Global Equality & Diversity Supporting Organisations
Rt Hon Maria Miller MP
Chair of Women & Equalities Select Committee
Trevor Phillips OBE
President, John Lewis Partnership Council
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Significant change is under way in workforce and stakeholder attitudes to equality and diversity, behaviour thresholds and organisational activity affecting gender, race, equality and ethnicity. GED provides the largest video and podcast platform for updating research and managerial knowledge in the field.
Understanding, measuring, analysing and responding with solutions to that change will continue at pace in 2018.
The GED programme was one of the first to identify the power of transparency and new data. GED is tracking, publishing, cataloguing and celebrating insight, innovation and achievement throughout the year on line and at the major GED Conference and Awards on Thursday 22 November 2018.
Topics covered will include:
- Creating inclusive business models for staff and clients
- Benchmarking ‘improving diversity and inclusion’ in different industries
- Adapting to new transparency legislation impacts
- Case studies of staff and service processes and policies which are providing measurable progress
- Research insights into trends in equality, diversity and inclusion practice, in the UK or internationally
- Case studies of the challenges related to devising and implementing equality, inclusion and diversity policy in organisations
- Public and big data sets, benchmarks and metrics to inform policy and practice in service and goods delivery
- Understanding how individuals perceive and respond to equality, inclusion and diversity measures in their own workplace
15 minute presentations setting out a key insight, research conclusion or management action
Through our combination of debate, workshop, case studies and Bright Sparks stages, GED will showcase and bring recognition to the best in personnel development, organisation transformation and research.
Industry sectors are coming under differentiated scrutiny with new published data, such as the youth and male bias in new media and computing, the gender predominance of women in caring sectors, the gender predominance of men in finance and banking and the pay gap and promotion issues.
Every month, GED will hold Studio sessions on sector issues, best practice and the dilemmas of managing change to keep you up to date with developments and solutions.
GED 2018 studios will particularly, but not exclusively, examine the following themes:
- New media and online organisations
- Social care and nursing
- Higher education
- Hospitality and tourism
- The legal profession
- Finance and banking
- Technology and telecoms
- Manufacturing and transport
All of which present different transparency and inclusion challenges, many needing differing solutions.
All presentations, filmed and also hosted online after the event, help create a unique digital library of professional development material in this fast developing discipline.
Every participant will have access to the library to share with their colleagues.
Organisations sending representatives to the GED 2018 Conference include:
20-First | Aviva | Baker Hughes | BPP University | Bristol City Council | Business in the Community | Cambridge Consultants | Centre for Ageing Better | Changing Faces | Common Purpose | CMI | Diversity and Ability Ltd | Diversity by Design | enei | Equality and Human Rights Commission | FHNW University of Applied Science and Arts | Frost Included | Gambling Commission | Gendered Intelligence | Greater London Authority | HFW | Intellectual Property Office | L&Q Group | Legal & General Group plc | London Fire Brigade | Monash University, Australia | Noon Centre for Equality and Diversity in Business | Paioni | Queen Mary University of London | Rugby Borough Council | S&P Global | Sightsavers | Suffolk Constabulary | Taylor and Francis Group | Thames Valley Police | The Centre for Inclusive Leadership | The Coal Authority | TLT LLP | University of Cambridge | University of Essex | Vercida | Women and Equalities Committee
Job titles of professionals attending the 2018 Global Equality & Diversity Conference will include:
Chief Executive | Corporate Equality and Diversity Adviser | Corporate Responsibility Manager | County Policing Command | Deputy Director, Patent Examining Group | Director | Director – Global City Programmes | Director of Gender Equality | Director of People and Transformation | Director of Programmes | Director of Communities | Diversity and Corporate Responsibility Advisor | Finance and Operations Director | Group Leader, Design Engineering | Head of Advocacy and Education | Head of Corporate Affairs | Head of Diversity & Inclusion | Head of Human Resources | Head of Inclusion and Learning Support | Head of Pay, Diversity and Inclusion | Head of Strategy & Inclusion | HR Business Partner/Diversity Leader | Inclusion Coordinator | Lead Advisor | Learning and Organisational Development Manager | People Executive Officer | Professor | Recruiter | Senior Policy Officer | Writer and Journalist
Alternatively, bring staff and clients together to watch GED 2018 online
The group online licence gives your organisation the best of both worlds – a delegate place at the conference to take advantage of all the networking opportunities attending GED 2018 affords and also the chance for their wider team to watch the event live from their workplace. An ideal way to bring key staff up to speed on all the latest practice and research from our expert speakers without the need to leave the office.
The conference will attract business and public sector staff with responsibility for equality, diversity and inclusion strategy and implementation, including:
HR Directors | Talent Managers | Heads of Equality and Diversity | Research Directors | Business Development Directors | Board Members | Academics and Researchers | Business Research and Development | Sector Specific Experts | Recruitment Personnel | Careers Personnel | Charities and Stakeholder Organisations | Workforce Transformation Managers