EEON Events and Webinars

The Equal Employment Opportunity Network hosts up to four events and two webinars per year. Each forum is designed and chosen for its potential to develop the skills and knowledge of our members and to spark discussion. Members and guests alike are welcome at all events. Attendance is free for members, who get first access to each forum. Please visit our membership page to become a part of the EEON community. We also welcome guests, so If you are not a member of EEON but would like to attend a specific event, please contact us. You can stay up to date with all our events by following us on Twitter or LinkedIn, or by joining our mailing list, which is open to members and non-members alike.
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Upcoming Events and Webinars

Featured Speaker: Tom Verghese

In association with the Australian Intercultural Society, EEON is proud to be presenting Dr. Tom Verghese speaking about :

Cultural Diversity - inclusion, intelligence, agility - making it happen in your workplace


The field of Cultural Diversity has evolved to become broader and deeper to now cover cultural inclusion, cultural intelligence, and cultural agility. Organisations are more and more keen to understand how they can truly harness cultural diversity for strategic outcomes.

Hear Dr Tom Verghese give his perspective as a practitioner who has worked in the field locally and internationally over the last 25 years. He will share reflections and insights on what he has observed over his long career in the field of Cultural Diversity.

About Our Speaker

Dr. Tom Verghese is an internationally renowned consultant, presenter, executive cultural coach, author and founder of Cultural Synergies. Tom’s expertise is cultural intelligence, inclusive leadership and high performing international teams. Tom has 26 years of experience working in the field of cultural diversity taking him to over 30 countries.

More about the Australian Intercultural Society

Over the course of the last decade, the Australian Intercultural Society (AIS) has served as the catalyst organisation in forging harmonious relationships between people of differing faiths and cultures, making significant contributions to social harmony.

Further info on the work of AIS can be found at their website:

Please book early to secure your place as this will be a very popular event.

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