Tuesday 8th June 5.45pm for 6.00pm
With more and more organisations embarking on diversity programmes today, this talk will explain why it’s essential to understand what that truly means and the various benefits that a diverse workforce (or membership) can have on organisational performance and outcomes.
This event will give our members, their friends and professional contacts, an insight into how important diversity is from a speaker who will need little introduction to our audience.
Our speaker, David Sole, is probably best known for his international rugby career. Playing for Scotland from 1986 to 1992 he was captain a record 25 times, including the famous victory over England in 1990 to win Scotland’s third Grand Slam. He also played for the British Lions in 1989 and the Barbarians and was awarded an OBE for services to rugby football in 1993.
His career has built on his experience as a leader and an executive coach, and he has held a significant number of board positions over the years. In 2011 he co-founded the School for CEOs with Patrick Macdonald – a business which runs development programmes for aspiring business leaders, taught by an experienced group of current and recent CEOs, Chairmen and Non-executive Directors.
PLEASE NOTE: this event is open to non-members and members should check the email for further information.