E te tī, e te tā, e ngā karanga tanga maha o te motu, mauri ora ki a koutou. E ai ki te korero, ko te manu kai miro, nōna te ngahere, ko te manu kai mātauranga, nōna te ao. Ahakoa ngā tini uauatanga o te wā, ahakoa te nuinga o ngā mahi kei mua i a tātou – me mahi tahi tātou.

The annual Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Impact Report shows the progress made by the Champions for Change in achieving their shared goal of a 40:40:20 gender balance.

Moreover, the report reveals the opportunities that all organisations in Aotearoa can harness for a more prosperous, gender-inclusive future.

Times of crisis present an opportunity. As we emerge from the shadow of Covid-19, this year’s report reveals another economic opportunity for diversity: the equal participation of women in the workforce as a potential answer to the talent crisis.

In doing so, Global Women estimates it could inject a $20-$40bn boost into our economy. This is something that we believe — with swift gender-parity action — is achievable.

We invite you to join us.

Who are the Champions for Change?
An initiative of Global Women, Champions for Change is a collective of New Zealand’s top CEOs and Chairs with the shared vision of an equitable and prosperous Aotearoa New Zealand, brought about by diverse and inclusive leadership.






Case Studies


Increasing gender diversity

As a broadcaster, partner and sponsor, Sky has a critical role to play in making women’s sport more accessible and more visible to all New Zealanders.

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Leading inclusive cultures

For generations, Fisher & Paykel has been a leader in innovation in the home appliances space.

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Increasing Māori and ethnic diversity

Spark is a powerhouse of technology and professional skills with partnerships and connections to great thought leaders across the world.

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Influencing the outside world

NZ Trade & Enterprise goal is to double the number of women-led companies that they work with by supporting a diverse group of women-led companies.

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