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Events, marketing, communication, & LGBT+ inclusive job adverts

1) Visibility without borders...

We design and execute hundreds of outstanding campaigns each year to attract new talent, gain new customers, and engage with our internal and external communities - simply incredible! Yet, after years of talks about diversity and inclusion, many still struggle to see themselves represented. Inclusion, Belonging, Equality - these words can be heard in the background but what’s the reality? 

In this short, provocative and mindblowing webinar, delivered by Martin Kmiecik, CEO of Diversity Pride, you will learn:

  • What to look for and how you can influence the campaign design process and execution
  • An intersectional approach to build inclusive 
  • How to drive visibility authentically 
  • 360 Degrees - Global approach
The session focuses on visibility in events, marketing and communication used across all departments - don't miss out of your morning eye-opening session!

2) How to write inclusive job adverts

A Diverse workforce is only one step towards creating a workplace where your employees can thrive every day - you also need to build talent acquisition strategies that promote belonging and effectively communicate your employer brand inclusively.

In this webinar, delivered by myGwork, you will learn:

- why inclusion comes first

- how to communicate your employer brand to attract more diverse candidates

- the common errors made in job adverts

- why storytelling is one of the most inclusive approaches to creating an inclusive (LGBT+) job search

In partnership with:

Receive your LGBT+ Inclusion Certificate of Attendance for the WorkPride Global Conference 2020!

(To qualify, you must register and attend a minimum of 5 webinars during the WorkPride Global Conference.)


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    Steve Keith
    Steve Keith
    Event Facilitator
    I support myGwork with the delivery of their digital events. I am also the founder and chief behavioural officer of The Branding Man, where I work with employers to create inclusive brand campaigns and experiences that help young people to find careers where they can develop a better sense of belonging. I host a weekly podcast, My Career Story, where I interview people about their career journey to date. To celebrate Pride Month 2020 I have dedicated all episodes to members of the LGBT+ community.
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    Chloë Davies
    Chloë Davies
    Head of PR & Partnerships
    Chloe Davies is an activist, proud bisexual woman, mother of two, chef and entrepreneur, who campaigns for inclusion and equality in social spaces, corporate organisations and the wider community. She spent over 15 years working in retail, artist management and PR before starting her own company in 2015. Chloe is Head of PR & Partnerships for myGwork - The global recruitment and networking hub for LGBT professionals and organisations promoting diversity and inclusion. Chloe volunteers with UK Black Pride (UKBP) as the Strategic Officer, working closely with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors to help shape the future of UK Black Pride. She is also the Community Lead for the London Queer Fashion Show - An annual showcase of fashion, identity, and expression.
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    Martin Kmiecik
    Martin Kmiecik
    Co-Founder & CEO
    Diversity Pride
    Martin is an ambitious multipreneur, management consultant and LGBTQ activist, working with companies across Europe, Asia and the Americas on their inclusion for all strategies. Martin, alongside being CEO of Diversity Pride consultancy, delivers Executive Education programmes at London Business School, ESCP and MIT focused on inclusive leadership development, inclusive marketing & advertising and HR strategy in transforming organisation. Martin actively works with activists from around the world fighting for LGBTQ rights. After a recent visit to Poland, Martin's motherland, to amplify voices of those who combat the so-called ‘LGBT-free zones’ and encourage global companies to be more active in countries where LGBTQ community faces discrimination.
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