HR Talks: HR's role in the development of Innodiversity within organisations

A breakfast conversation hosted by Financial Times | IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance

Diversity is dynamic

We believe this diversity framework, though somewhat artificial (as all framework are) can be useful to companies who are trying to refresh their approach to managing diverstiy.

The roundtable will be moderated by a leading Financial Times journalist and Professor Celia de Anca, IE professor and FT | IE educator, who will be providing practical guidance on Innodiversity and answering the below questions among others:

  • What kind of diversity does your company focus on?
  • Are the innovation initiatives within your organisation linked to the efforts to maintain a diverse working environment? If not, how could this be introduced and promoted?
  • Could you benefit from broadening your perspective?

These are some of the questions which HR and L&D leaders are invited to explore alongside are hosts Professor Celia de Anca, IE professor and FT | IE educator and by a leading Financial Times journalist.


Event details

An exclusive venue in the heart of Paris
When: Friday 29 March 2019
Time: 8.00am to 11.00am
Where: Hotel Marignan Champs-Elysee, 12 rue de Marignan 75008, Paris


Professor Celia de Anca

IE Professor and FT | IE Corporate Learning Alliance educator

Celia is the Director of the Centre for Diversity in Global Management and Director of the Saudi-Spanish Centre for Islamic Economics and Finance at IE Business School.

She is the author of Managing Tribalism: Managing Identities in a Diverse World and co-author of Managing Diversity in the Global Organisation. Celia has also has numerous articles published, including a recent Harvard Business Review article: The 3 types of diversity that shape our identitites.


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