Thu, 26 Mar|
DICE for Breakfast
Each quarter, we pick the most topical news stories and academic research and discuss the implications with senior-level practitioners
Time & Location
26 Mar 2020, 08:30 – 10:00
Dechert LLP, 160 Queen Victoria St, London EC4V 4QQ, UK
About the event
Join us each quarter as we bring together a specialist panel of academics, practitioners, lawyers and journalists to discuss the latest Diversity, Inclusion, Culture & Engagement (DICE) stories and research.
As a round-table format and with contributions from experienced practitioners, this session will focus on what is having an impact and what organisations should be aware of (and focusing on).
Targeted at anyone interested in the DICE agenda, from senior executives and academics to those with a wish to fast-track their understanding on how to make an impact - and be able to differentiate between investing in programmes with strategic impact vs feeling pressure to drive activity for activity's sake.
Agenda in advance: You will receive an agenda of specifics topics and stories we will cover the day before so we are right up to date.
Colleagues or students with an interest or career aspirations in the DICE space are also welcome to come as a guest with you.
Dr. Doyin Atewologun - Doyin is Director of the Gender, Leadership & Inclusion Centre at Cranfield School of Management. A Chartered Business Psychologist, Dr. Atewologun is one of the foremost experts on leadership and intersectionality in organisations in the UK.
Katie Jacobs - Katie is the CIPD’s senior stakeholder lead, responsible for building a community of HR leaders and designing and delivering a stronger proposition for this group. Before this role, Katie was an award-winning business journalist and editor, including as editor of HR magazine.
Charles Wynn-Evans from Dechert LLP will be our contributing expert employment lawyer and the discussion will be facilitated by Patrick Voss
We are also delighted to have Professor Reina Lewis joining us Professor of Cultural Studies at the London College of Fashion , who will give a short overview of her latest research on Women, Modest Dress and Workwear.
- Breakfast served from 08.00-08.30
- Discussion 08.00-10.00
The event has no charge. But if you would like to support us to offer transport to someone who might have an interest, but where cost might be a barrier to attending, you are welcome to buy one of our PlusOne Initiative tickets.
PlusOne Initiative ticket
The event if free of charge, but if you would like to support us to offer transport to someone who might have an interest, but where cost might be a barrier to attending, you are welcome to buy one of our PlusOne Initiative tickets. This ticket price is inclusive of VAT.£50.00Tax: +£10.00 VAT