Learning Directly From Disabled People webinar, 6th December 2016
business disability international and the ILO Business and Disability Network held a one hour webinar, kindly hosted by EY, to mark the release of bdi’s inaugural publication, ‘Learning directly from disabled people’.
Co-Chaired by the author of ‘Learning Directly’, Kate Nash OBE, and our CEO Susan Scott Parker OBE, the webinar aimed to support listeners to learn directly from disabled customers and colleagues, in a way which benefits business, the global economy and the societies in which we operate.
Key objectives of the webinar:
- Enable listeners to articulate why it is important for the business to learn directly from disabled people – and how to make this happen, as a matter of routine
- Explore how cases studies from bdi’s founders Barclays, GSK and Infosys can be used to inspire and inform. What did they do? What did they learn?
- Support senior disability sponsors and function leaders to create frameworks which makes it possible for the organisation to act upon direct feedback from disabled customers, colleagues and potential colleagues.
To listen to the webinar please click below:
Kindly supported by EY
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