Practical advice on how you can create opportunities for others no matter your position in the workplace.
Can you identify a pivotal career moment where someone influenced your journey – an introduction, a piece of recognition, a project or even a rejection? When we take time to reflect on these moments, the people that have made the biggest difference often don’t realise the impact they’ve had.
Tune in to hear from PwC employees about the effect someone has made on their careers, how it influences the way they navigate their career today and how they support others. You’ll come away with practical advice on how you can create opportunities for others – whether you’re a manager, mentor, sponsor, or peer, we can all play a role in pulling people up the success ladder with us.
3 Key takeaways:
- How to be intentional about creating pivotal moments for others
- Practical ways to pull people up the ladder behind you – for example helping someone expand their network, making an introduction or being an advocate.
- How to identify and build a relationship with a sponsor
Host: Brian Bob-Jones – Snr Manager, Business Solutions, PwC
Brian is a Business Architect within the Commercial Technology Team (CTT), working to help drive significant commercial value to the firm whilst ensuring that the technology road map of PwC UK is aligned with the overall vision and strategy of PwC’s networked firms.
Brian champions diversity & inclusion and represents the PwC Black Network on the PwC Staff Diversity Council. Brian is also a ColourBrave advocate within CTT and works closely with the Inclusion Community & Wellbeing team to share, promote and deliver on the PwC UK’s inclusion strategy and race curriculum training.
Dara Douglas – Director, Consulting, PwC
Dara is responsible for leading new digital ways of working at PwC and helps PwC and our clients to adopt digital approaches such as agile, design thinking and growth mindset. Dara is also a champion for Diversity and launched the Diversity Mentoring scheme, Multicultural Business Network, Colourbrave campaign and Black in Tech network
Henry is an Audit Manager based in the Milton Keynes office and has been with PwC-UK for 6 years. He started out as a graduate audit trainee at KPMG East Africa, Kampala office upon completion of his Accounting degree at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda and is a Fellow of the ACCA and member of the Institute of Public Accountants of Uganda (ICPAU).
Currently supports the Executive Board member and Head of Technology & Investments in his portfolio of work, whilst also driving talent projects on his behalf, incl. the Black Tech Talent agenda and the Tech Attraction and Recruitment events strategy for the firm.
Shawn is a Senior Manager of PwC’s Operational Restructuring practice and is an expert in supply chain, inventory management, warehouse operations, and logistics management with over 12 years of industry experience, most recently from Amazon.
At PwC, he supports our clients with Cost-Based Transformation linked to enterprise-wide performance improvement programs targeted at moderately underperforming organisations or where clients are responding to disruptive forces on their business models and delivering increased shareholder value.