Is there a Business Case for Equality, Diversity & Inclusion?
Multiple studies spanning across decades has shown that practising equality, diversity and inclusion has a direct link to the growth and prosperity of organisations, its people and the wider society. However every sector is facing a diversity deficit, and it is worrying that despite increased public and shareholder pressure to address the lack of diversity within the public sector, we are seeing little or no change. In this session we will review the state of affairs, share recent key findings and explore recommendations.
Our expert trainer, Minaxi Mistry has been chapioning equality, diversity and inclusion over 25 years.She is currently the founder and CEO of Equality Leaders. Having started her career within the publishing industry within a niche space, Minaxi has been fortunate to work with clients across multiple sectors and grown her network globally. Her work has revolutionised diversity and inclusion by providing effective solutions, by making a positive impact to the workplace and society.
Minaxi’s work to campaign for equality started soon after the murder of Stephen Lawrence, when a young black boy was murdered in a racially motivated attack on the streets of London in April 1993. Stephen’s murder was a turning point for Britain, because like George Floyds murder, it represents a pivotal and changing points in our history.
In 2017, Minaxi was appointed to the Campaigns Board for Historic Royal Palaces and 2019 took the position of Corporate Advisory Board Member for the Lyric Theatre Hammersmith. She supports both charities with their wider fund raising activities.
As an Indian woman, who plays many roles in life, Minaxi brings many years of lived and breathed experiences to the forefront of campaigning for a fair and equal world.
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10:30 - 11:30
19 November 2020 Book
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