Events: panels, roundtables and more

We run events in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Canberra and Adelaide to engage with our industry partners and to continue to collaborate to find a solution. Our events include panels, debates, networking, boardroom lunches, roundtables and workshops and are run by our teams of volunteers. We rely on corporate and government partners to help us continue these events, and in-kind sponsorship of venues, promotion and people is an enormous enabler.

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October 2019


Gender Equality and Leadership: Does leadership style matter?

October 24, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Michael Page, Level 32, 225 George St
Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia
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Find out what our latest research has to say about the impact of leadership style on gender balance in senior roles within organisations.

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September 2020

EEON’s 3rd Biennial 2020 Enabling Inclusion & Diversity Summit

September 15, 2020 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

We are proud to announce the third biennial 2020 Enabling Inclusion and Diversity Summit…Learn, Think, Do! The bi-annual EEON Summit is coming back! An opportunity to spend time with engaged practitioners all working towards a common goal to learn, think, and do more about diversity, inclusion and equity. At EEON we believe you create change by learning then doing. Our vision is to help Australia’s workplaces be diverse, equitable and inclusive. As such, we are pleased to invite you to…

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March 2021

The 100% Project is a proud sponsor of CFA Societies Australia’s International Women’s Day 2021 event on 5th March.

March 5, 2021 @ 11:30 am - 2:00 pm

The 100% Project is a proud sponsor of CFA Societies Australia's International Women's Day 2021. International Women's Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. Significant activity is witnessed worldwide as groups come together to celebrate women's achievements or rally for women's equality. Gender parity won’t happen overnight, but the good news is that women and organisations worldwide are making positive…

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The 100% Podcast!

In a “normal” year, we would hold face-to-face gatherings with thought provoking speakers presenting The 100% Project’s latest research.

In the extraordinary world of COVID-19, we want to continue the conversation virtually. The benefit of using technology is that we can reach a greater audience, and include leaders based overseas to hear about their challenges and solutions.  We believe you will be interested in hearing these different, or possibly remarkably similar, perspectives.
For our first podcast series, we thought it appropriate that we investigate the impact that COVID-19 has or hasn’t had on the quest for gender equality in the workforce. The question we asked our guests was “Will leaders pay attention to gender equality – while their business is recovering from COVID-19?” 

Sydney October 2019

Gender Balance in Leadership;
does leadership style matter?

The 100% Project presented this new research in Sydney (previously launched in Melbourne in June).  The styles of leadership under review were transactional leadership, transformational leadership and adaptive leadership.  Jamie Sims, Director, People Measures, presented an overview of where Australia currently sits in the gender equality world rankings; which told an alarming story!  

A summary and extracts from the research showed a clear link between an organisation’s leadership styles and the likelihood of greater gender equality in the leadership team.

Jamie was then joined in a panel discussion by Georgie Dent, author, presenter and contributing editor of Women’s Agenda, and Kevin Moore, Chairman of the recently re-launched Toys R Us, Chairman of CROSSMARK and Now Comms Asia, for an insightful and robust discussion on the reason Australia is falling behind other countries in our quest for gender equality – and what we should be doing about this!  

The audience was terrific with strong engagement and challenging questions, which resulted in energetic panel-audience conversations.

Please review our research on our website for explanations of the leadership styles and to request a copy of the research