Empowering inclusive leadership through reverse mentoring: Sharing best practice

Join us at this briefing where we will explore practical ways to promote inclusive behaviours in the workplace, looking particularly through the lens and via the means of reverse mentoring. The panel from across the private and public sector with speakers from Fujitsu and Westminster City Council will provide insight of embedding such initiatives, and talk about the benefits they can bring to leading and growing an inclusive workforce – from diverse, lived perspectives.

About the speakers

  • Stuart Love

    Chief Executive, Westminster City Council

    Stuart Love has been Chief Executive of Westminster City Council since January 2018.  Having previously worked at Westminster from 2003-2006 as Head of Road Management, Stuart went on to senior roles at Isle of Wight Council (2006-2013) and then Southampton City Council as Director of Place.  He re-joined Westminster in 2013 as Executive Director for City Management and Communities, overseeing a range of teams to deliver joined-up solutions to complex community problems, informed by improved business intelligence and underpinned by the corporate values and behaviour.

  • Reena Chawla

    Framework Lead, Public Sector & Co-Chair, Cultural Diversity Network, Fujitsu UK&I

    Reena has a dual role as the Co-Chair of the Cultural Diversity Network and the Framework Lead within Public Sector. Reena is very passionate about mentoring and has been involved in various forms of mentoring within Fujitsu and externally.  She believes that everyone no matter what level you reach should be mentored and believes about paying it forward. She feels that Fujitsu is an organisation which promotes mentoring and create a platform to reach your full potential.

  • Andrew Ingram

    Head of Pre-Sales, Fujitsu UK&I

    Andy has worked for Fujitsu for over 14 years in a variety of roles in delivery and sales. In delivery, Andy led the team that put in the Oracle system that underpinned the building of the stadiums for the London 2012 Olympics. Andy currently leads a team of circa 120 Pre-Sales professionals who work on bids for Fujitsu across a range of sectors and technologies, solving customer challenges. Prior to working for Fujitsu, Andy spent just over 4 years at Mercer, working in the global IT team rolling out Oracle in a variety of countries. Andy started out his working life at the National Audit Office in the Finance department, which sparked his interest in financial systems and a subsequent 20 years plus in IT. Andy would say his biggest skill is the application of common sense!

 

 

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