5 tips for running inclusive virtual meetings

5 tips for running inclusive virtual meetings

Virtual meetings have many benefits if they are run properly, they enable people to work flexibly and for the team to benefit from the collective wisdom of a larger group.

With one in three of us now working remotely and this number increasing year-on-year, it is inevitable that at some point you will be part of a virtual or distributed team and therefore virtual meetings. To ensure team collaboration and productivity, inclusive virtual meetings are an essential part of team and organisational success.

How do you work flexibly?

How do you work flexibly?

Flexibility in the workplace is critical for creating a sense of wellbeing, enabling gender equality, and for treating people like the responsible, autonomous and unique humans that they are. Achieving all of which leads to higher levels of performance.

I need a gender strategy, where do I start?

I need a gender strategy, where do I start?

Gender can become a priority for your organisation in different ways. Ideally, it’s through strategic thinking of what’s important to your business and an understanding that gender diversity can lead to innovation and higher performance. So where do you start with a gender strategy?

Two simple things for wellbeing in the workplace

Two simple things for wellbeing in the workplace

We spend so much time at work - wellbeing in the workplace is so important and can’t just be thought of as something separate that we do in our 5 minutes of spare time that we’ll get to at some point. Enabling people to thrive in their work, career and lives will bring better outcomes for all involved.. 

September Financy Women’s Index - progress on women's economic equality

September Financy Women’s Index - progress on women's economic equality

The September Financy Women’s Index has been released showing progress on women's economic equality in Australia. The Financy Women’s Index powered by Data Digger is the country’s first and only Index which tracks and benchmarks the economic progress of Australian women on a quarterly basis.