Breakfast Seminar: Do you have diversity fatigue?
Date: Friday, June 14, 2019
7.30am – Registration
7.50am – Presentation commences
8.15am – Breakfast served
9.00am – Event concludes
Venue: Herbert Smith Freehills
Level 36, QV.1 Building
250 St Georges Tce, Perth
RSVP & Enquiries: by Thursday June 6
Phone 08 9211 7550
This event is by invitation only
Herbert Smith Freehills, in conjunction with WIMWA, invites you to hear from Tanya Finnie, global cultural strategist with expertise in building meaningful relationships and instilling confidence within individuals.
Diversity in business is rich with opportunity and creativity. The challenge is keeping the conversation fresh and interesting to continuously develop diversity strategies that have real impact and create change.
Corporate diversity is still on a journey, so how can we ensure we don’t suffer from diversity fatigue and prolong our efforts?
Throughout the morning, Tanya will share her insights on shaping strategies that have impact and offer practical ideas for you to walk away with and implement in your role.
The format will be an interactive discussion with an opportunity for Q&A and networking with your peers.
Tanya Finnie, Director, Red Head Communications
Having worked in a plethora of different countries from around the globe, Tanya has valuable global experience pertaining to culture and diversity. With her unique skill-set and vast knowledge, Tanya assists organisations in growing their human capital and increasing their cultural intelligence. She is a certified Global Goodwill Ambassador and voted as one of Perth’s Top 100 Small Business Influencers in 2016.
Tanya creates custom executive development programs, specifically focused on high-performance culture, to provide individuals and organisations with creative solutions and a competitive advantage.
Anna Creegan, Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills
Anna Creegan, a partner in Herbert Smith Freehills’ Employment, Industrial relations and Safety team, will share the firm’s achievements and challenges with its gender targets, and launch the new stretch targets that will focus on the key areas for better gender diversity, and better conversations about gender diversity.