Showing Up As Your Whole Self: Why Authenticity Is The Key To Career Success

Authenticity and bias | 24th March 2022 | 13:00 – 15:30

Authenticity and bias
8th February 2022 | 13:00 – 15:30

When it comes to navigating in the workplace, many people of colour feel like they aren’t able to show up as their fullest self for fear of bias, concerns about fitting in, and limiting beliefs about knowing our worth. As organisations in the modern era, we must work to stop these harmful narratives that allow for tone policing to exist. Standing up against these sorts of stereotypes represents an important step towards equality in leadership circles.

In this roundtable, you’ll learn the power of showing up as your authentic self, how to get in the right rooms and negotiating your worth, and how to stop micro-aggressions such as stereotypes from having macro-like implications on the careers of black leaders.

We need to dismantle the stale stories told around the workplace and replace them with those that empower people of colour to rise up and reach the potential that they have within them.

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Stacey Kruckel Chief Marketing Officer, Capco

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Becky Utuka Director of Development and Sales, Gateway Housing Association

Becky Utuka is the Director of Development and Sales at Gateway Housing and sits on the Development Board of Citizen Housing Association and the Board of Future of London as a Non-Executive Director.

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Ninesh Muthiah Founder and CEO, Home Connections

Ninesh Muthiah, Founder and CEO of Home Connections, is the serial innovator in social housing software applications.

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Date: 24th March 2022

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.