The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across the world and, in times of adversity such as these, we want to share positive stories of resilience and offer some practical advice on how you can still achieve your goals and thrive.
Please join us for our 'Thriving in the age of COVID' webinar with Charlene Brown, Co-Founder of people intelligence company, Howlett Brown, who specialise in culture, inclusion, investigations, and people advisory services.
As a legal, D&I and workplace culture specialist, Charlene is ideally positioned to advise on the challenges presented by the pandemic and explore proven solutions for individuals and organisations. Charlene will be discussing the insights she has developed as leader of an organisation that has managed to thrive, despite the issues caused by the pandemic, and present her thoughts for the future.
About Charlene Brown
Charlene Brown is the co-founder of Howlett Brown, a people intelligence company specialising in culture, inclusion, investigations and people advisory services. Charlene has over a decade of legal and financial services experience, providing strategic employment law advice on a range of contentious and non-contentious employment matters including investigations, bullying, harassment and discrimination, whistleblowing, culture, diversity and inclusion, data breaches, breach of confidentiality, pay reporting and training. Charlene has extensive EMEA employee investigations experience which includes conducting and advising on complex, small and large investigations across a broad range of industries.
Her experience includes privacy law, cybersecurity law, and corporate governance. Charlene also counsels on best practice for corporate diversity initiatives, diversity networks, and startups. Charlene serves on the UK’s Employment Lawyers Association working party and has contributed to the McGregor-Smith Review and the Ethnicity Pay Gap consultation. Charlene also serves on the advisory board of TNON, an organisation focused on the development of network leaders and the strategic advancement of employee resource groups to better serve businesses and diverse communities. In 2016, Charlene was named the Black British Business Awards Financial Services Rising Star and in 2017 Charlene was named the Legal Diversity Rising Star. In 2017 she was also recognised as a Future Leader by EMpower and the Financial Times (ranked no. 2 out of 30).
Member: tickets are free, however, have the option of making a donation to WOW by choosing one of the Member 'donation' tickets.
Non-member: There is a nominal charge (a choice between a £10, £15 and £20 ticket price), with all money raised going to CWN’s charity partner, Wellbeing of Women (WOW).
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