Breakfast with Frost: Stephen’s Big D&I Opportunities Vital to the New Workplace

Posted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 27 October 2021
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Stephen Frost examines three major D&I opportunities to arise since the Covid outbreak and their importance for the workplace.

Stephen Frost of Included is one of the UK’s foremost D&I experts. He led the D&I initiatives at the London Olympics and Paralympics which are regarded as one of the most successful games in modern times.

In this podcast (derived from the live webinar), Stephen reviews the most important developments for HR and D&I practitioners relevant to the world of work since January 2020, which can be pulled together into three main themes:

  • New ways of working and the impact on different minority groups within the workforce
  • Employee activism in relation to mental health, LGBT+, global warming and more
  • The importance of data for employees and prospective employees in relation to your D&I credentials

Stephen’s presentation was followed by a live Q&A session.

Here's the recording:

Important Announcement:We're delighted to announce that Stephen Frost will be opening up the second D&I Mastermind group which is starting on 18th November and runs right through until 9th March 2022.

It’s the only D&I course which offers expert guided instruction, learning from other D&I practitioners and group support as well as group sharing of expertise and resources.

Confidential meetings take place online on the third Thursday of every month, with a special extra session on Friday 19 November delivered by Stephen Frost.

Get the full details and apply to join this exclusive group via our D&I Mastermind Group webpage.


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