This webinar, for all ICAEW members and financial services professionals, will help you understand what role you have to play in proactively building diverse and inclusive personal networks. Our speaker, Sonya Dreizler, approaches the subjects of diversity and inclusion, gender and race in a real and relatable way. This empowering and practical discussion will allow you to ask questions and take immediate actions to grow a more diverse and inclusive network.
Community insights and announcements
Read the latest insights and announcements from ICAEW's Diversity Community.
We have now launched this short two-question survey which asks members to share with us their current challenges and insights as well as telling us what support they need.
In his keynote at ICAEW’s Virtually Live conference, mental health consultant and speaker Nick Elston explained what good mental health management looks like. "Lived experience is the vehicle that takes people and businesses from the problem to the solution when it comes to mental health. But it’s not the solution."
Due to the very sad death of George Floyd in the United States recently, RACE and BAME issues have now become even more apparent.
Laura Fitzsimons Co-Founder of the Pipeline explains why firms need to avoid thoughtless restructures during difficult times and preserve the minorities in their workforces.
The World Economic Forum has outlined four ways to promote diversity in a post-coronavirus era. They are: inclusion, performance, leadership and women's participation.
Research shows managers lack confidence in this area, a survey from People Management finds staff anxiety about COVID-19 HR’s biggest challenge.
There are some companies where diversity and inclusion is simply a matter of ticking the legal boxes. No more, no less. But if your company wants to get ahead with really improving diversity issues then think more along the lines of diversity as a journey.
Today we talk in terms of diversity, but a decade ago the language was more around equality and discrimination. The passing of the Equality Act 2010 was the game changer that informs our understanding of diversity today, but the history of equality or anti-discrimination legislation is one of gradual change.