Invisible disabilities: practical tips for colleagues and clients
In this IIL Inclusion & Diversity panel webinar in association with iDAWN, Lynsey Cross, Chair of the IIL Inclusion & Diversity committee, will be joined by a number of speakers to discuss invisible disabilities from a variety of perspectives including mental health, neurodiversity and those living with other invisible conditions.
This year, the theme for International Day of Persons with Disabilities is ‘a disability-inclusive, accessible and sustainable post COVID-19 World'.
This panel discussion will cover a number of key issues including, whether, following COVID 19, the insurance industry has adapted well to the challenges which arise in supporting colleagues living with invisible conditions, whether remote working has created more barriers for those living with a condition, what you can do now to feel empowered to support yourself and others and finally, sharing some top tips from industry insiders on what’s currently working well.
By the end of this webinar members would have gained an insight into:
- Best practice across the insurance industry
- Explain reasonable adjustments as a whole and provide insight into what is working well across the industry
- How COVID has impacted those living with Invisible Disabilities
Sarah Restall, Director, InsideOut Leader board
Rebecca Sheppard, Technology & Administration Services Team Leader, Willis Towers Watson
Ed Mitchell, Pensions Administrator, Willis Towers Watson
Christopher Green, Associate Consultant - Human Capital Solutions Technology, Aon
Jane Hatton MSc, FCIPD, FRSA, Founder & CEO, Evenbreak
Lynsey Cross, Chief Operating Officer, Brooks Macdonald (Panel Chair)
In association with iDAWN
Due to the interactivity of the event, places are limited (250 places) and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
This webinar will be hosted on Microsoft Teams. Please familiarise yourself with their T&Cs and Privacy Statement.
- Online event
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