#InclusiveFutures: A Roundtable Event

How 2020 has transformed the drive for diversity, equity and inclusion

Session Date: 9 December 2020

A Leaders In Learning Roundtable Event

The scramble to slash costs in response to Covid-19 has piqued concern that Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I) could slip down — or even off — companies’ agendas. The pandemic is deepening pre-existing inequities and exposing vulnerabilities in social, political and economic systems, which in turn amplify its impacts for the most marginalized communities.

At Duke Corporate Education (Duke CE), we collaborate with clients to drive organizational, cultural and behavioral change, helping leaders address the moral and economic imperative of a diverse and inclusive workplace. But, there is still much work to be done.

In this Leaders in Learning roundtable series, #InclusiveFutures: How 2020 Has Transformed the Drive for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, we along with special guests and esteemed panelists will address the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion, and how we can build inclusive leaders and organizations for the future.

Featured Panelists

Amel Karboul

Amel Karboul

CEO, Education Outcomes Fund

Sudhanshu Palsule

Sudhanshu Palsule

Educator, Leadership Advisor, and Co-Author of Rehumanizing Leadership: Putting Purpose Back Into Business

Sharmla Chetty

Sharmla Chetty

President of Global Markets, Duke Corporate Education

Amelie Villeneuve

Global Head of Learning, Standard Chartered Bank

Beth Ahlering

Beth Ahlering

Regional Managing Director, Duke Corporate Education

Salwa Amar

Head of International Markets at Linkedin Learning, LinkedIn

Celiwe Ross

Celiwe Ross

Human Capital Director, Old Mutual

Nishen Munnisunker

Nishen Munnisunker

Group Learning Lead, Absa

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