The effective collection of diversity data is not just a talent issue, it is also a critical business and reputation issue. Find out how to get ahead, and align diversity data at the core of your organisation’s purpose.
This is an LGBT Great & EY Report, done in partnership with the Diversity Project UK and Nicsa, the Diversity Project North America.
|Introduction||Baroness Helena Morrissey DBE, Chair of the Diversity Project||12:00 – 12:10|
|Report Findings||Matt Cameron, Global Managing Director of The Ocean Partnership & LGBT Great|
Katherine Savage – Partner, Financial Services, People Advisory Services at EY
|12:10 – 12:25|
|Panel Discussion||Facilitator: Rebecca Mayo – Joint Managing Director, Lansons|
Heather Andrews – Employee Experience Director, Legal & General Group
Jon Terry – Experienced business advisor on people challenges
James Barham – CEO, River and Mercantile
Luba Nikulina – Global Head of Research, Willis Towers Watson
|12:25 – 12:50|
|Q&A||All||12:50 – 13:00|
This webinar is primarily aimed at CEOs/ C-Suite and HR Leaders, but was be open to all.
Now is the optimal time to improve, and data is key to moving the dial on D&I.
Matt Cameron, Global Managing Director, LGBT Great said: “The investment, wealth management and savings industry has made limited progress with regards to the collection of diversity data and efforts have been largely disparate. The stakes are high and not just limited to talent but organisations are also at risk of losing business reputation and underperforming commercially with inadequate diversity data. This bold new report not only aims to exposure the shortcomings and suggest new ideas, it also seeks to lay the foundations for future works to come”.
Katherine Savage, Partner, EY said: “As organisations increasingly adopt flexible working and enhance their environments, social and governance (ESG) initiatives, it is an opportune time for the industry to come together and collectively address the challenge of diversity data collection. This report highlights that while the first step towards effective data capturing has been taken by many, the path is long, and a lot remains to be traversed”.