All leaders are acutely aware that creating a workplace that fosters DE&I is not just a moral imperative; it’s a critical driver of organisational success. However, for those whose businesses are falling behind in their journey, effectively orchestrating holistic integration while navigating the challenges brought on by a shift to an ever-evolving, more modern workplace can be a daunting task.
How can leaders effectively conduct a comprehensive need assessment to identify critical areas for improvement within their organisation, and what actionable steps can they take to address those needs? Considering evolving societal norms and changing demographics, how can HR leaders proactively adapt their diversity strategies to remain relevant and ensure continued progress? Join this exclusive virtual roundtable, in partnership with HRD Connect, as we explore how, in the pursuit of building a diverse and inclusive workplace, senior HR leaders can embrace the challenge of constant adaptation and recognise that the true measure of success lies not only in addressing current needs but also in the ability to anticipate and embrace the needs of the future.
How can leaders effectively navigate the tension between promoting diversity and ensuring a cohesive company culture in the modern workplace?
How to navigate the evolving landscape of the modern workplace, with its increasing reliance on remote work and flexible schedules, to ensure diversity acceleration initiatives are inclusive and effective for all employees?
What strategies or tactics should be considered to effectively incentivise and hold leadership accountable for DE&I outcomes?
How can senior people leaders approach the challenge of tying progress towards DE&I outcomes to bonuses and rewards?
How can HR leaders measure the effectiveness of their diversity and inclusion initiatives and ensure that progress is being made tangibly and measurably?
What role does technology play in supporting HR leaders in their efforts to accelerate diversity in the modern workplace, and what challenges do they face in leveraging technology to drive measurable progress?
Global Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Wellbeing at FreshfieldsBruckhaus Deringer
Helen is Global Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Wellbeing at Freshfields. Since joining in 2017 she has led the global D&I team and is part of both the Responsible Business and HR leadership teams. Helen is responsible for the firm’s global D&I and wellbeing strategy including the design and implementation of targets, programming, engagement and diverse talent management initiatives. She advises colleagues and clients on best practice and has over 20 years of experience in HR, talent and diversity and inclusion having previously worked at Goldman Sachs and Baker McKenzie. Helen is a mental health first aider and has a Masters in HR.