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This NAIDOC Week, Cultivate Indigenous celebrates the theme ‘For our Elders’ by nominating an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person who has made a difference to their lives
The 2023 National NAIDOC Week theme is ‘For Our Elders’. Across every generation, our Elders have played, and continue to play, an important role and …
National Reconciliation Week 2023 – How the Warra sponsorship program will enhance Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander growth and leadership
National Reconciliation Week – 27 May to 3 June – is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, …
Workplace sponsorship can help leaders to start thinking deeply about the ways gender equality can be improved in their workplace.
‘That kind of support can be transformative’: A new, curated sponsorship program could change the face of Indigenous leadership
Warra is a sponsorship program delivers tailored development opportunities to grow and advance Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders.
Infrastructure Australia (IA) has today released its second Infrastructure Market Capacity Report, which reinforces the increasing severity of the skills shortage already being felt across …
“Normally people leave Sponsorship relationships to chance and good luck” Watch the full Driving Gender Equality in Construction with Cultivate Sponsorship video right here.
“Where more senior colleagues sponsor talented women keen to progress in the legal profession, there are benefits to both parties and increased retention in the …
We are proud to partner with Laing O’Rourke on their journey to gender equality. Learn more about how construction site employees at Laing O’Rourke are now twice as …
A common claim heard across industries is that professional development programs targeted to women offer women an unfair advantage. Unfair advantage assumes that companies are …
- Galea, N., et al. 2016. Demolishing gender structures. UNSW. Sydney, UNSW.
- Hewlett SA., et al. 2010. The Sponsor Effect: Breaking through the last glass ceiling. Centre for Work-Life Policy.
- KPMG Women’s Leadership Study: Moving Women Forward in Leadership Roles, 2015.