Global Diversity Week 2014: PwC Celebrates the Scale and Diversity of its Network
During the week, PwC people will engage with PwC's global leaders in discussions about diversity, business strategy, and how to work better together.
These will include conversations with: Chairman of PwC International Ltd., Dennis Nally; Global Diversity & Inclusion Leader, Agnes Hussherr; Global Strategy Leader, Blair Sheppard; Global Clients and Markets Leader, Robert Swaak and Asia Pacific Human Capital Leader, Nora Wu.
In addition, a series of learning tools will be launched to help PwC's 184,000 people better understand the barriers to diversity and PwC firms around the world will hold local events for their people, including keynote talks by renowned speakers on inclusion.
As part of its commitment to diversity, PwC regularly publishes research including Next generation diversity – Developing tomorrow's female leaders, which looks at six key themes integral to the successful attraction, retention and development of the female millennial.
On 24 April, PwC will continue the diversity discussion with a worldwide webcast with COO Facebook, Sheryl Sandberg. The webcast will focus on preparing young women for the working environment.
Chairman Dennis Nally says, "Global Diversity Week is a celebration of the scale and rich diversity of PwC's network. Every person at PwC is unique and different. That's what makes us strong and allows us work together to deliver the best quality service for our clients and stakeholders."
Global Diversity and Inclusion Leader of PwC, Agnes Hussherr, says, "PwC aspires to lead the way for embracing diversity. Global Diversity Week is a significant step on that journey."
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