Diversity and inclusion is something we are all aware is vital to a successful organisation, yet up to half of us (according to a recent ACCA survey) are not sure what we need to do to support the D&I agenda, whilst nearly three-quarters of us think we are a diverse profession.
To help members appreciate the valuable role they can play in this movement, ACCA’s latest CPD e-learning, Diversity and inclusion: working together, helps to define what it means and how to identify strategies for you and your organisation. The CPD course is also based on the recent Professional Insights report, Leading inclusion.
Join this webinar to meet our panel of experts to find out more; ask them your questions about implementing D&I strategies in your workplaces, and they will answer them in the webinar. Develop your understanding and appreciate how you can make the profession more equitable.
Mark Fenton (CPD course author)
Mark is the CEO and Founder of MASF Consulting Limited, a specialised advisor on Inclusion and Diversity, and executive coaching, established in 2016. Mark supports cultural understanding and transformation within global organisations based in Europe, having previously managed D&I globally for the AXA Group.
Mark is an Irish FCA, with over 20 years’ experience in international financial services across Europe, with a First Class degree in Executive Coaching and a Masters in Accounting. Mark has also recently sat on the Board of Screen Ireland, driving the gender equality and diversity committee and chairing the audit and risk committee.
Catherine McAteer (Head of HR, ACCA)
Catherine is a Fellow of the CIPD and has spent her career working in Human Resources. Throughout this time, Catherine has worked across several different sectors; food and drink, technology and financial services. She moved to ACCA seven years ago, and progressed to Director of HR. The HR team provides support to 1,400 global employees, with the main focus currently on introducing ACCA's Inclusion and Diversity journey, as well as supporting employees through the Covid-19 pandemic.
Clive Webb (Report author)
Clive deals with business and technology related matters from the perspective of the Chief Financial Officer. His research interests include the application of digital technologies to the finance function, and how they impact on the people and processes they support. His recent works includes the role of the finance business partner and the future of the Chief Financial Officer. Clive has worked for one of the Big 4 accountancy firms, where he held several roles, including in IT Audit and Attestation and global Learning and Development.
- 1 hour
- All attendees
- Free of charge
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