Hugh Kay Lecture: Diversity is just a ticket to the game. The goal is inclusion
It is not enough to have multiple representations. The real question is about culture and creating environments where anyone can thrive and realise their full potential.
What roles do Boards play? Why is it important? Why can’t we talk about it?”
Irene Dorner, Chair of Taylor Wimpey and Control Risks addressed these and other questions at this year's Hugh Kay Lecture.
Watch the recording here...
About the Hugh Kay Lecture
The Hugh Kay lecture was established in 1991 in memory of CABE's first Director, broadcaster and journalist Hugh Kay. Hugh Kay was an integral part of the founding of the IBE as a fund within CABE. Sadly CABE, in its 80th year, was wound up so it was appropriate that the IBE as its offshoot should take over the mantle of this event.
Many leaders in business and public life have given the lecture over the years including Sir Stuart Hampson, Sir Mark Moody-Stuart, Lord (Stephen) Green and Sir Tim Melville-Ross.
In 2020 we were joined by Lord Evans of Weardale, Chair of the Committee on Standards in Public Life, you can listen back to this lecture here: Standards in Public Life - Are we in a Post-Nolan age?