WHY MEN WIN AT WORK…. and how we can make inequality history.
About this Event
Gill looks beyond the facts and figures on gender bias and uncovers the invisible discrimination that continues to sabotage women in the workplace and limits their shared success.
In conversation with WACL’s Claire Sadler, addressing both men and women, she sets out the psychology of gender diversity from the perspective of her personal experience and shares her powerful insights & workable advice on how to tackle the gender inequality issue.
Her story and vision will inspire you to join the force to make inequality history.
What Gill has experienced, witnessed and learnt about gender equality as a woman in senior management will resonate with people, whatever their gender, wherever they are working. She now works to drive gender equality and diversity as a key lever to build stronger businesses and stronger societies.
Gill spent 26 years with Procter & Gamble (P&G), where she quickly progressed through the ranks, earning a reputation as a world-class Brand Architect and Business Renovator. Gill thrived in the highly competitive business environment and her success in business saw her move swiftly up the career ladder to Marketing Director, General Manager and finally Senior Vice President, running leading global brands such as Olay, Always and Pantene.
Gill was born near Liverpool and is the youngest of 3 sisters. After attending the local comprehensive school, a love of language and steely determination took Gill to study Modern & Medieval Languages at Selwyn College, Cambridge University. Upon graduating and with a baby son in tow, she joined P&G.
Claire Sadler is Executive Director, Marketing & Fundraising, The British Heart Foundation.
Claire’s career spans agency and client-side roles, with part of her early career as an Account Director for Proximity, one of the top direct marketing agencies in the UK. She then spent 13 years at BT in various marketing and customer-related roles, rising to become Group Brand Director. After which she spent three years as Marketing Director at Direct Line.
She’s currently Executive Director of Marketing, Fundraising and Engagement at the British Heart Foundation, having recently joined the charity in January to enable one of the UK’s biggest charities and largest independent funder of cardiovascular research – to beat heartbreak forever.
She’s an award-winning senior executive and diversity champion, having successfully championed female talent development and instigated the first marketing apprenticeship within Direct Line to improve social and ethnic diversity coming into the marketing profession.
Claire is also a member of WACL and former Chair of Gather Week 2020 – WACL’s annual training event (now WACL’s Talent Festival).
Date And Time
Tue, 20 April 2021
12:00 – 13:00 BST