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Dive In propgramme 2017

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  Strong support from first wave of market sponsors Global reach continues with five new cities announced so far Focus on the Diversity Dividend business case   Dive In, the international diversity and inclusion festival for the insurance industry announces 2017 dates and first confirmed sponsors from among the global broking and underwriting communities: Marsh,


When Alvin Hall was hired on 7 December 1982, he was the first black person on Wall Street in a training capacity. “I was walking on eggshells all the time,” he said. “I remember one very bigoted man who told me I wouldn’t be around in two years. He said ‘we’re going to eat you


Appearing at the Dive In festival only a week after returning from Rio, Ellie Simmonds OBE and Libby Clegg spoke about their success at the Paralympics and their take on disabilities. Tim Hollingsworth, CEO of the British Paralympic Association, and Claire Harvey, who captained the GB Paralympic Sitting Volleyball Team at London 2012, joined the


“Essential to the effective functioning of any Board is dialogue which is both constructive and challenging… One of the ways in which constructive debate can be encouraged is through having sufficient diversity on the Board. This includes, but is not limited to, gender and race. Diverse Board composition in these respects is not on its


Australians are diverse in many ways, but how diverse is the Australian insurance sector? Let’s take a look at the current state of diversity in Australia and how increasing diversity can improve the workplace for both employees and employers… Access and download the brochure here


“The focus of this report is both important and timely. The business case for fairness, equality and inclusion is clearer than ever, and financial institutions must embrace diversity in their organisation in order to reap the benefits. The Bank of England already recognises the value of diversity and has put inclusion at the heart of


Our partner City Disabilities has recently produced and published a video on “desirable disabilities”, empowering disabled workers by celebrating their uniqueness, resilience, tenacity, resourcefulness and independence. Watch the full video here


If you missed the webinar ‘Resilience – Bouncing Back’, it can now be viewed here.


If you missed the webinar ‘Decision Making and Risk Taking’, it can now be viewed here.


The phenomenal Clare Balding, UK sports and TV presenter, children’s book author and campaigner for women in sport, joined Dive In in London on Tuesday night and asked the audience to take two messages away from the evening. Here are Clare Balding’s words of wisdom: 1. To always ask yourself how you can help the


If you missed the webinar ‘My Ageing Parent’, it can now be viewed here.


Watch the 'From Here to Paternity' webinar here


Download the 2016 Dive In programmes here.


Sydney will be the first city to kick off the festival with platinum sponsor XL Catlin and event co-sponsors Aon and Norton Rose Fulbright holding a gender diversity discussion panel followed by networking drinks. On day two, Willis Towers Watson together with McInnes Wilson Lawyers and QBE Insurance Group will host an event focusing on

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Report from Business Insurance's Diversity & Inclusion Institute on the insurance industry's journey towards diversity.


Dive In Festival goes global for 2016 with new anchor sponsor and companies market on board.

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Lloyd's China CEO Eric Gao will give the keynote at a diversity & inclusion event in Shanghai on 16/09/2016.


The first Dive In Festival for diversity and inclusion in insurance in 2015 has won external recognition and validation from eminent judging panels with four awards to date.


The quest for diversity can really gain traction when it is focused on finding the best possible person for the job, writes Alison McCulloch on CIPD.


A new culture is needed, says rail infrastructure owner, after admitting some travellers have found using the train incredibly difficult, writes Gwyn Topham in the Guardian 11/07/2106


The first Inclusion@Lloyd\'s report was released in March 2015, with original research on the state of diversity and inclusion in the Lloyd's market.


The Dive In Festival has picked up a prestigious Marketing Week Award in the Diversity Champion category.


As part of our event The Challenge of Innovation on Tuesday 27/09/2016 1300-1430, we are offering a competition across the Lloyd's market.


New report and research on diversity and inclusion in the Lloyd’s market released.