Tuesday, 21st February 2023
11am EST | 4pm GMT 

Supporting LGBTQ+ colleagues at work

As our society becomes more inclusive and diverse, it is important that we understand and support our LGBTQ+ colleagues in the workplace as fully as we can.

Join us as we review the challenges and experiences that LGBTQ+ individuals may face in the workplace, and provide strategies and best practices for creating a more inclusive and supportive environment for all employees.

We will discuss how to address and prevent discrimination, create a welcoming and inclusive culture, and provide support for those who identify as LGBTQ+. Our special guest speakers will share their personal experiences and insights on this important topic.

We hope that you will leave this webinar with a better understanding of the importance of LGBTQ+ inclusion in the workplace and the steps you can take to create a more inclusive and supportive environment for all employees.

The agenda will be announced shortly

Tuesday 31st January 2023

11am – 12:15pm EST / 4pm – 5:30pm GMT

11:00am EST / 4:00pm GMT 

Tackling staff attrition and strengthening the current workforce

    • Understanding the context of the workplace in 2023
    • Considering the issues that matter most to employees
    • Inclusion and belonging behaviour
    • Tackling fearful leadership
    • Tips for staff retention
    • Sasha Scott, CEO, Inclusive Group

11:30am EST / 4:30pm GMT 

Panel Discussion: Top tips for retaining staff and building a stronger in-house team

      • Have you noticed a pattern of turnover contagion in your setting – that is, once one person leaves, others follow?
      • What about the idea that some people are ‘job swapping’ – changing jobs to be able to work remotely? How are you continuing to develop flexible working practices and wellbeing initiatives?
      • Much of the Western world is predicted to enter recession – do you think this might slow down the number of people leaving work?
      • What practical suggestions can you share that have been working in your organisation to boost job satisfaction, loyalty and retain staff?


Devi Virdi, Group Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Centrica 

Steve Morley, CEO, Ifnotme Inclusion Training 

Nicky Garcea, Co-Founder, President and Global Clients – Talent Acquisition and Management, Cappfinity

Our Speakers

Sasha Scott, CEO, Inclusive Group 

Sasha understands the commercial drivers behind reducing bias within the workplace and the critical need to promote and sustain inclusive workplace cultures, in order to attract and retain talent.

Sasha’s reputation has grown as an “international thought leader in diversity issues”.  She has appeared on the BBC, and has been published in The Times, The Guardian, City AM, The Lawyer, Law Gazette, Accountancy Age, Compliant, Personnel Today, and Recruiter magazine.

Sasha’s depth of experience at the ‘coal face’ of investment banking, combined with training in psychology and counselling, is a perfect fit for the markets emerging focus and commitment to inclusion and diversity.

In 2020, Sasha was included in the Global Diversity List, in the Top 10 Global Diversity Consultancies. “Scott was one of the first Diversity & Inclusion consultants, setting up her practice over 20 years ago. Scott and her team have worked in over 22 countries, training over 1,000,000 people.”

Sasha recently facilitated the SHE 2021 workshops for 7,000 professionals alongside speakers: Justin Trudeau, Hillary Clinton , Norway PM Erna Solberg, and Sadiq Kahn Mayor of London, and shared her unique perspective on EDI and actions for inclusiveness in a magazine article for SHE delegates. The Global Diversity Conference intersects the workplace, arts, media and sport.

Women at Work Digital Focus Day

What you will gain:

Flexible access to content

Our online conference portal offers a personalised content experience. You can join in with the sessions at work and on the go, live and on demand, and join in the conversation in-session with fellow attendees. 

An opportunity to make new contacts

After the learning, join us to meet speakers and fellow attendees and make new contacts at our exclusive after-show digital meetup.

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Thank you very much for an excellent and thought provoking conference. Many thanks to the team for organising such a great event.