Workshop on Tools for Diversity in Business Schools

Wednesday 26 February 2020, King’s College London

This workshop will equip attendees with ideas for how they can progress equality, diversity and inclusion in their own business schools.

Case studies from different business schools will provide an overview of equality, diversity and inclusivity initiatives that have been successfully implemented. Looking at both what has been taken forward and how that has been done across a range of protected characteristics, there will be an examination of impact and how success is measured.

Participants will take a deep dive into the cases presented, exploring how to improve, adapt and implement similar practices, taking into account their own contexts and strategies. Participants should leave with an action plan for implementing change in their own schools

The full programme for the workshop will be released shortly.

Our speakers include:

  • Professor Stephen Curry, Assistant Provost (Equality, Diversity and Inclusion), Imperial College, London
  • Professor Toni Hilton, Dean, Brighton Business School
  • Professor Sally Everett, Vice Dean (Education), King’s Business School, Kings College London

The workshop will be chaired by Professor Sharon Mavin, Director of Newcastle University Business School and Chair of the Chartered Association of Business Schools Diversity Committee.

The workshop will take place at:

James Clerk Maxwell Building
King’s College London
57 Waterloo Road

For directions to the venue see here.

This workshop is £185 per person. Register with your colleagues to take advantage of our 25% group booking rate.

To register a group of 6 or more, please email to arrange a special booking code.

PLEASE NOTE: if you wish to pay for the event by invoice, you must provide a valid Purchase Order Number when making your booking.

If you have any questions about this workshop please email Gail at