A focus on gender and intersectionality in the energy, renewables & sustainability sector
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Sustainability is a big factor in energy and renewables, but does this focus extend to employee engagement and the ED&I agenda too? The powerful commonality they all share is that they impact humans in one way or another.
To be truly sustainable, an organisation should focus on environmental and societal factors – this includes people, customers and brand. Thinking about this for the long term is key, as sustainability is about building something effective that will last (whether this is physical, a process or something that will reach an employee in another way).
In the session we will discuss points such as barriers you’re facing in attracting and retaining new customers and talent and entering new markets, and making conscious decisions across your organisation using ED&I as part of the decision-making process.
Thinking about your workforce now and for the future and the culture your organisation has is important, particularly in relation to underrepresented groups and from an intersectional perspective. Do you have a culture where everyone can thrive? Are you able to attract and retain people from all backgrounds, and support them to develop?
We will have an open discussion around the above questions and the part ED&I plays for the long-term success of organisations and discuss the moral reasons, and how it is a commercial imperative.