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Promoting an inclusive media & marketing industry
The Women Leading Change initiative was created in 2017 to address the fact that only 31% of media businesses in APAC had gender diversity initiatives in place. The objective seemed simple but the route to change remains a challenge today. The conversation has evolved and so must we. Enter Campaign Leading Change. Diversity means more and change involves all genders so, naturally, so must our campaign for change.
For real diversity, we must continue to work at it, evaluate and scrutinise our progress, and encourage change at every roadblock. Are our workforces representative of the incredible diversity we have in this vibrant region? Is the media we put out, the creativity and the ideas, representing real people or falling into stereotyping tropes? Could we be doing more to create inclusive cultures to attract much-needed talent into the industry? And what does diversity look like in the new decade?
We must have open dialogue and hold each other to account in order to grow and prosper. Campaign Leading Change’s purpose is to offer this platform and to promote a healthy industry in Asia-Pacific.
This starts today, with new research, a refreshed Mandate for Change and a 12 month plan to help get APAC on the right track. We want you to join us on this journey.
Join us at Raffles Singapore for a day of forward-looking discussions, practical exercises and networking with industry’s change champions. Whatever your position or discipline, change involves the whole industry so register your interest today to be part of the conversation on shaping a better future for talent.
Following the conference, the Women Leading Change Awards will celebrate and honour those who are demonstrating outstanding leadership and innovation, paving the way for greater inclusivity in their respective roles.
2019 highlights video
Content Themes: Representation & Well-Being
Thinking differently is the lifeblood of the creative industries. From ethnicity and race, to sexual orientation and gender identity, diversity is all around us. People come in all different shapes and sizes and modern workplaces must embrace these differences and be inclusive, in order to thrive and survive.
The big discussions on stage:
Research: Where have we been and where are we today?
What does diversity mean in the new decade?
How seriously are businesses in APAC taking the mental health and well-being of the workforce and how can we ensure we are creating an inclusive culture that promotes a healthy work-life balance?
Proven strategies for activating inclusion in the workplace
Moving #MeToo and #TimesUp out of the shadows in APAC
How can we move towards appropriate representation in advertising?
Genuine authentic marketing to LGBTQ+ communities
How can we ensure cross-market consistency of business initiatives?
The next phase of our Mandate for Change
FEMALE LEADERS OF THE FUTURE
The morning workshop is designed to offer practical advice and mentorship to female rising stars who strive for leadership positions. A rising star is defined as a media, marketing, creative or communications professional with less than 5 years experience in industry or with the job title of senior manager or below. The hands-on morning equips talent with the skills to take their self-strategy and career to the next level and progress in their chosen discipline.
The morning includes:
Live mentorship with some of the industry’s most prominent leaders who will share what skills are needed and leadership tips from the top
Creating a strategy for self development
Finding a work-life balance and overcoming gender bias
Personal success stories from inspirational women
Finding confidence in your talent and abilities
Join us as we work together on the next phase of change in APAC.
EVENT LOCATION RAFFLES SINGAPORE, 1 BEACH RD, SINGAPORE 189673 (ENTRANCE POINT AT 328 NORTH BRIDGE ROAD)