In the News2020-09-09T11:56:25+00:00
2611, 2020

Building an Inclusive Workplace Takes More Than Lip Service

  During a panel at last month’s IICF Inclusion in Insurance Forum, Angela Peacock shared her views on why companies need to stop paying lip service to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace and actually take action to make it happen. Read about her discussion in full including what that means in terms of investing time and resources in order to set clear goals and expectations, rethinking processes, and holding individuals throughout the organization accountable for doing their part in driving [...]

511, 2020

Why Networking Is So Important With Angela Peacock

  Angela Peacock was recently interviewed aimed at encouraging entrepreneurship in younger people. Read a candid interview with Angie all about past experiences and what she's learned throughout her years working in D&I.   Why Networking Is So Important With Angela Peacock   Don't forget to follow us on LinkedIn for our latest updates and events: PDT Global LinkedIn

511, 2020

It’s Time to Clearly Articulate the Business Case for Inclusion

  The dynamics around inclusion are a crucial differentiator for companies – and early signs suggest that the COVID-19 crisis could deepen those trends, according to a recent McKinsey report. The management consultancy says companies that already see inclusion and diversity as a strength are likely to leverage it to bounce back faster – and they will use the pandemic to seek new opportunities to boost representation and inclusion to strengthen performance and organizational health. In her latest article for Human [...]

511, 2020

BAME Workers Have Been Under-protected During the Pandemic

  A new report carried out by Doreen Lawrence and commissioned by the Labour Party, An Avoidable Crisis, found that BAME people are over-represented in public-facing industries where they cannot work from home and are more likely to be living in overcrowded housing, increasing their chances of coming into contact with the virus. The lack of PPE for frontline workers reportedly had a much greater impact on the BAME community. In her latest interview with HR Magazine, Angela Peacock shares more on [...]

511, 2020

Nine ‘Levers’ You Need to Pull to Speed Things up if You’re Serious About Inclusion

  It's time for organisations to stop talking about creating inclusive workplaces and start making it happen. And those inclusive workplaces have to be populated with a diverse group of people. Here, Angela Peacock shares 9 'levers' business leaders need to pull to speed things up if they're serious about inclusion in her latest article for HR Magazine: The nine 'levers' you need to pull if you're serious about inclusion     Don't forget to follow us on LinkedIn for our latest [...]

2210, 2020

You Can’t be a Little Bit Pregnant – Just Like You Can’t do a Little Bit of Inclusion

  For organizations to be successful, they have to stop talking about creating inclusive workplaces – and make it happen. But that’s not enough. They also have to populate those inclusive workplaces with a diverse group of people – whatever that means to them, depending on where they are in the world.   Here, Angela Peacock shares 9 'levers' business leaders need to pull if they're serious about inclusion in her latest article for Thrive Global: You Can’t be a Little Bit [...]

1210, 2020

4 Ways Business Leaders Can Keep the Allyship Momentum Going Beyond the Headlines

  Responding to a movement or celebratory date is an easy option for business leaders keen to demonstrate that they are at the helm of an equitable organisation. But allyship is not a short-term, quick-fix solution – you have to work at it constantly. Here, Angela Peacock shares 4 ways business leaders can keep the momentum going beyond the headlines in her latest article for CEO Insights: 4 Ways Business Leaders Can Keep the Allyship Momentum Going Beyond the Headlines   For [...]

2809, 2020

Allyship: How to Keep the Momentum Going Beyond the Headlines

  As human beings, we seek to take the easiest option – which is why responding to a movement or a celebratory date is so popular when it comes to workplace diversity and inclusion. But there is no short-term, quick-fix solution when it comes to practising allyship at work – you have to work at it every day.     Read more from Angela Peacock's latest article for CEO Insights on ways business leaders can keep the momentum going beyond the [...]

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