WEBINAR: Enabling effective remote working with Emma Codd, Global Special Advisor on Inclusion, Deloitte

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Join us for this webinar to hear from Emma Codd, Global Special Adviser on Inclusion at Deloitte, on how organisations can successfully implement remote working in their organisations. Reflecting on the impact of the developments around COVID-19, she will discuss how both HR practitioners and managers can develop effective remote working practices and best support their teams in their new ways of working.

  • Emma Codd

    Global Special Advisor for Inclusion, Deloitte

    Emma is the Global Special Advisor on Inclusion for the professional services firm Deloitte, working with Deloitte's global leadership on enabling and embedding inclusion across the organisation. Previously, Emma was the Managing Partner for Talent for Deloitte, sitting on the firm’s UK Executive, and leading a client team of over 50 people within the UK Financial Advisory practice. Since being appointed to her talent role in 2013, Emma has placed a major focus on culture and has led significant change within the UK firm. In 2014, Emma led the design and implementation of Deloitte’s approach to agile working, including its award winning ‘Time Out’ programme. In 2014 she also established and implemented the firm’s gender diversity action plan, a series of specific activities designed to increase the number of women Deloitte attracts and retains.  Emma is a strong advocate of gender pay gap reporting and speaks publicly about the positive impact this has had on Deloitte’s gender diversity strategy.  She led Deloitte’s approach to voluntarily reporting its gender pay gap in 2016, and championed the firm’s involvement in the GEO ‘Trailblazing Transparency’ report. In 2015, she established Deloitte’s renewed approach to respect and inclusion, including commissioning the multi-award winning film ‘Ask Yourself…’, and ensuring that 3,000 of Deloitte’s most senior leaders participated in inclusive leadership sessions.  Emma is a major advocate of social mobility, and in 2016 she led the introduction of name-blind and academic institution-blind recruitment and contextualisation of academics to the firm’s student recruitment processes. Emma was named the 2015 Woman of Achievement by Women in the City; and she sits on the Business in the Community leadership group.  Emma lives in London with her husband and their twin 8-year-old daughters.

 

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