The JUMP Corporate Hub is the network of the corporate diversity stakeholders
dedicated to the exchange of best practices on gender equality at work.

Corporate Hub session

Agile and flexible work models: what impact on gender equality, how to make them sustainable

In Brussels from 12.00 to 15.30

PARTICIPATION COST:

Price per person per session: 350€ VAT excl.

Lunch and coffee break are included. Session summary, presentation, videos and useful readings will be shared with participants after the session

Note: If you are unable to attend, you can exchange your seat with a colleague. If you register to the whole programme, you can exchange your seat with a colleague. Seats are not nominative.

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session guest speakers

Nathalie Wilkins

Co-founder and managing partner of Thriving Talent

Erwin Ollivier

General manager Athlon Belgium, Winner of Wo.Men@Work Award 2016


Historically, flexible working has evoked a negative perception where employees would be branded as less driven, less achievement-focused or less ambitious. Today, organisations realise that adopting a flexible working policy is critical to create an inclusive environment and attract talent, if they want to respond to the changing values of Generations X , Y and Z.

However, this talent will leave and search elsewhere unless agile and flexible working is truly ingrained in the culture of the organisation, where results are rewarded and senior leadership role model a new way of working.

Natalie Wilkins and Deborah Croft from Thriving Talent, experts in inclusive and flexible workplaces, will share the theory and best practice to explore how an organisation can positively influence the adoption of agile and flexible working in the workplace. Erwin Ollivier, CEO of Athlon, will illustrate this, sharing how Athlon has developed an innovative workplace that reflects its inclusive culture.

Natalie Wilkins and Deborah Croft are co-founders and Managing Partners of Thriving Talent, a talent management consultancy in Switzerland which helps organisations prosper by enabling inclusive and respectful cultures, so that their employees thrive at work and at home.  In close collaboration with forward thinking employers and partners, they are on a mission to empower one million parents by 2020 and have a positive impact on the future of work!

Erwin Ollivier is the General Manager of Athlon, recently acquired by Daimler Financial Services. In 2016 Erwin was elected ‘Corporate Gender Equality Ambassador’ at the Jump forum for his track record in bringing gender equality to his organisation in a pragmatic way.

PARTICIPATION COST:

Price per person per session: 350€ VAT excl.

Lunch and coffee break are included. Session summary, presentation, videos and useful readings will be shared with participants after the session

Note: If you are unable to attend, you can exchange your seat with a colleague. If you register to the whole programme, you can exchange your seat with a colleague. Seats are not nominative.

Online registration ORDER FORM

session hosted by

Accenture

Boulevard de Waterloo 16, 1000 Bruxelles

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