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8 Cultural evolution
Intelligent Insurer spoke to business leaders
about the current climate of change and what
re/insurers can do to accelerate it.
14 How far have we come, and how
far can we go?
The Dive In Festival has been a catalyst for
positive change, says Pauline Miller, the central
coordinator of the Dive In Festival.
16 Fairness: a minimum standard
The MGAA’s NextGen committee has placed diversity,
inclusion and mental health topics at the core of its
objectives, board member Catherine Bell reports.
18 A strong network
Lloyd’s Blueprint One highlights that talented
people will be attracted to the insurance market
because of a diverse environment that allows them
to thrive, says Maurice Rose, co-chair of Link.
19 Embrace D&I to attract best talent
Insurance offers women a fantastic career, and
there are plenty of ways to support others and
be supported, say Peta White and Julia Chu of
Markel Global Reinsurance.
20 Diversity at the top
Is there a business case for ensuring a greater
variety of individuals hold senior positions in
an organisation, and what is the best way of
achieving this? Intelligent Insurer reports.
22 Uncertainty offers opportunity for
Industry leader and Insurance Supper Club
founder Barbara Schönhofer explains why, after
40 years of the idea of equality, now is the time to
grasp the nettle of change.
Diversity and Inclusion Report 2019 www.intelligentinsurer.com