25 September 2018
ISG joined with Association of Women in Property to sponsor a recent event in Bristol, designed to encourage women in construction to participate in industry panel discussion events.
The Association of Women in Property works to ensure that women in the construction industry – who are equally qualified as their male peers – maximise the opportunities to actively engage with influential media outlets and be seen and heard at key industry events.
A number of ISG people were in the 30 senior industry women to attend the session, which was organised to support more diverse and representative event line-ups in construction.
Zoe Price, group director of public sector frameworks for ISG, who attended the event, said: “Training sessions designed to upskill and increase confidence in public speaking, including panel discussions, are vitally important.”
“Our industry panels should reflect the diversity within the workforce, and we are proud to champion and support Women in Property with this training.”
Follow the link to read the full article, ‘Can we see the end of pale, male and stale panels?’, which can be found at businessleader.co.uk. Please note the article may only be available for registered users.