The BPI, the representative voice for independent and major record labels across the UK, today announces details of its latest training workshop in support of its commitment to increase Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) in the music industry – How To Speak Up At Work.
The online session will take place on Wednesday 27th July between 4pm – 6pm.
Confirmed panellists for the session include: Kate Reilly, Chief Membership and People Officer for PPL, Paul Hawkins, Head of Volunteering and Skills Development for Attitude is Everything and Vick Bain, former CEO of BASCA and Campaigner for Women in Music. The event is directed by DiVA founder and BPI Equity & Justice Advisory Group (EJAG) member Arit Eminue.
This event is open to all BPI and AIM members as well as to other music industry associates.
Free tickets can be booked here. Zoom details will be sent out to ticket holders 24 hours before the event.
How To Speak Up At Work
Speaking up at work when you witness insensitive behaviour, bullying or harassment can be challenging. Despite wanting to speak up, fear or the hope someone else will say something can often get the best of us. This fear can also be exacerbated if you are from a traditionally marginalised group or you worry about using the incorrect terminology. It does not have to be this way. This 2-hour workshop will equip you with tools and strategies to help speak up with confidence in support of others and yourself.
Speaking up requires a collective effort; therefore, the workshop is designed for employees at all levels, irrespective of seniority.
Title: BPI Training: “How To Speak Up At Work”
Date: Wednesday, 27th July 2022
Time: 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Location: Online (Zoom)