How to be a Good Leadership Ally - Part Two

DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS | 20TH OCTOBER 2021 | 13:00 – 15:30

DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS
20TH OCTOBER 2021 | 13:00 – 15:30

This is the much anticipated follow up on our roundtable from earlier in the where we discussed some of the internal challenges that organisations are currently facing while working towards workplace inclusion. What do our non BAME colleagues really think about the challenges facing BAME, and why? How does corporate culture influence the dynamic for non BAME colleagues who want to help? What are the challenges currently preventing progressive action being taken? How do we remove those challenges?

Join us for this follow up discussion to continue the conversation and help move the sector towards a more inclusive future.

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Kate Dodsworth Director of Consumer Regulation, Regulator of Social Housing

Kate started her career in housing 30 years ago in homelessness, working with rough sleepers in Birmingham and later managing homeless hostels in Brighton.

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Simon Fanshawe OBE Partner, Diversity by Design

Simon has lived in Brighton since 1975 when he went to study law at Sussex University. Over the years his career has covered being a Perrier Award winning comic, broadcasting with his own shows on BBC Radios 4 and 5 and GLR, making documentaries on TV and radio and writing features and interviews for The Sunday Times Culture, Guardian and Observer, Daily Telegraph and (even) The Daily Mail.

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Helen Webb Chief People Officer, Coop Group

Helen was appointed as Co-op’s Chief People and Services Officer in April 2017. She’s a member of the seven-strong Executive Committee responsible for Building a Stronger Co-op and Stronger Communities and championing a better way of doing business for 4 million members, 18 million customers and 62,000 colleagues.

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Caroline Pillay Senior Partner, Airey Miller

Caroline Pillay is a senior partner at Airey Miller and Chair of the Councils Building Homes Forum. Caroline specialises on estate and area regeneration, client side advisory and programme support to Local Authorities RP’s and Local Housing Companies.

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Date: 20th October 2021

Time: 13:00 – 15:30

Venue: Central London

If you would like to register your interest to attend the roundtable please click the link below.