SACCJ is pleased to announce that the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Japan (CCCJ) will be hosting its series of Global Diversity Management workshop 「父活」：父親の活躍からイノベーションへ：女性管理職も企業の競争力をアップする秘密の戦略 "Fathering innovation: The secret to increasing women in management and also corporate competitivity".
The distinguished guest speaker is Dr. Jackie F. Steele, Designated Associate Professor, Graduate School of Law, Nagoya University.
The seminar will be moderated by CCCJ Honorary Adviser, Akiko Kosuda. After Dr. Steele's talk in Japanese, there will be an opportunity for Q&A which is accepted in both English and Japanese.
Lunch and tea will be provided to all attendees. If you have any special dietary requirements, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Friday, 24 May 2019
Venue: The Embassy of Canada to Japan, Executive Dining Room (4F)
Admission fee: JPY 3,000 members / JPY 4,000 non-members
**Guests are required to present a government issued photo ID at entrance. A mandatory bag check will also be conducted.
Please note that there may be a possibility that we have to turn the guests down under the following circumstances.
- Guests without a government issued photo ID even though their names are on the list
- Guests who come to the event without signing up beforehand
- Guests who come to the event on behalf of someone else
*NOTE: This presentation will be given in JAPANESE.
Deadline for Registration/Cancellation: Friday, 17 May*
*Any cancellation after the deadline or no-show will be charged
Payment: Please pay by PayPal or bank transfer to the following account:
South African Chamber of Commerce in Japan
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ
Futsuu account #4558900
Registration: Please click here
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About the Speaker:
Jackie F. Steele (PhD Political Science) is Associate Professor (Graduate School of Law, Nagoya University), co-founder of the Research Network on Gender and Diversity in Political Representation in Japan (GDRep), Program Director or For Empowering Women (FEW) Japan (Kanto), and most recently, founder of en-joi, D&I Consulting and Training.
A trilingual political scientist and longtime Japan resident (since 1997) with expertise in diversity, gender equality, inclusive leadership and democratic citizenship, Jackie is passionate about co-creating purpose-led organizations that integrate diversity, solidarity, and innovation into the core values and practices of team-building and decision-making.
Jackie believes that “Diversity rocks and inclusion matters.” Her literacy-and-praxis-building approach equips D&I thought leaders and stakeholders with a language and vision of inclusion enriched by academic expertise, international best practices, and two decades of action-based research on intersectional identities of diverse men and women in Japan and North America.