An exciting pilot programme led by Caroline Flanagan, keynote speaker, author and business coach, which is exclusively for mid-career Black talent from our Signatory cohort. This programme will start with a speaker event that provides expert guidance on empowering colleagues to self evaluate in order to reach their full potential. The keynote will be followed by a Q&A and networking.
20 Cursitor Street
London EC4A 1LT
All Signatories are invited to a workshop following the close of Black History Month. This will be a confidential discussion between representatives of BTC Signatories to facilitate an evaluation of BHM and reflect on its role today in business.
The event will include a panel discussion on advancing black talent in the legal profession followed by a reception. The event aims to provide practical advice for Black lawyers and senior leaders within the legal community to assist Black lawyers to progress their careers and reach senior positions within the law. Chaired by the Black Talent Charter’s Chief Executive, Laura.
The Black Talent Charter warmly invited our Signatories, Supporters and friends to our Annual Summer Reception at Mansion House. This event, kindly sponsored by KPMG, was a wonderful opportunity for leaders and professionals across sectors to meet, connect and celebrate their shared ambition to transform the landscape of opportunity for Black talent in British business.
Rob Pierre, Chair of Jellyfish Agency and Harry Matovu KC, Chair of the BTC, held a challenging discussion on Empowering Black Talent. The evening was an important opportunity for Black professionals to hear from a top business leader about raising their career profile and for managers to hear about maximising the potential of their organisation's talent. This event was kindly sponsored by Allen & Overy.