There is an inclusive organisation that truly stands out in every sector. You know them because they attract and retain talent more easily, innovate at a faster pace, and are great places to work.
In this episode, Jonny Lancaster is joined by special guests Ffion Grundy (Head of Programmes) and Davinia Louise-Green (Director) of Stonewall Cymru. They explore with a live audience:
* Inclusive programmes - best practice and lessons learnt
* Leadership engagement and development
* Ways to kick-start inclusion at work
The episode was recorded live as part of a series of short lunchtime discussion events that explored the challenges and opportunities with workplace Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) initiatives.
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A little about our guests:
Ffion Grundy, Head of Programmes, Stonewall Cymru (Wales).
Ffion Grundy (she/her) has worked for Stonewall Cymru for over 6 years and is the Head of Programmes. She heads up a very talented team that provides guidance to private, public and third sector organisations on LGBTQ+ inclusion in the workplace through their Diversity Champions programme. She also works with schools, colleges and local authorities to ensure LGBTQ+ children and young people experience inclusive education and young people feel supported and celebrated in school and college.
Davinia Louise-Green, Director, Stonewall Cymru.
Davinia Green (she/her) is Director for Stonewall Cymru, where she provides strategic vision, oversight and operational management of activities across Wales. This includes policy, campaigning and public affairs, community engagement, oversight of the workplace and empowerment programmes, along with programmes for work focused on children and young people.