NAWO LIVESTREAM EVENTS
More Women in Operations – What’s in it for Men?
Inspiring national conversations
Replay of Livestream from Thursday 23rd November 2017
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NATIONAL LIVESTREAM REPLAY: ‘MORE WOMEN IN OPERATIONS – WHAT’S IN IT FOR MEN?’
Streamed 23 November 2017
Are you hosting an event to watch these replays? Check out the Host Facilitation Guides below the videos.
The replay is divided into 3 segments below – please watch them at your leisure and feel free to share your comments:
LIVESTREAM REPLAY PART 1 – INTRODUCTION & KEYNOTE (52 min)
Welcome – Megan McCracken, NAWO Chair
Introductory remarks – MC Julia Baird – journalist, broadcaster, author and host of ABCTV’s ‘The Drum’
Keynote speaker – Troy Roderick Executive Ambassador, Catalyst Australia – ‘More Women in operations – what’s in it for Men?’
LIVESTREAM REPLAY PART 2 – PANEL DISCUSSION (1 hr 5 min)
PANEL DISCUSSION: ‘‘What’s in it for men and how do we best engage both men and women in the solutions moving forward?
Phillip Austin President, CHEP Asia Pacific
Michelle Redfern Founder, Advancing Women
Natalie Goldman CEO, FlexCareers
Tim Hart Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Ridley Corporation Ltd
Key Learnings and Summary – Julia Baird journalist, broadcaster, author and host of ABCTV’s ‘The Drum’
LIVESTREAM REPLAY PART 3 – KEY LEARNINGS AND NAWO THANKS (7 min)
Key Learnings and NAWO thanks – Megan McCracken
FACILITATION GUIDE FOR HOSTING A LIVESTREAM EVENT:
Livestreaming technology is enabling us to invite an unlimited number of people from the NAWO network across the nation to join this conversation. And you can ensure this conversation is heard right through your organisation by hosting your own Livestream event in your workplace!
It’s easy – simply register for the Livestream and let us know that you will be hosting an event. Then use the facilitation resources below to help prepare for your event.
These facilitation materials contain:
- Logistical tips for running a successful event
- A detailed run sheet for the Livestream so that you can cherry pick the components most relevant to your location (you may want to choose 1 or 2 segments rather than trying to watch the whole Livestream at once)
- Suggested facilitation questions for each segment
We wish you all the best for your internal event… and please send us your feedback about the hosting experience – a feedback survey will be sent to you post this event to help us continually improve.
- Setting the Agenda for your Event
- Faciltiation Guide_Tips for a successful internal event
- Faciltiation Guide_Facilitation Questions
- Faciltiation Guide_Facilitating Effective Group Discussions_Checklist
This Livestream is part of NAWO’s Regional Delivery Program which aims to reach the large pool of female talent across regional Australia and is funded by Australian Government’s Office for Women. This funding is part of the Government’s Women’s Leadership and Development Strategy, which is focused on improving gender equality and providing support for women’s economic empowerment, safety and leadership. It is anticipated this partnership will enable hundreds (if not thousands) of regional women to participate in operational leadership development opportunities, and regional organisations to further their gender diversity targets.