What happens when I die? International Women's Day 2022 #Breakthebias
Join Anna and very special guests, Sally Capp, Lord Mayor of Melbourne; Mary Delahunty, Founder and Executive Director of Seven Advisory (previously HESTA’s head of impact); and Esther Kerr-Smith, Chief Executive Officer of Australian Unity’s Wealth & Capital Markets business.
In this special episode these incredible leaders break the bread with Anna on this year’s International Women’s Day theme of #breakthebias in a no holds barred conversation. They discuss the gender pay gap, reflect on managing our unconscious bias, leadership styles, when you know it’s time to leave a role, the return to the office and much, much more.
Guests: Sally Capp, Lord Mayor of Melbourne; Mary Delahunty, Founder and Executive Director of Seven Advisory (previously HESTA’s head of impact); and Esther Kerr-Smith, Chief Executive Officer of Australian Unity’s Wealth & Capital Markets business.
Host: Anna Hacker, Principal, Australian Unity Trustees Legal Services
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