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Diversity and Inclusion - the Foxtons Story
As London’s leading estate agent, the team at the Foxtons Group reflects the diversity of our capital city. We’ll hear from Sarah Mason, Chief People Officer at the Foxtons Group about their commitment to creating a truly diverse team across all levels of the business and ensuring that opportunities for success at the Foxtons Group, and therefore in the wider property industry, are easily accessible to all. 

We will explore how a sustained effort from all levels of leadership to developing an integrated, employee-led diversity and inclusion programme has helped deliver improved service for customers and new personal and professional development opportunities for everyone at Foxtons.

Jun 17, 2021 12:00 PM in London

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Please note this webinar will be recorded and shared with registrants after the event as well as hosted on the Institute of Business Ethics website and our YouTube Channel.

Speakers

Sarah Mason
Chief People Officer @Foxtons
Sarah is the Chief People Officer at Foxtons, London’s leading Estate Agency. Her background covers a wide range of HR roles focused on improving the performance of organisations through good people practices. This includes roles in L&D, recruitment, organisational design, change management and HR leadership to ensure businesses have the people, structure and results they need. Sarah is a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD and is an active member of the HR community, including acting as a mentor in the CIPD’s programme for Aspiring HRDs. Alongside her HR background, Sarah has a focus on Business Psychology and takes an evidence-based approach in her work. She has a BSc in Psychology and an MSc in Organisational Psychology and has previously been a Board Member of the Association of Business Psychology.
Mark Chambers
Associate Director - Governance @Institute of Business Ethics
Mark brings 30 years of experience from a successful career in business to help grow the IBE’s interaction with boards, regulators and policy makers. For many years, Mark has had a successful career as a non-executive director. He is a member of the board of the Care Quality Commmission, the independent regulator of health and social care in England, and chairs their Regulatory Governance Committee. Previous roles included the Chair role at Amref Health Africa and Audit Committee Chair at WWF, where he also led the Committee that oversaw the development of the charity's exemplar new headquarters building. Mark was a finalist in the 2014 Sunday Times Non-Executive of the Year Awards.