E2 Inspired - Friend of E2W Lin Yue - What did you hear me say?
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Come and join other members of the E2W community for a virtual chat, meet old and new friends and maintain a strong network. We are welcoming members and non-members to join.
For this week’s E2 Inspired series we welcome our special guest Lin Yue.
Lin Yue is an Executive Director at Goldman Sachs Asset Management in London. She is responsible for growing and managing key relationships across UK institutional investors.
A graduate of Experimental Psychology from Oxford University, Lin is also passionate about applying psychology at workplace and beyond and making life skills accessible to all.
What if you could bring yourself into the organisation, even the parts of yourself that don’t seem to belong on surface level?
Lin, a senior executive from Goldman Sachs Asset Management, draws on her personal experiences and latest research on diversity science and leadership, articulates why she believes “diversity is having a seat at the table, inclusion is having a voice, and belonging is having that voice heard”.
Through her work, she discovered one of the biggest questions professionals ask on the topic – after the diversity training, is how can individuals make changes on a day to day basis? Lin believes diversity is not just a topic to be studied, but a reality to be lived. It’s not about being politically correct, but performance and innovation.
Lin’s talk will explore in detail, specifically how individuals and organisations can be empowered to drive changes. During this thought provoking and interactive session, you will learn:
- The framework of building and leading diverse teams
- Surprising facts about unconscious bias and why we can’t stop there
- What’s the most important factor to predict team success, and a heathy emotional environment at work
- How to decode communication styles and beliefs in difficult situations, and cultivate a more inclusive leadership and a work environment
- Authenticity - how to be successful at work without having to change who you are
Follow the link below on Wednesday 17th February at 12pm to join us.
https://zoom.us/j/694319869?pwd=Wmc4YlJPeEhsbUtGNHhRMnN4VnZvUT09 Meeting ID: 694 319 869 Password: 013524
Please follow the link above from your PC, mobile or computer to join. Please contact Katie, if you would like to discuss in more detail.Back to events