Gender at Work Summit 2019

9 May – London

Bringing together organisations committed to tackling gender inequality in the workplace. 200+ CONFIRMED TO ATTEND!

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Join 200+ confirmed senior diversity, inclusion and HR professionals committed to tackling gender inequality in the workplace.

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Timed one month after the annual Gender Pay Gap reporting deadline, the summit will provide a timely opportunity to explore the barriers to achieving gender equality and share practical examples of progress.

With 20+ speakers and a unique one-day CPD accredited programme featuring on-stage interviews; panel discussions and a choice of stream sessions, we are sure you will leave inspired to address gender inequality in your own organisation.

Why not make the most of your time out of the office and attend our d&i Leaders Race at Work Summit, taking place the day before at the same venue.

Two day tickets can be shared with a colleague.

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Organisations attending include

20+ expert speakers, including

Mairéad Nayager

Chief Human Resources Officer

Diageo

Fiona Cannon OBE

Group Director of Inclusion and Diversity

Lloyds Banking Group

Leena Nair

Chief HR Officer

Unilever

Jan Bibby

Head of Organisation Effectiveness & Change, AMEAP

Vodafone

Fiona Dawson

Global President

Mars Food, Multisales and Global Customers

Jill Shedden MBE

Group HR Director

Centrica

Liz Burton

Global Head, Inclusion and Diversity

GSK

Catherine Lynch

Chief People Officer

Virgin Media

Leigh Lafever-Ayer

HR Director, UK and Ireland

Enterprise Rent-A-Car

Chris Young

HR Director - Northern Europe

P&G

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Topics being explored at the d&i Leaders Gender at Work Summit 2019 include:

  • Experiences of building a gender equal workplace
  • Tackling unconscious bias and how to “Unstereotype the workplace”
  • The role of men as change agents
  • Holding senior leaders accountable for achieving gender results
  • Empowering women in all their diversity
  • Supporting the great women who already work for you
  • Mentoring and sponsorship
  • Widening your search for new talent – what experience is relevant?
  • Why diversity matters as the pace of tech increases
  • The agility mindset – designing a workplace for the modern workforce
  • Breaking down gender stereotypes related to parenting
  • Examples of sustainable long-term interventions

Summit supported by

d&i Leaders is proud to be supporting Young Women’s Trust

d&i Leaders is proud to be supporting Young Women’s Trust, who support young women, especially those struggling to live on low or no pay, to get into work that is right for them.

We will be donating £2 for every delegate place sold at our Gender at Work Summit 2019. Please visit: www.youngwomenstrust.org

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This event is CPD accredited

Venue

Hilton London Tower Bridge

5 More London Place, Tooley Street,
London, SE1 2BY
Telephone: +44 (0) 20 3002 4300

Hilton London Tower Bridge,
5 More London Place,
Tooley Street,
London,
SE1 2BY

+44 (0) 20 3002 4300


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