John Neal, CEO, Lloyd’s of London2019
John Neal speaks about how talent, diversity and inclusion are on all agendas and the impact this has made on the business.
Richie Whitt, CEO, Markel2019
Richie Whitt talks about helping employees achieve their best with in a diverse and inclusive environment and how employees can lead the conversations on issues.
John Haley, CEO, Willis Towers Watson2019
John Haley discusses the importance of inclusion and embedding this into strategies to attract and retain the best talent and create a welcoming company culture.
Sinéad Browne, CEO, Allianz2019
Sinéad Browne discusses building environments and cultures of trust and how we can promote social mobility in the insurance industry.
Simon Beale, CEO, MS Amlin2019
Simon Beale speaks on why diversity is so important for the future of the insurance industry and how a diverse workforce is good for business.
Sheila Cameron, CEO, LMA2019
Sheila Cameron advises on actions to take when trying to deliver an inclusive marketplace and why this is so important.
John Neal, CEO, Lloyd’s of London2019
Short intro to video: John Neal speaks to Advance Programme Participant at Lloyd’s, Julie Flello about his agenda for Dive In and the new perception of Insurance that Dive In spreads.
Bruce Carnegie-Brown, CEO, Lloyd’s of London2019
Bruce Carnegie-Brown speaks to Talent Programmes Manager at Lloyd’s, Adam Triggs about the growth and importance of Dive In and what the future holds.
Brian Duperreault, CEO, AIG2019
Brian Duperreault discusses the importance of respect and how diversity and inclusion is at the core of the Insurance industry.
Dive In chat2016
Paul Awcock, Head of Talent Sourcing at Lloyd’s on the importance of inclusive hiring.
The truth about diversity and inclusion2018
John Amaechi on the importance of finding real measures for diversity and inclusion and having consequences for bad behaviour. If you really want to make a difference, you have to be vigilant on the small stuff.
Closing the diversity gap2018
Jim Bichard on why PWC voluntarily published their numbers on D&I to force them to make a change and be accountable for action.
David Kearney, Wotton + Kearney, on the business case for D&I2017
David Kearney, Chief Executive Partner at Wotton + Kearney on the significance of Lloyd’s Dive In festival.
Paul Hines, GSA, on the business case for D&I2016
Paul Hines, CEO at GSA on the importance of treating people with respect and why you should throw your weight behind the Dive In Festival.
Kathleen Reardon, Hamilton Re, on the business case for D&I2016
Kathleen Reardon, CEO of Hamilton Re, shares her thoughts on why diversity and inclusion is good for business.
Ajay Gupta, Charles Taylor, on the business case for D&I2016
Ajay Gupta, CUO at Charles Taylor, talks about the profitability of diversity and inclusion.
Nicholas Aubert, Willis Towers Watson, on the business case for D&I2017
Nicholas Aubert, CEO of Willis Towers Watson, implements metrics to shift the needle much faster in diversity and inclusion.
John McCabe, Liberty, on the business case for D&I2017
John McCabe, COO, Senior Vice President Asia Pacific of Liberty on harnessing the power of everyone’s differences.
Hugh Hessing, Aviva, on the business case for D&I2016
Hugh Hessing, CEO of Aviva Europe urges people to break the glass ceiling of diversity and caring more.
Steve Hearn, Ed, on the business case for D&I2017
Steve Hearn, CEO of Ed, talks about the economic argument for diversity and inclusion and the importance of addressing unconscious bias.
Greg Collins, Miller, on the business case for D&I2017
Greg Collins, CEO of Miller, talks about the importance of a diverse mix of opinions and the importance of taking action.
Angie Zissi, SURA, on the business case for D&I2017
Angie Zissis, Managing Director of SURA, talks about the importance of a level playing field and making a difference.
David Pollitt, DAC Beachcroft, on the business case for D&I2017
David Pollitt, Managing Director of DAC Beachcroft, talks on the importance of different views and experiences in staying relevant in the market.
Paul Morris, Willis Towers, on the business case for D&I2017
Paul Morris, Head of Western Europe at Willis Towers Watson, shares his experience of winning new clients based on diversity of thought and experience.