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GG2 Diversity Conference 2019: Change The Ratio

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The GG2 Diversity Conference returns this October 10th, with the theme Change the Ratio once again chaired by the BBC journalist and presenter Clive Myrie. The conference will explore the tangible steps leaders and employees can take in order to positively change the diversity ratio within their organisations and promote inclusive and welcoming cultures to help all employees thrive.

This year’s conference will tackle a range of topics from the ethnicity pay gap and BAME and LGBTQ+ intersectional identities to mental health and disability inclusion in the workplace. Our conference seeks to move these critical conversations forward, and crucially explore them through the unique BAME lens. Our audience will leave with practical take-aways to take back to their organisation, sparking meaningful and long-lasting change.

Last year’s conference saw over a dozen influential figures and thought leaders drawn from public life and the private sector share key insights to tackle some of the biggest challenges facing businesses today. Sir Charlie Mayfield, Chairman of the John Lewis Partnership, spoke on the importance of an Employee Value Proposition, while Leendert den Hollander, Vice President of Coca-Cola European Partners, shared Coke’s initiatives to tackle the gender pay gap. Google’s Ads Marketing Director, Nishma Robb, spoke on our mental health panel, sharing her personal experience with imposter syndrome, while HHJ Anuja Dhir QC shared her personal journey as the youngest and first non-white judge to be appointed at the Old Bailey.

For more information, please visit our website: www.gg2diversityconference.co.uk.

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