How to create a development support solution that creates impact and sustainable change.
Shaping Better Workplaces
The global pandemic disproportionately impacted women.
In fact, studies suggest that the pandemic has set working women back by more than three decades. Companies, especially in the financial services sector, risk losing women in leadership roles and unwinding years of painstaking progress toward gender equality.
HR professionals are at the forefront of leading the effort to help their business recover from this talent exodus.
In this session, join diversity experts Sapna Welsh and Kim Andrade for a talking debate on:
- Learning three things financial services organisations can do to re-engage, retain, and support women in their workplaces.
- Supporting allyship and identifying strategies to support female colleagues.
- Redefine success while impacts of COVID reverberate throughout the working world.
- Exploring behaviours that women can adapt to improve resilience and confidence to increase staying power.
Executive Coach & Consultant, Diversity & Inclusion, Facilitator, and Author
Sapna Welsh is the Founding Partner of Leverage HR. She is an entrepreneur, business executive and certified coach with over twenty years of experience working in various sectors.
She has served in Talent Development roles with JP Morgan Chase, Nationwide, Deloitte, and eBank. Sapna has trained and coached countless leaders and consulted with some of the most notable Fortune 500, Fortune 1000 organizations, and NGOs across the US and Europe.
The red thread that runs throughout her career is a commitment to cultivating diversity in leadership.Learn more about Sapna Welsh
Leadership Development, Individual & Team Coaching, Diversity & Inclusion, Mentoring, Organizational Consulting
Kim has built expertise in culture and people over a 20 year career in human resources, first as a HR business partner, then spending 6 years specializing in people development. The majority of her career has been in an international and culturally diverse environment, allowing Kim to coach, advise, design and execute in a variety of topics and contexts.
Kim’s years in talent development allowed her to specialize in early career pipeline programs, workplace culture, diversity & inclusion, learning & leadership development, talent planning, mentoring and coaching.Learn more about Kim Andrade
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