How to foster and promote a diverse and inclusive culture
The benefits of a diverse and inclusive workplace are well documented. Many organisations now recognise the need to make it a priority and yet “action is not guided by clear knowledge of what works, and under what conditions”1
Sandra Palmer will be leading this session, sharing how to approach increasing diversity, together with our thinking on how to tackle D&I in a way that works for your organisation.
Sandra has been a Director with Corporate Culture for over 10 years, leading projects that create deeper engagement with employees, stakeholders and customers, for companies such as AstraZeneca, Asda, Co-op, Sainsbury’s Bank, also with Ricoh UK at the start of their diversity journey, helping them to create a more inclusive culture and a working environment which values, embraces and celebrates diversity in the workplace. Sandra also has 20 years in-house experience leading communications, engagement and marketing teams for FTSE 100 companies and government funded organisations.
Joining Sandra will be Tim Parr, who has more than 25 years’ experience delivering creative communications and campaigns that bring strategies to life for organisations needing to inspire change.
The Co-operative Group, KPMG, The Crown Estate and WWF International are just a few of the recent clients he has worked with, helping frame narratives, create communications strategies and imagine initiatives to engage employees and other stakeholders.
1 source: CIPD, 2018
Tea and coffee will be available from 08:30am, with a prompt start at 9am.
It promises to be an invaluable session for all those senior professionals wanting to understand how to approach this complex issue to deliver the competitive edge, so join us on 4th April in central London for this free Discovery Session.
To register your interest, please contact Elaine Smith. Or sign up using the form below.