Event brought to you by BCSWomen in Scotland.
13:00 - Virtual conference opens
14:00 - Close
Black Lives Matter campaigning is driving renewed interest in diversity in organisations across the world. It has always been essential that middle managers understand how gender, race, age, disability and sexual orientation can tip the balance for or against employees and impact careers for decades. We need to win arguments with executive teams on funding our initiatives to enlighten our managers.
This session, led by Gillian Arnold, looks at what might be happening in the minds of our managers when they make choices about us, stresses the need for action, and offers some arguments that you can use to support your work.
About the speaker
Gillian has extensive experience in the IT industry and runs her own training and staffing company, supporting women in STEM. She sits on the board of directors for the British Computer Society, and latterly on the board of directors for WISE, supporting women in STEM. Her long involvement with Women in IT includes supporting industry and academia on diversity, chairing BCSWomen, and leading the European Taskforce for Women in IT for CEPIS. Gillian was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Bath in 2019 for her work on diversity and was entered into the Computer Weekly ‘Women in IT Hall of Fame’ in 2017.
Our events are for adults aged 16 years and over.
This event is brought to you by: BCSWomen in Scotland