Dr Victor Sojo is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Workplace Leadership and a Lecturer in Leadership at the Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Melbourne. He completed a BSc in Industrial/Organisational Psychology (Magna Cum Laude), a MSc in Health Psychology and a PhD in Psychology (Melbourne University). Victor’s research focusses on factors that facilitate and hinder gender equality in occupational contexts, in particular sexual harassment, gender-based discrimination and work-family conflict, leaders’ role in diversity management, and implicit leadership theories. Victor has worked extensively with government agencies (e.g., NSW Police, Victorian Government DPC and Office of Prevention & Women's Equality) and private sector organisations (e.g., PwC, Cohealth, ANZ, Westpac) doing training and consulting in the areas of gender equality and diversity management.
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