National Inclusion Week is now just three weeks away. We’ve got yet another fascinating learning event taking place as part of this week and want to share resources on how being an inclusive culture will impact employee engagement.

A learning event with an incredible line up on September 26th

With just 3 weeks to go until our London event with Peakon‘Paving the way for Inclusion’ on September 26th in London we’re excited to share the final line-up.

75% of tickets have now gone and we expect this event, much like last year, to be a packed house and a sell out.



Starting at 1.00pm, A half day event packed with learning followed by wine and nibbles for post event discussion – don’t forget to book today before tickets are gone.

Full speaker line up is now confirmed:

Leng Montgomery, Diversity + Inclusion Lead, Sainsbury’s

Mike Adams OBE, Chief Executive Officer, Purple

Pamela Hutchinson, Head of Diversity + Inclusion, Bloomberg

Brian Heyworth, Global Head of Strategy, HSBC

Charlotte Sweeney OBE, Author, Inclusive Leadership

David Pearson, Head of Diversity + Inclusion, KPMG




What was this event like last year?


Read this guest blog from Sean Trainor, one of the attendees from last year’s Inclusion event, to hear about the stories and inspiration that were shared and exactly what Sean took from attending.



New guides & resources on Diversity & Inclusion

Peakon recently shared a recent guide – ‘How hiring for culture fit can hurt Diversity & Inclusion’ and we think it’s well worth some pre-event reading


Further guides, videos and resources are all available in the Diversity & Inclusion category of our (members only) Insights section.

Get the recognition you deserve for the great work you’ve been doing in your organisations in Diversity & Inclusion

Deadline of 5th October for The UK & Europe Employee Engagement Awards. Will you be entering the Diversity & Inclusion Award category?

This award recognises an organisation that can clearly demonstrate that it actively executed a strategy that put diversity and inclusion at the heart of its business. It may focus on one minority group but preferably the winner will communicate a strategy that provided clear support and inclusion for all whether women, people from BME backgrounds, people from the LGBTQ community, disabled people and other minorities.




Until entry deadline date we will pay your award entry fee (£165+vat) for anyone who joins us as a corporate member.

For more information on Corporate Membership view our membership pack here




26th September, London, a half day event, with wine and nibbles for post event discussion – don’t forget to book today.




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