Welcome to London
Topic: Creating Inclusive Cultures
Date: October 12, 2021
Time: 1.30pm registration, 2pm start with a 4.00pm finish
Location: Gallup offices, The Shard
Format: Our 4 storytellers will sharing their experiences and insights in no more than 10 minutes each before a group discussion.
We are limiting this first event to 25 people on a first-come-first-serve basis and reduced the normal ticket price from £25 to £10. We also have a couple of gifts for you too.
Don’t miss out.
- Be inspired and get new ideas from stories and best practice from experts and your peers
- Get top advice from experts on how to create inclusive cultures
- Learn from others experience as they share any mistakes they made and what they would do differently
- Ask questions and share your story in a safe space
- Meet likeminded people who want to make a difference in the world of work
About Our Speakers
Perrine Farque is an award-winning diversity and inclusion author and internationally recognised keynote speaker who was nominated in the Top 50 Most Influential Women in UK Tech. Perrine drove the strategy at leading technology companies including Facebook for over a decade. During her career, Perrine spoke at many industry events including Microsoft, IBM and Facebook. Perrine has an extensive track-record of transforming workplaces into highly inclusive, engaged and collaborative places. Perrine is passionate about building diverse, inclusive and equitable workplaces to drive employee engagement, retention, productivity, profitability, innovation and growth.
Harriet is a communications consultant and the founder of NO.84. She has over 10 years experience in communications, journalism, and public affairs at companies such as Hackney Council, The UKCivil Aviation Authority, Transport for London, Sky, Merton Council, the European Union, NHS, and titles across Hearst Media. She is the winner of the IoIC rising star award 2019, where she also sits on the FutureNet committee. In 2018 her ‘Be Epic’ campaign for Merton Council was shortlisted for an Employee Engagement award in the IC category. Harriet also curates the blog commsoveracoffee.com and is an ambassador the Taylor Bennett Foundation.
Kelly is an Award Winning Executive Coach, Author, Speaker, Psychologist, Mum, Yogi, and Neuroscience Geek. Since 2014 she’s coached some of the leading HR Influencers and People Leaders across a global platform and now works specifically with Professional Women.
During an eight-year period working in HR Kelly was promoted seven times, her salary increased by more than £100,000 but in 2013 she reached burnout. It was time to reflect on values, the work she wanted to do and the pace she was working at.
Kelly uses her experience to coach high-performing, sometimes over-achieving, ambitious Core-Led Professional Women to help them achieve their big goals without burning out and help them to see what they can achieve when they become their own VIPs. Kelly’s clients vary from NHS Consultants to Architects, Barristers, Directors, Business Owners, MD’s and more. The commonality between them all is that they are core-led, desperate to live and lead from their values and to make a difference in their field of expertise.
Matt was born into a half English/ half Irish media obsessed family. A journalist grandfather, a grandmother who said he was blessed by the blarney and a father who led a top communications agency. So storytelling has always been very important to him.
He followed in his family’s footsteps for the first ten years of his career, living and working in London, Sydney and Boston helping organizations communicate with their customers. It was near the end of this period he began focusing on the CX and ultimately the number one influence on it…the employee experience.
The lack of appreciation of and investment in the EX by leaders and businesses drove Matt to invest all he had in the world to create The Employee Engagement Awards. To recognize and tell the stories of those that dared to try new things. Things that would enhance the people experience for the benefit of both them and the organization. Over five years The EE Awards expanded around the world and evolved into much more than just engagement and awards. Evolving into a global community, an academy, a content hub, events, a foundation and it also did awards.
So in 2020 it felt right to bring it all together in a new home called, Inspiring Workplaces. An organization that wants to change the world, with you, through the world of work.
Apart from London being the greatest city on earth, (we might be biased) it is home to so many different beliefs, races, nationalities and opinions. An amazing melting pot for powerful stories to shared and heard. To drive change locally and globally.
We are also the honoured city to have the first event out of all Inspire: Cities.
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