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Disability Roundtable

  • 14th September 2017
  • 10:30 - 12:30
  • Council House, Victoria Square, Birmingham B1 1BB

This is a free event, however there will be a £50 plus VAT admin charge for non-attendance or cancellations received less than 5 days prior to the event.

This will be an excellent opportunity to network with other organisations as well as be part of a facilitated roundtable that will give you a chance to explore issues relating to disability in your workplace.  You will extract from the roundtable key learning points to take forward and apply in our ongoing work in this space to enable our Members to have confidence when discussing disability.

The roundtable will include:

  • Guest presenter Daniel Aherne, an expert in neurodiversity from Adjust Services
  • What are the key areas of disability affecting the workplace
  • Best practice sharing and advice, case studies and discussion.
  • Forward planning - how enei can support you in dealing with disability at work


This session will be run by Becky Brooks. 

Becky is responsible for recruiting and engaging our Members to ensure their continued support for enei’s strategy, benchmarking, campaigns and network events. She also helps to develop, deliver and promote our training and consultancy to members and non-members. She is also co-chair of the WharfAbility and deputy chair of the MidlandsAbility disability networks.  

Becky has over 30 years’ experience in senior HR roles in blue chip companies in the UK, including BAA Heathrow, Royal Bank of Scotland, Experian, AIG Insurance and TK Maxx.   Her most recent HR role was at Spirit Pub Company. She has also run her own business, specialising in team building and training using baking to engage participants

Who should attend? 

Anyone interested in disability in the workplace.



This Disability Roundtable is open to Members and Non Members