Strengthening Diversity through Inclusion
Start Date: 15 Nov 2018
Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Time: 10:30 AM
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Venue: Citizen M Hotel, 60 Renfrew St,, Glasgow, G2 3BW › View map
Member price: Free
Non-member price: £10
CMI Presents "Strengthening Diversity through Inclusion"; an insightful breakfast briefing delivered by Paul Skovron, Founder of 3In Consulting Limited, a bespoke Diversity and Inclusion Consultancy.
This breakfast briefing will be held at the Citizen M Hotel in Glasgow on Thursday the 15th November, arrivals from 8am for a 8.30am start.
Tea, Coffee, Juices and pastries will be provided upon arrival.
Citizen M hotel Glasgow does not offer car parking on the hotel grounds, however, they have a discounted rate at Cambridge Street Car Park, a 5-minute walk from the hotel.
Cambridge Street Car Park - Entrance / Exit on Cambridge Street, Glasgow, G3 6RU - Open 24/7
I’m an experienced professional with a passion and drive for Inclusion, Diversity & Equality (IDE) and how it influences successful organisations. My work ethic, in business and personal life, is one of leading by example, ownership and providing support to colleagues, customers, the community & friends.
I believe in diversity of people and thought, and cultural intelligence.
I am a thought leader and business pain doctor.
Authenticity, advocacy, fairness, & inclusivity is an important part of my beliefs and DNA. My thinking and approach to IDE conversations, activities, and situations is to balance fairness, fact and equality whilst enabling achievement and satisfaction for all.
I’ve had a rewarding varied career in diversity & inclusion, organisational development, performance and talent management, project management, communications, and governance. These tangible experiences with quality outcomes and solutions has inspired me to do more, fuelling my passion to become an IDE consultant.
- Free event
- Refreshments provided
- Visual display
Questions about this event should be addressed to CMI Events at CMIEvents@managers.org.uk or by telephone on 01536 207485.