chair
- Have at least 25% women on the board of directors
- Have at least 25% women on the senior leadership team
At the time of our research and analysis in early 2022, out of over 2,100 companies we rated on ASX, we found that less than 5% of these companies achieved three or four points. Our CEO and Founder Sandra D’Souza contacted the CEOs of these ninety-eight ASX companies that had scored three or more stars to find out how they achieved it and what makes them the minority among their peers. Of the 98 CEOs, 34 agreed to be interviewed.