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25th September 2018

Engineering diversity and inclusion

Challenging companies to deliver equality on all fronts on 8 - 9 November 2018. InterContinental London – The O2

 

 

enei will deliver a Workshop on "Setting D&I metrics – how do you measure success?" on the 9th of November at the Engineering diversity and inclusion -Challenging companies to deliver equality on all fronts event.

More information coming soon!

By attending two days of debate, panel discussions and practical workshops, you’ll gain insight into overcoming recruitment barriers on every level, so you recruit the best people available and discover how valuing every individual will grow your talent pool.

While minimum requirements around diversity are set out under the law, best practice companies will seek to go beyond legal compliance. Join those who are going the extra mile and learn how you can reap the full benefits of a diverse workforce.

 Your five top reasons for attending

  1. Create diversity at the board level with an inclusive leadership strategy
  2. Develop positive job advertisements to recruit a diverse workforce
  3. Tackle sexism and sexual harassment at work
  4. Use your succession planning strategy to instil a diverse talent pool
  5. Recognise privilege and the role of the privileged in improving diversity & inclusion

Practical workshops include

  • How to use role models to help diversify engineering
  • Understanding unconscious bias and developing strategies to overcome it
  • How to develop positive job advertisements to recruit a diverse workforce
  • Breaking stereotypes and improving the image of women in engineering
  • Tackling ageism and the generational gap in the workplace
  • Tackling sexism and sexual harassment at work
  • How employers can create and run a successful returners programme
  • Recognising and developing solutions for mental health issues at work
  • Inclusivity in academia

Speakers and workshop leaders from

  • British Science Association
  • Cambridge Consultants
  • EqualEngineers
  • Fujitsu Global
  • HS2
  • Jacobs
  • STEMM Disability Advisory Committee
  • STEM Returners
  • Transport for London

 

See the full programme and secure your place at www.theiet.org/diversity