HR Retreat: Levelling the playing field

HR Retreat: Levelling the playing field
16 Aug 2022

HR Retreat Lancashire:

Levelling the playing field


29th September 08:30 - 13;00

Crow Wood Hotel & Spa

Our HR Retreat returns to Lancashire this September, with the theme 'Levelling the playing field' and we would be delighted if you could join us.

We have a brilliant line up of engaging speakers focusing on Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion at the stunning location of Crow Wood Hotel & Spa. This session aims to provide you with insight and advice on what businesses can do to create a culture of fairness and inclusion.




Leading with your CQ in mind

Sharon Amesu | Leadership Consultant & Professional Speaker

Leaders are facing unparalleled levels of transition and change. Expectation of leaders to lead effectively around the issue of workplace diversity, continue to increase. Many leaders find themselves paralysed by the fear of saying the wrong thing or doing the wrong thing. But in a time where 'inaction is not an option' what should leaders do? Above all else leaders need to tap into their CQ (courage quotient). In this keynote we share key ideas about how leaders can ensure that they don't become unmoored by competing pressures, but instead remain grounded, focussed and firm during these complex times.

Celebrating diversity and inclusion: why do I feel like I have a sign on my head?

Julie Stirpe | PSA Psychotherapy

As a Developmental Trauma specialist, Julie Stirpe is passionate about social acceptance and inclusion as the fabric of human development and positive identity. Julie invites delegates to explore the individual impact of social isolation at work and the challenges faced by those who feel they are not fully accepted. 

The legal position and strategies for developing an inclusive culture with a multicultural workforce

Emma Swan & Amy Stokes | Forbes Solcitiors 

Emma Swan, head of commercial employment and Amy Stokes, business immigration partner have a passion for EDI and will share their knowledge and experience in this area.   They will discuss the legal principles which underpin EDI and how the Employment Tribunals deal with cases involving EDI issues.  They will explore strategies for developing an inclusive culture and the importance of this in recruitment and retention.   They will also consider the cultural challenges of bringing employees in from other countries where working practices might be different.


Spaces are limited and previous events have sold out quickly, so book now to avoid disappointment. Tickets are £75 (excluding VAT). Breakfast and Lunch are included.

If you have any questions or would like to register to attend email our Makreting Manager: leah@4recruiting.co.uk



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