RHA and Creative Inclusive Cultures

The RHA is pleased to announce the partnership between She’s RHA and Creating Inclusive Cultures (CIC).

Creating Inclusive Cultures is the brainchild of Charlotte Sweeney OBE and is a collaboration of companies and employers who are committed to realising and take advantage of the benefits of diversity and inclusion. It provides a forum for businesses to share best practice and who want to create a thriving workplace for everyone.

There is an acute driver shortage in the road transport sector. It has an aging workforce (the average age of an HGV driver is 55) and because of the cost of training, there are not enough new entrants coming through the system.

 

Upcoming CIC Events

CIC Conference Manchester 22 November

Plans for the conference are well underway – CIC partners are entitled to 2 complementary places at the conference – if you haven’t already done so please book your complementary places by emailing info@creatinginclusivecultures.com

Further  places can be booked on Here

 

Junior Board video

Many thanks to Yorkshire Building Society for allowing us to share the video they recorded at the final day of this year’s Junior Board - https://vimeo.com/274657721

Password: ybs

 

CIC Innovation Forums

Our next Innovation Forum will take place in Liverpool on the 12th of October at Anfield Stadium and will focus on Social Mobility – details will be available on Eventbrite shortly.

A date for our Birmingham Innovation Forum later in October will be confirmed soon and the theme will be ‘Fierce Conversations’ with Dr Naomi Irvine

 

Partner Events

September is a busy month for CIC partners with a variety of events and workshops taking place – here is a selection you might be interested in!

 

CIC are pleased to be partnering with the RHA for their workshop on Building a Diverse Workforce on Tuesday  25th September at Autotrader in Manchester

– booking on here

 

 

The Annual ‘Dive In’ festival takes place throughout September, here are a selection you might be interested in. Booking and further information can be found here

21st September : Who do you think you are? - Leeds

25th September: Embracing Diversity for Improved Business Results – Manchester

25th September: Now You See Me – Birmingham   

26th September: Predicting the Future of the Workplace – Leeds

27th September : BAME: Breaking Down the Barriers around Career Progression – Manchester . Panel discussion featuring Charlotte Sweeney OBE.  

 

BNY Mellon are hosts for a Northern Power Women event on Tuesday 11th September on Recognising Women’s Worth in the Workplace Booking here.