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How Mentoring Creates Inclusive Workplaces
In partnership with Deloitte, this Guider webinar will explore how mentoring supports inclusion, respect and belonging within organisations – leading to happier, more diverse workplaces.

We'll be discussing how this works in theory and in practice, with first hand experience from Deloitte on both running and being involved with mentoring to support D&I initiatives, including reverse mentoring.

Expect a number of learnings, challenges and tips from all sides of the mentoring relationship. With time for questions at the end, we hope this will be a hugely helpful session for anyone exploring mentoring to support inclusion in their business.



• Nadine Dyer – is a Respect and Inclusion Manager, Financial Advisory and Chair of the Multicultural Network at Deloitte. She also sits on the Firm’s Ethnicity Council and has been pivotal in driving the conversation around race and contributing the Firm’s Black Action Plan. Nadine takes a proactive stance and collaborates with operational business units, central functions, and external organisations to improve experiences and drive positive change when it comes to inclusion.

Nadine has been listed as one of the ten Future Leaders as part of the Ethnicity Awards’ Top 100+ List 2020. She was also listed in the EMpower Ethnic Minority Role Model Future Leader list in 2018 and 2020.

• Hazel Ijomah is a Financial Crime Assistant Manager at Deloitte, and was a Mentor on the reverse mentoring programme.

Diversity and Inclusion are topics close to Hazel’s heart and she has worked on business unit and firm wide initiatives to promote both. Hazel is a member of the BAME in Financial Advisory group and is part of the Forensic Inclusion Taskforce. As part of these groups, she works hard to drive change within her team and encourage open and honest conversations about these themes.

• Martyn Sullivan is a Partner within Corporate Finance at Deloitte, and was Hazel's Mentee on the reverse mentoring programme.


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