Unlocking potential and powering growth
Our economic growth, competitive advantage and future prosperity rests on our capacity to address workforce participation issues.
Increasing the workforce participation of women is one of our nation’s biggest economic and social opportunities.
Equally, ensuring we are maximising our talent and empowering women to advance in the workforce will be central to our nation’s success.
Advancing women and lifting participation
Supporting women’s economic security
Opportunities for lifelong learning and skills
In 2021, in response to Kate Jenkins’ Respect@Work report, Chief Executive Women members developed a set of resource to enable tangible action by boards and executive teams on sexual harassment.
Available through a dedicated public microsite the Respect is Everyone’s Business resources focus on the ‘how’ – how to start the conversation on boards and in executive teams that put and keep sexual harassment on the agenda.
The resources provide guidance on how to navigate potential resistance, how to initiate appropriate action, effective communication and how to report on progress.
Access the Respect Toolkit here.