Diversity & Inclusion has become a top priority. The research is extensive and conclusive, particularly in relation to gender balance. It is time to act and prepare internally to welcome this much needed change, which leads to improved performance by a significant margin. Research has proven how gender-diverse companies outperform their peers not just financially, but creatively and through increased collaboration.
What needs to be done to improve your organisation’s gender diversity and inclusive work practices?
How do you attract and retain female talent?
How do you become a gender-balanced company?
For the first time in Hong Kong a conference will be held with international gender equity experts, senior representatives of organisations who have made changes to improve gender balance and professional women to openly discuss and debate on how to improve gender-balance and women in leadership in Hong Kong. The situation in Hong Kong has been static for a while – how can this be improved?
Theme: Gender Equity – Retaining & Returning Female Talent in Hong Kong
Date: Thursday, 29 September 2016
Location: Butterfields, Tai Koo Place, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong
Objective: To provide concrete evidence and practical ideas to change attitudes and business practices to empower corporations to create gender-balanced workplaces.
Program format: 1-day conference program with headline speakers, panel discussions, debate and networking.
Speaker and Panelists: Global and Asian Gender equity experts and active supporters, senior representatives, peers and professional women.
Sponsorship: Sponsorship opportunities are open to corporates and supporting partners.
Attendee profile: This event will be attended by Business and Team Leaders, Leadership team, Diversity & Inclusion team, Senior Human Resources, Chief Operation Officers as well as professional women. The attendee number will be limited to 200 attendees.
More information on the speakers will be released soon. Ticket sales will open at the end of June.
If you have any questions, you can contact Marie Swarbreck via firstname.lastname@example.org