It’s Criminal! Ignoring Diverse Opportunities
One of the biggest diversity challenges facing organisations today is managing a multi-generational workforce. From Boomers to GenZ, each generation has its own needs, preferences and development opportunities.
Whether that’s taking into account the growing proportion of the workforce aged 50+ and their need to be working for longer, accommodating those with disabilities or integrating those from wide ranging social and cultural backgrounds.
In the “war for talent” it’s inevitable that there’ll be tension between those with experience who are “hanging on” and those with ambition who are “muscling in”.
We’ll explore how employers and employees can make the most of the diverse opportunities that will occur as we move towards the second quarter of the 21st century and become increasingly influenced by and dependent on technology at both an organisational and personal level.
|Date||Monday 23 March 2020|
|Venue||The Old Bailey, London EC4M 7EH|
|Time||Doors open 6pm and close at 9pm|
Keynote Address – Camilla Cavendish, author of Extra Time: Ten Lessons for an Ageing World
Panel and Audience Discussion facilitated by Debby Ounsted CBE
Mix and Mingle Networking with Canapés and Drinks
We have a limited number of Sponsorship Opportunities for this high-profile Seminar. Please view our Sponsorship Document or call Gwen Rhys on 07860 845037 to discuss
We’re delighted that Women in the City has been offered the use of The Old Bailey to host an evening seminar as the guests of Alderman & Sheriff Professor Michael Mainelli and Sheriff Chris Hayward, both of whom will attend It’s Criminal! Ignorging Diverse Opportunities.
Sheriff Mainelli (left) said:
“I am delighted to support Women in the City’s evening seminar “Ignoring Diverse Opportunities” as part of the “It’s Criminal! Out of Hours at The Old Bailey” series of events taking place during my Shrieval year. This seminar will address a topic that is key to the future success of the City.”