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Charting the Course to Leadership

  • 9th October 2017
  • 17:00 - 18:30
  • 1 More London Riverside, London SE1 2AF

This is a free event, however there will be a £50 plus VAT admin charge for non-attendance or cancellations received less than 5 days prior to the event.

At some stage in their career, every professional will ponder, “What does it take to reach the top”? 

A ground breaking study commissioned by EY, explored the impact of ethnicity on an individual’s professional career.  This insightful study, led by Dr Doyin Atewologun, included in-depth interviews and a statistical analysis of 10 years of employment and performance data, looking at the implications for ethnic minority men and women and their white counterparts on the career ladder to success.  It concludes with detailed recommendations for organisations and for ethnic minority talent, built around the need to understand ‘Career Capital’.

To ensure structural and institutional bias is eliminated from employment processes, this is a must attend event for any business on the journey to diversify the ethnic makeup of their organisation. 

 Join us from 5:00- 6:30pm on the 9th October 2017 to discuss EY’s ground breaking study. 

Places are limited



There will be a £50 plus VAT admin charge for cancellations received less than 5 days prior to the event.





Welcome from EY

To welcome guests and set the scene, including

  • The importance of race equality
  • The context for the research
  • Hopes for sharing best practice    


Unveiling the research

Introduced by Dr Doyin Atewologun, lead researcher

  • What the pilot study reveals
  • What business leaders can do to achieve black and minority ethnic (BME) equity in the workplace
  • What ethnic minority talent can do to chart their course to leadership


Panel discussion Moderated by Sayeh Ghanbari, EY partner


Shared values - Shared outcomes - A call to action

To rally attending organisations to join enei’s Leading the Change movement: what is leading the change: how to register your interest, timeframes and what support your organisation can expect on joining the campaign.


Event to end with canapes and networking


Cherie Leung - Investigations Executive - Advertising Standards Authority

Rob Neil - Project Race Lead - Ministry of Justice

Abid Dar - Senior Equality, Inclusion and Well-being Manager - Surrey County Council

Amanda Rose - Head of HR - Bristow's LLP


This event is hosted by: