StandUP, StandOUT: Face The Future

Beyond celebrating Black excellence during Black History Month, Career Masterclass organised a virtual event to discuss how Blacks and other ethnic minority professionals can continue to thrive in their workplaces. How can they StandUP for themselves, achieve more confidence and become trailblazers? How can they maximise their potential and StandOUT?

1 Module
Masterclass instructor Bukola Adisa

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Masterclass Description

In a rapidly changing world, where technology and other global occurrences are disrupting industries and creating new challenges at an unprecedented pace, it has become even more important to be resilient, to StandUP, StandOUT and embrace strategies that allow one to thrive in a fast-evolving future. While there is no doubt that Black and other ethnic minority professionals are breaking boundaries in the workplace, excelling in different sectors and achieving higher levels of career success, there are still gaps in leadership across different sectors. Beyond celebrating Black excellence during Black History Month, Career Masterclass organised a virtual event to discuss how Blacks and other ethnic minority professionals can continue to thrive in their workplaces. How can they StandUP for themselves, achieve more confidence and become trailblazers? How can they maximise their potential and StandOUT?

What you’ll learn in this Masterclass

  • How to achieve more confidence and become a trailblazer

  • How to maximise your potential and StandOUT

Instructor

Bukola Adisa
Founder | Career Masterclass
Bukola is an award-winning senior Governance, Risk and Controls expert who has held leadership roles in global organisations such as Barclays, HSBC, RBS, JP Morgan and Deloitte.
Ernest Ofei
Director, Financial Services/Assurance, EY
Ernest Ofei is a Director in the Financial Services Extended Assurance practice at EY. He has previously worked at organisations including KPMG, Goldman Sachs, Siemens and Deloitte. He commenced his career in Canberra Australia and has spent a significant amount of time working across the globe in countries such as the US, Germany, Chile, and Singapore. Ernest is a strong advocate of the personal and professional opportunities that international experience can provide.
Yinka Fadina
Head of Audit
Yinka Fadina is Head of Audit at Natwest and is responsible for helping deliver Natwest’s strategic objectives by providing insight assurance. She is also responsible for co-leading the Natwest Group – Racial Equality Taskforce, who identify and aim to remove key barriers facing Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic colleagues, customers and communities. In addition to her many accomplishments, she loves spending time with her family and mentoring and sponsoring junior colleagues in and outside the organisation!

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Beyond celebrating Black excellence during Black History Month, Career Masterclass organised a virtual event to discuss how Blacks and other ethnic minority professionals can continue to thrive in their workplaces. How can they StandUP for themselves, achieve more confidence and become trailblazers? How can they maximise their potential and StandOUT?

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