Black Allyship Program

Thursday 17th October

10am – 2pm

We speak with allies on how they can be more effective in partnering with the Black community to create greater opportunities for the advancement of Black talent. In collaboration with our Diversity and Inclusion coach, we will deliver training to employees and senior management on how to best support Black employees/colleagues, recognise and challenge stereotypes, systematic inequalities and microaggressions in the workplace and create an inclusive work environment where Black employees believe they truly belong.

Who is this for?
We invite all allies who would like to develop, be inspired, and have real, honest and open discussions in an environment that supports learning and growth. Regardless of your race this is a fantastic session for you to attend.

Speakers

Lee Chambers

Director at Essentialise and Male Allies UK

Lee Chambers is the Director and chief business psychologist at Essentialise and Male Allies UK. He has had a diverse career, with roles in corporate finance and local government, and scaling a tech business to exit before launching Essentialise.

In 2023 Lee received the Kavli Fellowship from the National Academy of Sciences, becoming the first Black British scientist to be awarded in its 33-year history for his work on health inequity within marginalised communities, and he was inducted into the Black Cultural Archives Future Leaders 40 for services to health. He has been recognised as a Marie Claire Future Shaper and a UN Women Changemaker for his work on male allyship.

He is a board member of CMI Women, a trustee for Age Concern, has spoken at the Bloomberg Global Equality Summit and One Young World. He regularly features in the media, fronted Ikea’s docuseries “It’s not home till it’s you”, and is the author of the Momentum: Reboot Your Career, Unlock Your Potential.

Scarlett Allen-Horton

BBC Apprentice Finalist, innovative entrepreneur and founder of the multi-award winning Harper Fox

Scarlett Allen-Horton is a highly accomplished recruitment leader, BBC Apprentice Finalist, innovative entrepreneur and founder of the multi-award winning Harper Fox Partners. Scarlett is also a keynote speaker, business mentor, business partner to Lord Sugar, RFC board advisor and voluntary ambassador for numerous charitable and purpose driven organisations.

With over a decade of experience in global executive search and leadership assessment analysis, Scarlett has a proven track record of success and expertise in various subjects, particularly within recruitment, STEM and equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI).

ExCel London, Royal Victoria Dock,
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