Companies are making stronger commitments to diversity and inclusion as a result of the ongoing health crisis which has disproportionately impacted people of colour, and the Black Lives Matter movement that shone a spotlight on the racism, inequality, and discrimination Black people and other underrepresented groups continue to face.

While steps have been made, there is still significant work to be done to increase diversity in the workplace and to build an inclusive workplace culture where every individual can thrive.

Join our panel of experts for an open and challenging conversation about ethnic diversity in the UK workplace and what talent leaders can do to drive actionable change and impact.

Tune in to hear the panel discuss:

  • Why representation matters at work
  • Developing racial diversity through a culture of individuality
  • Strategies for unconscious bias that we all need to break the pattern
  • A look at what does (and doesn't) attracts diverse talent
When registering, make sure to select which of these topics is most relevant to you and your organisation.

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The Panel

June Sarpong OBE
June Sarpong OBE
TV Presenter, Diversity Expert & Award-winning Author
Ruby McGregor -Smith CBE
Baroness Ruby McGregor-Smith CBE
British Chambers of Commerce
Asif Sadiq MBE
Asif Sadiq MBE
Senior Vice President, Head of Equity and Inclusion
WarnerMedia International
Nova Reid
Nova Reid
Anti-Racism Activist and Author