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Jul
15
Wed
Inclusive Talent Management – Facilitated by Fiona Daniel @ Online Webinar
Jul 15 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

People are a company’s key asset, and in most companies their people will come from all walks of life and reflect the demographics of the geographies they operate in. Diversity is important, and if the diversity or the differences of their people are to thrive and benefit organisations, then inclusion is the key to unlocking potential and enabling diverse talent to thrive. Many organisations conduct some sort of talent management with supporting talent strategies, but just how inclusive is their approach to talent management, and what can you do to make it better. This webinar packed full of useful hints and tips in getting it right, food for thought and actions which can be implemented straight way.

The webinar will look to explore;

  • Why inclusive talent management is important in today’s climate
  • What talent management is
  • How to make it more inclusive and considerations for the virtual workplace
  • Pitfalls to avoid, hints and tips and some practical takeaways

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About Fiona Daniel

Fiona is an HR qualified diversity and inclusion leader and D&I company award winner with over 15 years’ experience of leading and growing the global diversity & inclusion agenda for one of the largest banking and financial service organisations in the world, including leading the UK as the Head of Diversity and Inclusion.

Fiona is passionate about people and inclusion and works tirelessly for the implementation of a holistic strategic approach which underpins all aspects of people decisions in business. She is an awards judge, speaker, panelist, thought leader, mentor and career coach.

After great success at HSBC she has established her own consultancy business FD2I, focused on driving action which aspires to move from diversity to inclusion. She is also the co-founder of Inclusive CEOs a peer to peer network connecting and engaging CEOs and their C suite executives to Commit, Act and Lead on the diversity and inclusion agenda. As if that was not enough, she has recently co-founded and established the Black Leaders Network whose aims being a positive force for change for Black inclusion and equality.

Fiona is a company member of the UN Women National Committee UK, chaired by Baroness Sandhip Verma supporting the Trustees in their aims for better gender equality UK and globally.

Jul
29
Wed
The Imposter Experience – Facilitated by Fiona Daniel @ Online Webinar
Jul 29 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Have you ever felt a bit like you are a fraud, and you do not deserve your job and accomplishments? You may be surprised that you are not alone, in fact you are in quite good company. Contrary to popular belief this is not unique to women either, it affects all kinds of people from all aspects of life men, young and the old, CEOs, celebrities and many more. Impostor Experience can massively affect confidence and self-esteem and this can be amplified for under-represented groups.

This introductory interactive webinar to the Imposter Experience will cover;

  1. What the Imposter Experience is and what it is not
  2. Why and how people experience it
  3. Strategies to overcome it
  4. Hints and tips and connectivity to other areas

Book your place today!

About Fiona Daniel

Fiona is an HR qualified diversity and inclusion leader and D&I company award winner with over 15 years’ experience of leading and growing the global diversity & inclusion agenda for one of the largest banking and financial service organisations in the world, including leading the UK as the Head of Diversity and Inclusion.

Fiona is passionate about people and inclusion and works tirelessly for the implementation of a holistic strategic approach which underpins all aspects of people decisions in business. She is an awards judge, speaker, panelist, thought leader, mentor and career coach.

After great success at HSBC she has established her own consultancy business FD2I, focused on driving action which aspires to move from diversity to inclusion. She is also the co-founder of Inclusive CEOs a peer to peer network connecting and engaging CEOs and their C suite executives to Commit, Act and Lead on the diversity and inclusion agenda. As if that was not enough, she has recently co-founded and established the Black Leaders Network whose aims being a positive force for change for Black inclusion and equality.

Fiona is a company member of the UN Women National Committee UK, chaired by Baroness Sandhip Verma supporting the Trustees in their aims for better gender equality UK and globally.

Aug
17
Mon
Finding your strengths through D&I in your career journey – Presented by Dr. Bijna K. Dasani, FRSA @ Online Webinar
Aug 17 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

This year there have been increasingly blurred lines between people working from home and managing home and work life from the same space. This session will help one to think strategically and implement appropriate actions drawing on strengths from various D&I facets


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About Dr Bijna K. Dasani, FRSA

@DrBijna

Cranfield’s Top 50 Women | #EMPower Top 100 #EthnicMinority Executives | Innovate Finance #WIFPowerlist | #WomeninITAwards Business Role Model |#TechWomen100 | Financial Times Global Champion #FTHERoes18 | #MT35under35

With 20 years of experience in Strategy and Innovation within Global Banking and Financial Services, Bijna serves the Boards of The Inclusive Companies Network, FinTech Connect, CIONet, Generation Success and Cajigo.

Bijna advises / advocates for a diversified portfolio of Business, Technology, Social Impact, I&D causes. She has spoken to global audiences at Deloitte, Edinburgh DataFest, Amazon, Sky, Lloyds Banking Group, Universities (Auburn, BPP, Edinburgh, De Montfort, Imperial College, Oxford, Sheffield), Appway, CIO NEXT, Bloomberg, Retail Banking Forum Europe, FinTech Connect, Bold Strategy Summit, EveryWoman India, The Next Gen Project and others. She serves as a Host / Judge / Speaker for a portfolio of events and awards including the Inclusive Companies Awards and Dublin Tech Summit.

Bijna is featured various publications including the following books: The Ultimate Professional Networker’s Guidebook Volume 1 (2019) and Women Kind: Unlocking the power of women supporting women (2018).

Bijna has been awarded title of Britain’s Rising Star at the UK Women of Inspiration awards (2019) by Baroness Verma.

Bijna has been recognised for the second year running, by the Financial Times, Yahoo Finance and the HERoes 100 Women Executives List (2019) which identifies the top 100 women in senior roles across all industries and sectors globally.

Bijna has been appreciated as follows: one of Top 50 Women to Watch (2019) by Cranfield University, #EMRoleModels19 Top 100 Ethnic Minority Executives (2019), Innovate Finance Women in Fintech Powerlist (2019-18), one of the #TechWomen100 (2019), as ‘Business Role Model of the Year’ by the Women in IT Awards & Amazon (2019), by the Lloyds Banking Group Top 100 BAME Role Models List (2019, 2018) as a ‘Global Champion’ (#60) of the Top 100 Executive #FTHERoes18 by the Financial Times (2018), with an Honorary Doctorate from De Montfort University (2018), by felicitation at the House of Lords (UK), at the NRI Pride of India World Summit (2017) for ‘Making India Proud’. Bijna is credited as one of the Top 50 Visionary Young Leaders in Business, by Henley Business School (2017), one of 35 leading British Business Women under 35, by Management Today, Accenture and The Telegraph (2015) and has received recognition with 15 further honours including the National Diversity Awards (2012) and the Asian Women of Achievement Awards (2010). Bijna is also the International Women’s Day Young Achiever of the Year (2006).

Sep
3
Thu
Radius Networks presents: How employee networks have reacted to 2020, and everything it threw at them – Presented by Fiona Jackson & Tim Macavoy
Sep 3 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Radius Networks presents: How employee networks have reacted to 2020, and everything it threw at them - Presented by Fiona Jackson & Tim Macavoy

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It’s been a year like no other and Employee Networks have had to change and innovate rapidly to support their members and engage their allies. Radius have interviewed a wide range of Employee Network Chairs and Diversity and Inclusion Leaders to find out what hit the hardest and what strategies have worked the best. In this webinar we’ll share their “best bits” with you.

With Radius’s Associate Consultant Fiona Jackson and Head of Product Tim Macavoy.


 

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