CBI @10am: The future of diversity and inclusion

CBI @10am: The future of diversity and inclusion

CBI @10am: The future of diversity and inclusion
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22 September 2021

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10:00 - 10:45

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Online

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Transforming Work takeover: The future of diversity and inclusion

The pandemic has turned our lives and the world of work upside down. As the UK economy is recovering, companies have the unique opportunity to go back to the drawing board to reimagine the current diversity and inclusion practices. To build back better, it is time to think about what organisations want to achieve with D&I in the next two to five years.

Improving gender and ethnic representation at all levels of businesses will remain critical. At the same time, many organisations will start to broaden their focus to look at further protected characteristics such as neurodiversity, age and go beyond protected characteristics to include social mobility, inclusion and ESG.

Taking place during the Transforming Work Week, this session will welcome a panel of expert speakers for a discussion about businesses' ambitions for D&I in the coming years:

  • Lord Karan Bilimoria CBE DL, President, CBI
  • Jodie Coe, Director of People and Operations, CPI
  • John McCalla-Leacy, Head of ESG, KPMG
  • Michelle Sequeira, Principal, Talent Strategy | UK Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Consulting Leader, Mercer.

This webinar will be chaired by Liz Moseley (Editor and Partner, Tortoise Media).

Webinar recordings are made available on the same day of broadcast between 16:00 and 17:00. If you have signed up for the webinar, you will be sent a follow-up email with a link to the recording. You can also access all previous recordings on the CBI website.

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