By: Sam Russell – November 2015
DAWN (originally the ‘Diverse Australian Womens Network’, but now an organisation for both men and women) will be running their 5th session on Asian-Australian Leadership from 6.30pm on the 16th of November 2015 at the St James Ethics Centre, Level 1, Legion House 161 Castlereagh Street, Sydney.
About the event:
DAWN is an organisation that champions the goal of a truly inclusive Australian society that includes culturally diverse leadership teams in organisation in both the public and private sector. Their mission includes ‘The creation of a professional network that advocates for, and promotes, inclusive leadership from within Australia’s culturally diverse workplace’ and to ‘Unlock the talent from within organisations to help business and government succeed here, and internationally. In doing so, Australia will recognise the human and cultural resources we have that will enable the nation to achieve its economic and social goals’.
About the author:
Sam Russell is the Director of Client Services and Business Development for Rhodes Business School, widely recognised as one of Australia’s leading business and leadership training organisations and a premier sponsor of The Australian L&D Network and Learning Matters Magazine. Click here for more information or call 1300 746 287.
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