LGBT+ at Work Online Conference 2023

Now available to watch on demand!

Bringing together organisations looking to demonstrate real commitment to their LGBT+ staff, consumers and service users.

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200+ organisations took part in our 2023 conference

The 5th annual d&i Leaders LGBT+ at Work Online Conference took place on 9 February, with 18 expert speakers and 200+ attendees. 

You can now purchase access to the live event recordings and watch on demand.

With 6hrs worth of keynote presentations, panel discussions, one to one conversations and audience Q&A sessions, we are sure you will be inspired to make a difference in your own organisation.

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d&i Leaders Club

In-house D&I and HR related professionals, along with Employee Network Members, are invited to join the
d&i Leaders Club – a network of 10,000+ people!

Membership is free and will give you a 5% discount off your online conference place and a whole host of other networking and educational opportunities.

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Our 2023 expert speakers included

Jacqui Lloyd

SVP; Head of Apprenticeships & Diversity Programmes


Rhammel Afflick

Head of Advocacy and Communications

British Youth Council

Bobbi Pickard

Founder & CEO, Trans in the City, DEI Consultant


Claire Harvey

Head of Inclusion & Engagement


Pav Akhtar

Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer

NHS Blood and Transplant

Simon Fillery



Eve Berteen

Head of Inclusion


Teik Tan

Procurement & Supply Chain Manager


Char Bailey

Director of People

Birmingham Pride (UK)

Georgie Court

Global Inclusion Specialist & Co-chair, Arcus (LGBTQ+ Affinity Network)

Clifford Chance

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Topics explored at the 2023 conference included

  • Attracting and progressing LGBT+ talent into leadership positions
  • How to create meaningful inclusion for those with intersectional identities
  • Supporting trans employees and creating a safe environment at work
  • Protecting and advancing LGBT+ rights against a backdrop of rising hate
  • Creating a successful LGBT+ employee resource group and encouraging allyship
  • Understanding the impact of language on LGBT+ employees
  • Supporting mental health and wellbeing for LGBT+ colleagues at work
  • Recent Employment Tribunal cases in the UK and implications for LGBT+ inclusion
  • Attracting and onboarding LGBT+ early in careers talent
  • Tackling micro-aggressions and progressing your career as an LGBT+ person
  • How organisations can embrace the intersection of disabled and LGBT+ identities at work
  • Invisible prejudice at work and its impact on LGBT+ and faith communities

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What our previous LGBT+ at Work conference attendees said...

“It made me uncomfortable in a good way!”

Head of Business Transformation
Lloyd’s of London

“Slick and very informative day”

Chair of Pride Network
Zurich Insurance

“Disruptive, informative, thought provoking”

Global Director of D&I

“The event was rich in content and very insightful”

D&I Manager
Institution of Engineering & Technology

“Excellent, thought provoking and inspiring”

Head of HR

“Good, informative conference”

EDI Lead
Metropolitan Thames Valley

“Brilliant! It has set the bar really high regarding the work we do on LGBT+ inclusion”

Diversity and Inclusion Advisor
Bedford College

“There is nothing available like I have learned here! Brilliant”

Head of HR Operations
Aldermore Bank

“Energetic, informative and engaging”

Regional Resourcing Manager
Nuffield Health

“Really well organised, structured with some very insightful and moving speakers”

Talent and Acquisition
Mott MacDonald

“Engaging, interesting and thought provoking”

HR Generalist
Spence & Partners

“Very good and informative”

D&I Manager

“Excellent. Extremely powerful speakers and thought provoking”

D&I Officer

“Interesting, informative and helpful”

Head of Customer Experience
Royal London

“First time in attendance and thoroughly enjoyed it”

Head of HR
Network Rail

“Thought provoking – thank you!”

EDI Manager
London Borough of Hillingdon

“Very interesting and informative – really enjoyed the event”

Business Design & Engagement Lead
National Crime Agency