Women in B2B Network: How to Achieve a Diverse & Inclusive Culture
Diversity and inclusion are hot topics for every organisation today. However, despite their importance they continue to be a challenge to execute and implement.
As we know, diverse and inclusive companies drive innovative results. Yet a lot of industries still struggle with diversity and inclusion, often failing to attract diverse talent due to inclusivity issues in the workplace. For organisations looking to shape up their diversity and inclusion practices and policies, the change can be challenging — and rewarding.
Join us to celebrate our first birthday as we host a panel discussion on how to achieve a diverse & inclusive culture.
We are so excited to have these diversity experts on our panel:
Sarah Atkinson - as Chair of the Diversity & Skills Council at techUK, Sarah is actively involved in several Diversity & Inclusions programs including Gender Pay Gap reporting, and is a founding supporter of the WISE Campaign's "People Like Me Digital", which aims to influence 200, 000 11-15 year old girls in the UK to consider a career in STEM
Rajinder Pryor - Rajinder is a committed Diversity and Inclusion champion, STEM ambassador and actively involved in a number of networks in the rail industry. In April 2018 Rajinder was awarded Inspirational Woman of the Year by Women in Rail in recognition of her work with various networks. She is actively involved with Network Rail's employee networks "Inspire" striving for gender equality and "Cultural Fusion" for BAME employees.
Robin White - Robin is a Barrister practicing in all aspects of employment and discrimination law. In 2012 became the first UK discrimination barrister to undergo gender reassignment in practice at the employment and discrimination bar. Instructed by individuals, unions, companies and large public corporations. Often called upon for advice with railway staffing matters.
Greg Kemp - Greg has worked at London Air Traffic Control for over 20 years and has experience working in a diverse environment where he is seen as a leader in inclusiveness and diversity. Greg represents LGBT to ensure both the development and improvement of inclusiveness & diversity on human and civil rights for all.
Clare Bellman is an independent beauty guide for LimeLife - a professional grade skincare and makeup brand. Clare offers complimentary 1:1 sessions to consult and try skincare and makeup to suit your skin tone and help you achieve that professional look. We shall have a prize draw on the night where you will have the opportunity to win a LimeLife skincare or makeup product!
Jo Robbens is a photographer specialising in creating imagery for ambitious entrepreneurs and business professionals looking for something more than just the usual "Corporate" headshot. Jo provides personal branding photography and headshots, she understands the importance of communicating online with powerful and effective imagery, and will be there to answer any of your questions on how to get that perfect look.
6:00pm - 6:30pm Arrivals, Drinks & Nibbles & Networking, LimeLife & Professional Image table
6:30pm Panel starts
6:30pm - 6:40pm Introductions & share your story
6:40pm – 7:30pm Panel Questions
7:30pm – 8:00pm Drinks/Nibbles, Networking, Winner of the LimeLife Goodie Bag announced & Close
Drinks & Appetisers will be served. Please feel free to bring your friends and colleagues - we look forward to seeing you!
Register here - https://events.attend.com/f/1383788209