Progress or Paralysis?

August 3, 2018 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Leonda by the Yarra
2 Wallen Rd
Hawthorn VIC 3122
$170 per person
SCLAA National Secretariat
1300 364 160

SCLAA Women in Logistics 2018 – The Great Debate Luncheon

Join us for a gendered discussion gauging today’s climate and reality of women working in the Australian Logistics Industry.

SCLAA hosts a multi-generational, multi-gendered panel discussion between various Industry Professionals who bring experience, reality and truths to the table.

Over the past couple of years, this thought-provoking event has hosted successful women from various reaches of the Australian Logistics Industry. They’ve told their stories about their career trials, tribulations and triumphs. Australian business as a whole has come a long way in recognising the value of the working woman. But are women in Logistics soaring to the heights of their male counterparts? Are barriers being broken at a rate that recognises as true progress? Are opportunities, promotions and pay parring with the men? These questions and others are the next level of milestones and opportunities that matter. All sides will be represented on the day with open, honest, and with what we hope will be a bit of spirited discussions.



This is genuinely a unique event that will challenge your thinking, inspire you into action and assist in making collaborative change.

By attending this event you will be championing diversity and ensuring stronger working relationships between men and women. This is where you can put into practice ideas that will bring immediate economic and social benefits to your organisation. Encouraging diversity in the work place across the country, particularly in non-traditional sectors, while highlighting the need for men and women to support each other through collaboration, is a must. Ask your colleagues to attend so that they too can also participate as well as learn how to facilitate inclusive conversations. Ask the right questions and create action!

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