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The Equality Hour - The Silent Disability: Overcoming Career Challenges

To shed a light on some of the topical issues around Diversity, Inclusion and Equality in a very unboring way. This episode will discuss having a silent disability and overcoming career challenges, with Nicola Askham.

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The Equality Hour - The Silent Disability: Overcoming Career Challenges
The Equality Hour - The Silent Disability: Overcoming Career Challenges

Time & Location

26 Sept 2023, 09:30 – 10:30

Online via Zoom

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About the event

The Equality Hour - everyone is welcome!

For many, diversity, inclusion and equality have become something to be scared of. Well not anymore! 

The Equality Hour is here to demystify these sometimes complex topics welcoming everyone into the conversation

The Equality Hour host Jess Heagren is an ex-Insurance Director, mother of four, award-winning CEO of Careers After Babies and  That Works For Me, and author of landmark report Careers After Babies.Jess is on a personal mission to make the workplace equally accessible to everyone and works with businesses to make them better employers. She runs the Careers After Babies accreditation programme, is a business transformation consultant, provides ED&I consultancy and supports hiring of parents through That Works For Me.

Episode 04: The Silent Disability - Overcoming career challenges with Nicola Askham

This episode will discuss issues around having a silent disablity and how Nicola has overcome some challenges in her career.

Nicola is known as The Data Governance Coach, helping organisations understand and

manage their data better.

For two decades she has helped organisations reduce costs and inefficiencies. Typically,

people turn to her because their data is a mess and they need help unravelling it, or

because they realise that new initiatives are failing because of poor quality data.

As well as providing coaching and consulting, she also runs training courses because she

feels it is important to give people the skills to make sure that data is used to solve

problems and make better informed decisions.

Nicola initially worked for a leading UK Bank and moved into consultancy in 2009. Since

then she has worked with clients across a wide range of sectors.

Formerly a long standing Director and Committee Member of DAMA UK, Nicola regularly

writes and presents on data governance best practice.

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