HR teams are continually evolving to keep pace with the changing world of work and rising focus on performance and productivity. Join CBI's Principal Policy Adviser, Employment for a shared learning discussion on inclusive workplaces.
This is a unique opportunity for Senior HR Executives to network, collaborate and discuss current business challenges and explore the trends facing you in 2019. Led by a senior CBI speaker, this will be an interactive session focussing on access to people and skills in an unprecidented political landscape.
Attend this People and Skills Network and you will:
Join Eugenia Migliori, CBI Principal Policy Adviser, Employment as she leads the discussion on how to become a more inclusive workplace and our guest speaker Rosie Clarke, Senior Consultant at Inclusive Employers
Agenda to follow shortly - this session will focus on diversity and inclusion.
Connect with your peers, share ideas and take away best-practice
Who should attend?
This is a CBI member only network for senior leaders in roles such as:
Chief of People
Head of HR
Director of People/Talent
Diversity and Inclusion Lead
Space is limited at this event so book your place today.
Introducing Eugenia Migliori, Principal Policy Adviser, Employment
Eugenia is Principal Policy Adviser of the Employment Team. Before joining the CBI, Eugenia worked at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in New York City, as well as a public policy senior adviser at the Argentinian Government for 8 years. She is also a researcher specialised in public policies across sectors. Eugenia holds a MPA (UCL).
Our Guest Speaker Rosie Clarke, Senior Inclusion and Diversity Consultant, Inclusive Employers
Rosie leads Inclusive Employers northern operations from Leeds. She has experience in delivering consultancy projects such as diversity and inclusion strategy writing, action planning, policy writing and reviews, steering group facilitation, advice and guidance sessions. She delivers training across a range of diversity and inclusion topics for public and private sector companies including inclusive leadership training. Rosie has a particular interest in cognitive difference including neurodiversity, disability and mental illness. She has dyslexia and has always been aware of the different way she approaches the world of work. Before working for Inclusive Employers, Rosie worked with young people and adults with learning disabilities running workshops on communication and life skills. Rosie currently furthering her career through studying for a Masters in Organisational and Business Psychology.
This event brings greater benefits to all attendees when the audience is diverse - with leaders from different businesses, regions, sectors and job roles. To enable diversity, all spaces will be allocated by the CBI to maximise the potential for a successful event.
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