Events & Conferences

When driving inclusion, specifically in the areas of unconscious bias and micro-behaviours having an engaging speaker at your event can cause positive ripples and enable attendees to begin to challenge thoughts and drive change.

At PDT we have a selection of speakers, chair people and panellists, each one experienced and engaging, ensuring that the right messages are delivered whilst your delegates leave with something new, thought provoking and challenging.

Our team are diverse, in their backgrounds, methods and specialisms. They are globally located and experienced in delivering to HR, Finance, IT and Communication audiences about the effects that unconscious bias can have on business and sustainability.

Bringing the inclusion and diversity agenda to your conference or event can be tricky. We design presentations or workshops to suit your audience and to align with where you are on your ‘inclusion journey’.

From dynamic presentations delivered by our specialist senior team to in-depth workshops through actor led scenarios to self-reflective games, we ensure that your diversity and inclusion messages are delivered to large numbers effectively.

Events

The People Development Team will be attending or speaking at the following events:

APRIL 2017

Understanding Unconscious Bias | A WeAreTheCity Careers Club EventUnderstanding Unconscious Bias – in partnership with We Are The City

 

NOVEMBER 2016

European Diversity Awards

European Diversity Awards 2016

 

XCHANGING-TECHNOLOGIESXchanging London Market Conference

 

OCTOBER 2016

TechUK

Progressing Your Female Talent: Workshop for Managers

 

SEPTEMBER 2016

DiveIn Festival

DiveIn Festival, Dublin

“The unconscious bias session from PDT stayed with me, haunted my dreams and was impossible to forget.”

“To see an entire room recognise their collective unconscious and the damage it can do, all at once, is amazing.”

“Our people are still talking about PDT’s Inclusion presentation a year later.”

“Funny, sad, challenging and grabbed my attention from the moment they started.”