Webinar

The future of work is diverse

Online | 2 March | 10:00am to 11:00am (UK time)
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EMEA Webinar | This March, JLL and the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership join forces with a panel of industry leaders to explore why businesses need to capitalise on the skillsets women bring to the workplace. The big question is what could full inclusion do for your business in tomorrow’s workplace?
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The new world of work requires diverse and innovative thinking. It involves collaboration with a wider range of people with different experiences, skills and insights in an environment, where speaking up and challenging each other is welcomed.

As the world continues to transform at an unprecedented rate, we too as business leaders must adapt. The opportunity to reimagine the future of work has never been stronger. Inclusive leadership is critical to this. This new type of leadership involves courage, flexibility and collaboration – all skills commonly displayed by female leaders. At a time when more women are shaping the future of work, why wouldn’t businesses look beyond the traditional boardroom skillset and re-evaluate what’s need to succeed tomorrow.

Join us this March as we explore what tomorrow’s leadership looks like.

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Speakers

Sue Asprey-Price,Head of UK Corporate Solutions and Occupier Clients, JLL | Event Host
Sue Asprey-Price
Head of UK Corporate Solutions and Occupier Clients, JLL | Event Host
Sue Asprey-Price
Head of UK Corporate Solutions and Occupier Clients, JLL | Event Host

Sue leads the Corporate Solutions business for JLL in the UK, delivering professional services that make a real difference and help businesses adapt to the changing workplace and add value.

Professor Rosie Campbell,Professor of Politics and Director of the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership at King’s College London | Presenter and panelist
Professor Rosie Campbell
Professor of Politics and Director of the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership at King’s College London | Presenter and panelist
Professor Rosie Campbell
Professor of Politics and Director of the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership at King’s College London | Presenter and panelist

Rosie held positions at Birkbeck and UCL before joining King’s in 2018. Rosie’s publications cover the subjects of voting behaviour, public opinion, the politics of diversity and political recruitment.

Birgit Neu,Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion at HSBC
Birgit Neu
Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion at HSBC
Birgit Neu
Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion at HSBC

Birgit previously held COO roles within Corporate Communications & Marketing and Corporate Development at HSBC and also led the Private Banking Initiative. She was founding co-chair of Balance, now HSBC’s largest employee network globally which is focused on gender balance.

Will McDonald,Chair of Trustees at The Fatherhood Institute
Will McDonald
Chair of Trustees at The Fatherhood Institute
Will McDonald
Chair of Trustees at The Fatherhood Institute

Will McDonald is Chair of the Fatherhood Institute, a charity that campaigns for a great dad for every child. He is also Group Sustainability and Public Policy Director at Aviva plc, a role he job shares. We believe this is one of the most senior two-dad job shares in the UK.

Rob Cookson,VP Real Estate and Facilities, Americas, EMEA and APAC at Facebook | Panelist
Rob Cookson
VP Real Estate and Facilities, Americas, EMEA and APAC at Facebook | Panelist
Rob Cookson
VP Real Estate and Facilities, Americas, EMEA and APAC at Facebook | Panelist

Rob and his global team plan, acquire, build and operate space for FB employees globally. His career in the property industry spans over 30 years. Rob’s focus over the last 15 years has been worked globally on solving corporate occupier’s real estate challenges.

Zamila Bunglawala,International Director, at the UK Department for Education
Zamila Bunglawala
International Director, at the UK Department for Education
Zamila Bunglawala
International Director, at the UK Department for Education

Zamila leads on bilateral and multilateral international education partnerships, mobility programs, trade, higher education and data at the UK Department of Education. Previously, Zamila was Deputy Head of Unit and Deputy Director - Strategy and Insight, Race Disparity Unit at the Cabinet Office where she was founded the Ethnicity Facts & Figures website.

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