Accelerating change

Closing the gender pay gap

We brought together a panel of DEI and HR experts to discuss how they are accelerating change from within their organisation, and share practical steps on how we can all work towards equality.

Making the Business Case for an Inclusive Culture

Studies have shown that diversity in the workforce is important for businesses as it drives improvements in leadership effectiveness, innovation, financial performance, talent recruitment and retention. How can we encourage organisational change to impr

Anthony Fitzpatrick, Head of Colleague Experience and Employment Policy of Aviva

Zara Nanu, CEO and Founder of GapSquare

Motivating Leadership Action with Male Stakeholders

Diversity and inclusion is more than just a women’s issue or minority’s issue. As more leaders begin to recognise DEI as a business issue, the opportunity is great for HR leaders looking to affect organisational change. How can organisations create a culture that encourages different stakeholders to engage? 

Dagmar Albers, Diversity & Inclusion Leader of Pfizer

Simon Watson, Male Allies Chairman of NatWest Group

Legal Implications & Leadership Motivation

While legislation alone is not enough to close the gender pay gap, good leadership and work culture change should be preemptive of changing labor law. How can we take a proactive approach to introducing policy in the workplace?

David Blackburn, Chief People Officer of Financial Services Compensation Scheme

Susha Chandrasekhar, Senior Lawyer of Government Legal Departments.

Championing Working Parents

We work hard to raise awareness of the challenges parents face in the workforce

The Importance of Childcare in Single Parenthood

The Importance of Childcare in Single Parenthood

Hi my name is Nevine, a single working mum to a wonderful 10 year old boy and founder of tech start-up, Playdate, the UK’s first dating app for single parents. I suppose starting Playdate was initially a selfish endeavour. How the hell can a divorced, busy working mum...