Event: Good for all
Recognising the powerful impact of D&I on individuals, businesses and the community.
With diversity and inclusion at the top of the business agenda right now, how companies make a meaningful impact to their employees, communities and society as a whole is fast becoming a key challenge. Emperor has teamed up with the Aleto Foundation to tackle what is now a key component of any responsible business commitment.
The Aleto Foundation was created by a group of influential business and cultural leaders to provide significant lifetime opportunities for young people with high potential. Their focus is on identifying and developing the next generation of leaders from communities who have historically found it challenging to access jobs due to their backgrounds.
The purpose of the event is to:
- Provide an insight into the great work that Aleto undertakes;
- For you to find out about their mentoring and leadership programmes; and
- Outline ways in which companies can support or get involved and the benefits that this will bring.
David Villa-Clarke BEM, MBA
David is an accomplished toastmaster and public speaker who enjoys sharing success and motivational stories. His passions lie in mentoring individuals, companies or NGOs to achieve their full potential, whether that be personal or financial. As the CEO of the Aleto Foundation, David ensures that they build a sustainable organisation in order to achieve their goal of creating 1,000 leaders by the end of 2020.
Sir Kenneth Olisa OBE
Sir Ken is a businessman and philanthropist, the founder of two technology merchant banks and the first British-born black man to serve as a Director of a FTSE 100 company (Reuters). An advocate of social inclusion, he is Chair of Thames Reach, working to shelter and resettle the homeless, and Chair of the Shaw Trust, supporting the disabled and chronically unemployed to find work. He is currently The Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London.
Tuesday 8 September
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
It will be a topical, relevant and interesting event. If you’re not the person responsible for diversity and inclusion within your organisation, please pass these details on to the right person.