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Champions for Change

Diversity and Inclusion with Stephen Frost

Monday, December 5th 5:30 p.m., London – RSVP Shenoa Simpson at 

Diversity and Inclusion are more than just two words used to demonstrate corporate social responsibility; they are concepts that affect attracting talented individuals, developing new ideas and promoting effective teams.  Now, more than ever, these concepts are critical for organisations to understand for their own success and in the broader global context across Aerospace, Defence & Intelligence.

As part of our Champions for Change programme, we welcome you for drinks and canapés to further explore these important subjects.  We will discuss the difference it makes to have a proactive diversity and inclusion agenda and the practical steps you can take to promote best practices within your own organisation. 

Stephen is a globally recognised diversity, inclusion and leadership expert. Stephen’s work includes establishing and leading the workplace team at Stonewall; growing the Diversity Champions programme to the largest of its kind in the world with over 600 members and developing the Workplace Equality Index, which has become a standard across most leading employers. Following his role as Head of D&I for the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games, Stephen is now a D&I advisor to the Cabinet Office, White House and to many wider organisations including KPMG.

Academic accolades and Published material

From 2004-2007, Stephen was a Hertford College Scholar at Oxford and a Fulbright Scholar at Harvard. Stephen is author of The Inclusion Imperative: How Real Inclusion Creates Better Business and Builds Better Societies (Kogan Page, 2014) and Inclusive Talent Management: How Business Can Thrive in an Age of Diversity (Kogan Page, 2016) – published 3 July.

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