Webinar: Trowers Tuesdays - maximising inclusivity and the diversity leadership challenge


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Tuesday 07 July 2020

11:30am - 12:30pm

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Our next Trowers Tuesdays is on the 7th July 2020 and we are delighted to be joined by Steve Douglas CBE, the new CEO of St Mungo‚Äôs, the national Homelessness charity.  

Preventing discrimination within the workplace is part of the story, but what about employers who want to positively embrace diversity and inclusion, and actively be anti-racist as well? 

The worldwide Black Lives Matters' protests sparked by the tragic death of George Floyd continue to highlight the persistent discrimination and inequality that exists in our society. Much research has been done which demonstrates that employers with more diverse leadership and inclusive workforces are more effective, profitable and creative.

 Awarded the CBE in 2019 for services to Housing, Steve has had a long and distinguished career in the affordable housing sector. He specialises in leadership and change management of diverse and complex organisations. A founder partner of Altair, Steve was instrumental in setting up Leadership 2025, an intensive leadership programme for senior leaders within the housing sector from BME backgrounds. Steve will talk about the wider diversity leadership challenge and where programmes like Leadership 2025 fit in and matter, now more than ever. We will also discuss the Equality Act and what employers can do to positively maximise inclusivity in their workplaces and workforces. 

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