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Driving gender and pay diversity video

Spark chief executive Simon Moutter says "powerhouse women" shaped his leadership style today.

Spark boss' eyes welled with tears when he spoke of how his company had failed to make women feel equal to men.

Blunt instruments required

WorkSafe chief executive Nicole Rosie says she focuses on talking about women's strengths.

Development of women leaders must be part of wider business strategy.

Diversity key driver of innovation

About 1,400 employees across 16 countries have taken part in Disrupt since it was launched last year.

 Diverse thinking is as important as cultural, gender or age inclusion, Fonterra says.

We don't have enough diversity video

Global Women and Fairfax Media are collaborating in a series about diversity in the workplace and more women in business ...

Diversity - we don't have enough of it, but how can we change that?

Diversity begins at the top video

PWC partner and chairwoman and Global Women board member Michele Embling says there are more female role models now than ...

Corporate bosses told they must lead by example if they want more women at the top.

Attracting Maori talent

NZTA regional director Parekawhia McLean says businesses need to recognise the importance of whanau.

Profit-driven culture of business doesn't entice Maori leaders, who prefer community-focused iwi organisations.

NZ's pay problem

Susan Doughty says firms have to 'peel the onion' to work out what their gender pay discrepancies are.

Gender gap is outright sexism, one lawyer says.

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