Inspiring Change Conference and Awards Ceremony 2021
Tuesday 30th November, 2021
The Inspiring Change Conference 2021 will bring together a range of inspirational speakers from diverse backgrounds, including politicians, industry stakeholders, and representatives from a wide range of sectors.
The conference will share client expectations and good practice from within the construction industry and beyond to advance the understanding of the business and societal benefits of developing a culture of Fairness, Inclusion and Respect within the workplace. Attendees will be able to network with 300 like-minded professionals.
The third Inspiring Change Conference will incorporate the Inspiring Change Awards, now in their fifth year, which highlight and reward organisations within the construction and infrastructure sector that have created more inclusive cultures in their workplaces, education, and the community.
Creating a company culture that attracts and retains people from diverse backgrounds is increasingly on the business agenda for many senior leaders. We will be confirming a host of speakers who will provide the latest thinking as well as challenge current working practices.
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Who should attend?
The Inspiring Change Conference will bring together those who can influence culture change within their organisation - Directors and senior M
managers, such as Chief Executives, leaders in Business Improvement and Business Development, Supply Chain and Procurement, HR & EDI Managers, Community Engagement, FIR Ambassadors and advocates on Diversity and Inclusion, and those who want to learn!
Invitations to the Inspiring Change Conference were sent out early in 2020, however the conference has been postponed three times since then. If you wish to enquire about booking please click here
Lee Rowley, MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for Business and Industry)will be the Keynote Speaker
The Rt Hon, The Lord Blunkett
Chi Onwura, MP
Sarah Beale, Chief Executive, CITB
Keith Waller, Senior Adviser to Infrastructure and Projects Authority, HM Treasury
Val Shawcross, London Deputy Mayor for Transport
David Poole, Executive Director, Commercial & Procurement for Highways England
Caroline Dinenage MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Women, Equalities and Family Justice
Loraine Martins, MBE, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at Network Rail