D&I Paradox (AUG 2022 Recording)

It can be difficult to know where to start to improve the employee experience. And, burying your head in the sand risks an exodus of talent. Bringing people along with you on journeys of change is not easy, particularly if you are not segmenting employee listening to uncover the specific challenges that certain groups, face across all levels of your company. D&I has grown as an organisational priority over the past two years Has this translated into positive action in the workplace? Some of the challenges facing this journey include:

  • We’re living through a “workquake”—driven by employees rethinking the meaning and value of work. 
  • Many workers today have greater access to new labour markets and wider work options.

Join us for this informative webinar and:

  • Define Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging and the impact it has on organisations globally.
  • Translate words to actions – what steps can we take to create inclusive workplaces and company cultures, and connect D&I to companies’ business strategies? Identify future workplace trends, gender equality, and how D&I can be reflected in workplace environments, design, and work experiences.

Margot Slattery is Global Group Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging at ISS World Services, where she is directing integrated and dynamic initiatives spanning the dimensions of Cultures & Ethnicity, Abilities, Gender, Sexual Orientation/LGBTQ+ and Generations & Age. Margot has been furthering the D&I agenda for more than 20 years inside and outside work, she is a member of various boards and NGO’s and a renowned thought leader speaking at events around the world. Margot’s longstanding commitment to D&I has earned her numerous accolades. Most recently, she was appointed global ambassador of All Ireland Business Forum for her contribution to promoting and developing D&I standards in the workplace and society.


D&I Paradox
Recorded 08/30/2022
Recorded 08/30/2022 Recorded webinar
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