“BLACK ASIAN & MINORITY ETHNIC WOMEN: CAREER PROGRESSION & LEADERSHIP ROUND-TABLE”

Wednesday 25th April and Friday 18th May 2018, from 10:00 AM in Westminster, London WC2N 5DU (venue to be confirmed)

Only one in thirteen Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) workers are in management positions. Despite any progression on gender diversity, there is no evidence of a BAME woman on a FTSE 100 board.

BAME women have high aspirations of career progression, and are making a difference.

This Round-table is designed to bring BAME women leaders together in a space, to inspire courageous conversation, for shared experience, coaching and insight.

The conversation will include:

  • Identity – Impact, Under representation, Leadership
  • Intersectionality – Overlapping multiple identities, such as race and gender, age, sexuality, disability and social background
  • Achieving a Diverse and Inclusive workforce
  • Leadership values and behaviours

For further information, please read the ‘Race in the Workplace Review’ by McGregor-Smith .In the review McGregor-Smith states that“If BAME talent is fully utilised, the UK economy could receive a £24bn boost each year”.

Free entry – come and join the conversation and make a difference!