Zabeen Hirji explains why inclusion is becoming a competitive imperative in the future of work

To discover how clusters can attract the best talent and empower people to contribute their best, European Cluster Collaboration Platform (ECCP) sat down with Zabeen Hirji, Global Advisor, Future of Work at Deloitte, and former Chief Human Resources Officer at RBC. In addition to discussing how to mobilise talent and diversity in an inclusive way, Zabeen explained why it’s important for cluster practitioners to act on diversity and inclusion with intention.

Zabeen-HirjiECCP: At the TCI Network’s global conference in Toronto last October, you spoke about why diversity and inclusion matter. Can you recap that for us?

Zabeen: Diversity and inclusion are about getting the best talent and creating conditions in which everyone can contribute their best. I think of this as a win-win. When we enable people to unlock their potential, they thrive as individuals, as do the organisations they work for. Diverse teams are more creative and drive innovation, and they serve markets and customers better – and that improves the bottom line. It’s a pretty straightforward business case.

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2019InternationalWomen'sday

Zabeen Hirji will be part of the panel discussion at the Ismaili Centre, Toronto titled ”  Living the Social Conscience of Islam”

Date: Saturday, March 9, 2019

Time:  Registration Opens 1:30 pm  |  Program 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Cost: $15.00 per person

Location: The Ismaili Centre, Toronto – Social Hall.

Address: 49 Wynford Drive, Toronto, Ontario

Click here to purchase ticket for this event.

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