Inclusive leadership and culture: A new paradigm for a new world
As we increasingly recognise the vital role of culture in organisational performance, regulators, governments, and leaders across various sectors are acknowledging the significance of human behaviours and decision-making in driving outcomes such as financial performance, sustainability, and compliance. Moreover, we are witnessing the growing importance of diverse and inclusive cultures in fostering individual and collective human well-being. But how do these elements intersect? What is the role of leadership in navigating these critical aspects? And what qualities will our future leaders embody as they tackle these challenges?
At this event, we will delve into these intriguing relationships, offering opportunities for audience participation and engaging discussions with our panel of local voices. This is your chance to listen, challenge ideas, and gain practical suggestions to make a meaningful impact.
Leading the conversation will be Perrin Carey, founder of CoSteer, a governance and culture consultancy. Perrin will share compelling data and insights on the intricate dynamics between leadership and the development of high-performing inclusive cultures. Perrin will provide practical insights and guidance and lead our panel conversation, bringing the insights to life with their wealth of experience and perspectives, grounding the discussions in inclusivity, organisational culture, and leadership at an experiential and human level.
This event will support the recently established Butterfly Effect Café, a not-for-profit dedicated to assisting abuse survivors in finding employment and training opportunities.
- Alexis Dolling: Executive Director of People and Culture, JFSC
- Kate Wright: The Diversity Network
- Heidi Gibaut: Group Managing Director, Law at Work
- Divya Mahendran: Head of Governance Development, CoSteer