Ageism and Generational Diversity

Ageism affects everyone. Children as young as 4 years old become aware of their culture’s age stereotypes. Over time, these stereotypes inform and guide feelings and behaviours and influence society, workplaces and customers. This session will explore how ageism is experienced, the impact that is has on people and the workplace and how it intersects with other forms of discrimination.

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Sarah Simcoe

Sarah Simcoe is a globally experienced business leader passionate about responsible business, offering cultural transformation and equality, diversity and inclusion thought-leadership. Sarah spent 25 years in the private sector, culminating in a successful senior leadership career at Fujitsu. Leading and facilitating people development at all levels is one of Sarah’s greatest passions and strengths.

With experience of working across sectors, and as a qualified leadership coach and mentor, Sarah is known for engaging and enabling an organisation’s greatest asset -its people- in being part of the journey of change, creating an environment of trust, respect and inclusion. As a former disability network chair, coach for many other networks and committees, and experience carrying out access audits, Sarah taps into her own experiences and lessons learned to deliver truly engaging workshops on topics around disability and other EDI topics.

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