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Surrey & N Hants Diversity Challenge - What role can HR play in improving g...
Sat 19 November 2016, 09:30 – 12:45 GMT
Christine Griffin will introduce this interactive session by sharing highlights from research she carried out into Women in Leadership in 2015. In particular, challenges many women face as they step up the executive career ladder and ways in which they address them. The objective is to use insights from the research as a springboard to discuss in groups the role HR can play to help organisations achieve a greater gender balance at all levels but especially at executive and board levels.
Discussion groups, led by an expert and facilitated by a branch member, will cover the following 4 topics:
Recruitment and Selection – What role can HR play to help organisations attract a more diverse pool of candidates?
Leadership Development/Succession Planning – What role can HR play to help shape leadership development programmes and succession plans to improve leadership diversity?
Organisational culture – What role can HR play to create an organizational culture to help attract, develop and retain talented female leaders?
Behaviours and Attitudes – What role can HR play to address sexism and unconscious bias to help attract, develop and retain talented female leaders?
Christine Griffin, Griffinity Limited
Christine is an ICF accredited Executive Coach and HR Consultant with over 20 years’ experience supporting leaders and teams through transition and transformation in major international organisations. Having been one of the few women on senior leadership teams in traditionally male-dominated industries, Christine is passionate about helping women to build the skills and confidence to get their voices heard and overcome any barriers holding them back in their careers.
This passion inspired her to carry out research into Women in Leadership in 2015 to explore the biggest challenges facing senior business women and changing attitudes and opportunities. Christine interviewed over fifty women in a diverse range of organisations and leadership roles in the UK, Europe, China and Singapore, including the UK’s first female commercial airline captain, Yvonne Pope Sintes.
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Light refreshments will be available.