Throughout these five episodes you will hear discussions from a group of diverse leaders and thinkers on how the equality progress gap can be closed. Michelle Cullen, Managing Director and Head of Inclusion and Diversity at Accenture in Ireland will discuss Ireland's equality journey and how far we still have to go. These episodes were recorded live on stage at Accenture Ireland’s IWD event 2020.
People Like Us
For our final episode, we are joined by Kathy Sheridan; host of the Irish Times Women's Podcast, who speaks to Sasha Terfous; Artist, Martin Shanahan; IDA Ireland, Lynn Ruane; Seanad Éireann and Izzy Keane; Izzy Wheels. They explore the power of their personal path to equality and how speaking out and sharing challenging life experiences cab have a positive impact.
A Life in Diplomacy: The Equality Challenge
In the penultimate episode of our Getting to Equal podcast series, we are joined by Anne Anderson, Ireland's former ambassador to the United States. Anne, the first woman to hold that position, discusses her perspective and experience of Ireland's equality journey and how far Ireland still has to go to close the gap.
In the third episode of the Getting to Equal podcast series you will hear from Georgie Crawford; the found of the Good Glow podcast. Georgie is joined by Barbara Harvey, Accenture Research and Damien Clarke founder of Zeminar to discuss how Ireland is fostering a culture of equality and, now more than ever, it is important to focus on our health and in particular our mental wellbeing.
In this episode we are joined by five business leaders who discuss how they are championing inclusive leadership across their workplaces. Susan Daly, Managing Editor of Journal Media speaks to Brian MacCraith; DCU, Margot Slattery; Sodexo, Danuta Gray; St Modwen plc, NED Direct Line Insurance and Sean Crowe; Bank of Ireland on how to go beyond diversity targets and model inclusive behaviour.
What is a Culture Maker?
Michelle Cullen, Head of Inclusion and Diversity, Accenture in Ireland, explains what it takes to be a culture maker in society today and that in a time of widespread disruption and change we need to innovate now more than ever. You will also hear from Sasha Terfous who performs a spoken word piece called Ghosts, which is about Ireland's equality journey.