Chadwicks - Business Insight: Leveraging Diversity
Most of us understand the need to embrace diversity in the workplace but how do we turn being seen ‘doing the right thing’ into something more than hollow virtue signalling? How do we bring about the genuine change that creates a clear business advantage by truly valuing the contribution of all stakeholders?
This session looks at how the different experiences and attitudes of a cognitively diverse team can create real benefits for businesses, colleagues and wider stakeholders. It will consider different management styles and how these impact on the ability to realise the potential of a truly inclusive culture; looking to the extent they encourage the free flow of, perhaps, conflicting opinions and ideas.
- Why diversity matters
- Individual diversity
- Social diversity
- Cognitive diversity
- How businesses have leveraged diversity
- Creating a psychologically safe environment
About the presenter
Richard Ross is an experienced and engaging presenter. He is interested in business development, in particular how knowledge is managed within companies. He conducted a detailed research project into the factors that influence the success of business transfers in association with the University of East Anglia as part of his MBA. Richard also holds a Masters in Wealth Management and the Advanced Diploma in Financial Planning. He is both a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investments and a Chartered Financial Planner. He is interested in Behavioural Economics which he has studied at post-graduate level and he sits on the UEA School of Economics Strategic Advisory Board
Chadwicks are wealth managers and financial advisers specialising in helping their clients create valuable businesses. Chadwick’s Business Masterclasses have been running for around six years, supporting business growth with clear insight and new perspectives.
Chadwicks were proud to be winners of the Knowledge Pioneers category in the 2018 Norfolk Business Awards
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