Our Interactive Webinar Interview took place on 27 March 2018. Watch a recording of the webinar.
Why watch this webinar recording?
The recent #TimesUp and #MeToo movements are the latest in a long line of campaigns highlighting how far we are from delivering a diverse, equal and safe workplace.
While Human Resource professionals have long championed the Diversity and Inclusion agenda, it has not (until now) made it to the attention of the C-suite and CEO. Equally, Global Mobility professionals have an important part to play as international experience is a key stepping stone on the promotion ladder to Leadership and C-suite.
Stand Up and Deliver on Diversity was an engaging and interactive interview that examined strategies to deliver a diverse and inclusive workforce.
Who should watch this?
Learning and development
Diversity and inclusion
Head of Client Services | Expat Academy
Myrianthe has more than 15 years’ experience in the Global Mobility industry both in-house and as part of an outsourced team across a variety of industries, from Banking through to Oil & Gas. Starting her career at BOC, she has worked for PwC, Ernst and Young, and most recently Lloyd’s Register. She has experienced some of the challenges we will be discussing first hand and can talk about the barriers facing women and how organizations should best address these. In her current role at Expat Academy, she has seen some of the best approaches to managing diversity. She is well placed to suggest how you can take a strategic role in ensuring that your organization’s international population not only pays lip service to the current diversity trend, but that your policies and processes are clearly communicated to give all employees equal opportunities.
Head of Intercultural and Skills | Learnlight
Matthew heads up Learnlight’s intercultural and soft skills team. Having worked in UK, Russia, Canada, Germany, Uganda, Ghana, Israel, Netherlands, Spain and France (to name just a few), he has focused on helping people to work more effectively with each other. In his role he spends time researching the challenges facing international employees and developing answers to their questions. Working in such diverse international environments, he has had the opportunity to view many different approaches to diversity and inclusion issues and has worked with many organizations to address the challenges faced by diversity across cultures.
Matthew has been a visiting lecturer at the University of Warwick and the University of West of England and has worked with senior executives from multinational organizations on developing intercultural skills. He has lived in six countries and speaks fluent Russian.
What did this webinar cover?
This webinar examined the key role that Global Mobility must play in delivering a diverse workforce today and a diverse leadership and C-suite tomorrow. Diversity and inclusion are no longer side issues but core strategic issues at the heart of every organization. The 30-minute webinar covered:
Overcoming the diversity myths
A perspective from international HR
How you can build an inclusive approach
Watch the webinar recording today and gain an invaluable insight into this very important topic from two speakers with a wealth of experience in the fields of diversity, Global Mobility and HR.
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