FUTURE OF WORK | Spectrum Speakers 2022 Online Speaker Showcase – Reimagination

Spectrum Speakers FUTURE OF WORK Showcase – Reimagination – 28th April, 2022

Date:
11:00 – 12.15: Thursday, April 28th, 2022

The Future is Now

We’re so excited to invite you to our first speaker showcase event, where you’ll get up to the minute insights on the latest issues in the world of work, as well as getting a preview of what our fantastic speaker roster can bring to your event.

Around this time 2 years ago, the unthinkable happened. As organisations, as HUMANS, we were thrust into extreme and reactive change, and for many these last two years have been purely about survival.

Yet, what arose from this unsettling change was something very revealing; the very systematic organisational structures that had been implemented and reimplemented for generations were fundamentally broken.

This revelation brought about an opportunity and, very quickly, every single industry learned to work in a myriad of alternative ways.

We became adaptable, we pivoted and completely re-wrote the rule books for how business was done.

So now what?

We can’t really go ‘back to normal’ we need to keep REINVENTING but we can only do so when we fully understand and unpick the legacy which held us back.

Find out what happens next in the first of our monthly Future Of Work series, in collaboration and partnership with conferenceemcees.com and Arena by Hirespace.

Your Host

Ally Owen

Your esteemed host and moderator for this first event is Ally Owen. In 2021, following the success of her projects Brixton Finishing School and Ad-Cademy, Ally launched Visible Start with WPP and all of her initiatives have received support from the media elite such as Meta, Amplify, Saatchi & Saatchi, Ogilvy, as well as direct brand partnerships.

Speakers

Michelle Gyimah

Michelle Gyimah is a highly renowned Pay Gaps Reporter, Salary Negotiation Coach, Keynote Speaker and Podcast Host. She’ll be taking us through the issues of Gender and Ethnicity Pay Gaps Transparency.

Jude Morrow

Jude Morrow is an autistic best-selling author, entrepreneur, philanthropist and keynote speaker from Derry, Northern Ireland. In his session, he’ll be covering Neurodiversity Inclusion and how simplifying communication processes benefits everyone.

Ashanti Bentil-Dhue

Ashanti Bentil Dhue is a leading diversity and inclusion practitioner, speaker, event host, writer and guest lecturer. She is the host of podcasts Good Soil Leaders and Confessions of a DEI Practitioner. She takes us through the challenges of affecting and managing change from the top down.

Agenda

  • 11am – 11:10 Welcome from Ally
  • 11:10 – 11:20 Michelle Gyimah – Gender and Ethnicity Pay Gaps Transparency
  • 11:20 – 11:30 Jude Morrow – Neurodiversity Inclusion
  • 11:30 – 11:40 Ashanti Bentil-Dhue – Top Down Change
  • 11:40 – 12:05 Panel Discussion; Talent Shortage and the 4 Day Week
  • 12:05 – 12:15 Questions from the Audience & Close

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