Inclusion and diversity: our approach

John Dickie - London First

“London is one of the most diverse cities in the world, which is one of its key strengths. As part our commitment to make it the best city in the world to live, work and play, we will do more to reflect that internally and in the work we do externally via our members, policy work and advocacy. We will use our convening power to make a difference, encouraging our members to share best practice, acting as a hub for their thinking on inclusion and championing the importance of an inclusive and diverse capital. We know we have more to do, and we committed to driving forward a more inclusive vision of doing business in London.”

- John Dickie, Chief Executive, London First

Sharing insights on I&D

We spoke to John Amaechi OBE, an organisational psychologist who has a track record of inspiring great change in the workplace. If you are part of a London First member organisation, you can watch our exclusive conversation with John.

Black-British-Business-Awards

Black British Business Awards nominees Claudine Reid MBE and Alessandra Bell-Madubunyi share how they create greater awareness through their work of the power of a diverse business

Creating a truly inclusive culture: our podcast with Jane Grant, UK Head of Learning and Development for WSP.

60 Seconds with: Ingrid Osborne, Divisional Chair, London & South East, Taylor Wimpey UK Limited

In conversation with Samuel Okafor, Co-Lead of the NatWest Racial Equality Taskforce

60 seconds with: Will Smith, Managing Partner People and Purpose, North & South Europe, Deloitte LLP