Following the recent publication of the Hampton-Alexander Review one year on report, this timely forum brings together key stakeholders to discuss progress made towards the review’s key objectives. Key topics include increasing the number of women in senior leadership roles, supporting women within the workplace, Gender Pay Gap reporting, building the talent pipeline and inspiring the next generation of female leaders.
Gillian Karran-Cumberlege, Founding Partner - Fidelio Partners
Attend to hear keynote presentations about progress made to date towards fulfilling the Hampton-Alexander Review recommendations and from the Government Equalities Office about the impact of the first Gender Pay Gap report and how it is affecting equality of pay.
Put your questions to our panel of experts who will explore progress made in overcoming barriers to increasing board and senior level representation of women. Including how executive recruiters, investors and men in leadership positions can support the cause.
Take the opportunity to discuss the quality and availability of support for women in work, to improve retention and encourage talented women back to work after a career break. Successful initiatives will be considered including flexible working, maternity programmes, addressing ageism and redesigning roles to overcome gender bias.
Time will also be provided to debate what is being done to inspire the next generation of female leaders. From improving careers advice and encouraging entry into STEM subjects to investment in mentoring, training and development to support progression and promotions.
Julie Kapsalis, Advisor - Govt Task Force for Women’s Enterprise
Karina Govindji, Head of Diversity and Inclusion - Vodafone
Catherine Lynch, Chief People Officer - Virgin Media
Gillian Unsworth, GPG Team Leader - Government Equalities Office
Kate Vandenberg, Head of Women in Leadership, Sky
Terri Duhon, Board Member, Morgan Stanley International, Lecturer, Said Business School Oxford University, former Derivative Trader, JPMorgan
Chloe Chambraud, Gender Equality Campaign Director, Business in the Community
Jon Terry, UK Diversity and Inclusion Consulting Leader, PwC