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Bitesize Learning: An LGBT+ business case review

Fri, March 29, 2019
Friday 29th March, 8.30am - 9.30am. Warnford Court, 29 Throgmorton Street, London, EC2N 2AT. Overview The business case for diversity and inclusion in general has long been proved. To fully embed an LGBT+ inclusion strategy it is important to clearly set out the business case in numbers and potential…

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Previous Events

Exploring the true nature of LGBT inclusion at work: Panel Debate - 7 February 2018

Wed, February 07, 2018
On Wednesday 8th February LGBT Great sat on an exciting panel debate which looked back at LGBT History. Being a Historian by background, our Project Founder, Matt Cameron provided an interesting perspective on the changing attitudes towards sexual orientation and gender identity over the last two millennium.…

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LGBT Great Launch Event – 22 November 2017

Wed, November 22, 2017
Wednesday 22nd 2018 saw the official launch of LGBT Great. We launched the initiative in collaboration with Legal and General and their newly launched LGBT network L&GBT. The event was hosted at the fabulous Legal & General head office in London, One Coleman Street. With an audience filled to…

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Why LGBT+ leadership and talent should not be over looked.

LGBT Great calls on the investment and savings industry to complete on-line industry survey. It is estimated…

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Make it real: 5 ways that LGBT+ inclusion can have a positive impact in the investment industry

The case for LGBT+ diversity and inclusion has long been established and numerous studies have concluded…

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LGBT+ inclusion: what gets measured gets done

Review. Measure. Track.  It is widely acknowledged that what gets valued gets measured and what…

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Explained: 2018 Gender Recognition Act Consultation

Did you know? That when the 2004 Gender Recognition Act (GRA) came into effect, the UK became the first…

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Diverse (tick) but not inclusive! 

Three-quarters of LGBT people want more support from companies—and not just for Pride. In…

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