Events

We host many events and webinars on a broad range of D&I topics throughout the year. These events are specifically produced for our Members.

Friday 1st March 1 - 2pm GMT

Jodi Goldman Series 3/3: Impact & Influence

Influence is about getting people to not just say yes to you, it's being able to motivate them in the right way so that they want to say yes. And in today's climate it's more important than ever to be able to make an impact and influence the people in your network.

 

In this masterclass with Jodi Goldman, you will learn:


- How and why people are motivated differently (and why some people frustrate you with their behaviour!)


- Understanding your own motivations so you can make more of an impact


- How you can identify the motivations of others easily so adapt your communication to get the results you want from different kinds of people. 

Tuesday 19th March 2 - 3pm GMT

Women’s Health and Wellbeing at Work Webinar 

Women's History Month is celebrated annually to highlight the contributions, achievements, and history of women in various fields throughout history, as well as to raise awareness of the ongoing struggles for gender equality.


This Women’s History Month we’re putting the spotlight on women’s health and wellbeing in the workplace. Our panelists will explore some of the health challenges women face and the impact they have in the workplace, as well as the initiatives, resources, policies and solutions that can support women to thrive in a safe and inclusive environment. 

Monday 29th April 2 - 2:30pm BST

Employee Network Groups Bitesize Workshop Series: Setting up for Success 

This month the WiHTL & DiR Collaboration Community will be hosting three bitesize workshops on the topic of Employee Network Groups (ENGs), with the aim of providing practical guidance on setting up and managing employee network groups that will enable organisations to advance on their EDI journey and create truly inclusive workplaces.


The first session will cover the benefits of network groups and how to set them up for success, exploring topics such as structure, vision, sponsorship and communication.


This workshop is aimed at ENG leads/chairs and members, HR/People teams and sponsors of network groups. The session will last approximately 20 minutes with additional time for questions. 

Tuesday 30th April 2 - 2:30pm BST

Employee Network Groups Bitesize Workshop Series: Effectively Leading a Network Group 

This month the WiHTL & DiR Collaboration Community will be hosting three bitesize workshops on the topic of Employee Network Groups (ENGs), with the aim of providing practical guidance on setting up and managing employee network groups that will enable organisations to advance on their EDI journey and create truly inclusive workplaces.


The second session of the series will provide insight into the responsibilities network leads or chair, the key skills required to effectively lead the group, and examples of positive actions and best practice.


This workshop is aimed at ENG leads/chairs. The session will last approximately 20 minutes with additional time for questions. 

Wednesday 1st May 2 - 2:30pm BST

Employee Network Groups Bitesize Workshop Series: Measuring the Impact of Network Groups 

This month the WiHTL & DiR Collaboration Community will be hosting three bitesize workshops on the topic of Employee Network Groups (ENGs), with the aim of providing practical guidance on setting up and managing employee network groups that will enable organisations to advance on their EDI journey and create truly inclusive workplaces.


The third and final session will explore what success looks like for employee network groups and how to measure their effectiveness and business impact.


This workshop is aimed at ENG leads/chairs, HR/People teams and sponsors of network groups. The session will last approximately 20 minutes with additional time for questions. 

More 2024 events will be announced soon

"The Diversity in Retail webinars are a great learning resource. They are a brilliant way of connecting with people in the industry. Everyone that is part of the conversation is there to make positive change and this platform has allowed that open conversation."

LGBT+ History Month webinar attendee