Racism & Cultural Discrimination
Webcast recorded 9 March 2022
In this WOBChat, Heather Price of Symmetra discusses the work she is doing bringing boards & executive to a deeper awareness and understand of the systemic and structural causes of racism and cultural discrimination.
Special Guest - Heather Price
Heather began her career in South Africa in 1990, establishing a consultancy specialising in diversity and inclusion and the dismantling of apartheid in the workplace which was nominated as one of the leading Human Resource consultancies in Southern Africa. She opened the doors of Symmetra in the Asia Pacific region in 2003 with its Head Office in Australia offering end to end solutions on D&I.
In recognition of her expertise she presents regularly at international conferences across the globe, sits on the Expert Panel which ratifies the Global Diversity and Inclusion Benchmark Tool, has numerous publications to her name, and has been invited to judge for best practice awards in D&I for Community Business across Asia and Women in Banking and Finance in Australia.
Heather’s international multidisciplinary team of experts has positioned Symmetra to provide a global consulting service to numerous blue- chip clients in both the private and public sector on embedding an inclusive workplace culture. Heather is engaged regularly to work locally and internationally with the C-suite on the Business imperative of Diversity & Inclusion, building Inclusive Leadership capability, Leading for purpose and performance, Psychological Safety , Counteracting Unconscious Bias and Racial Inclusion in the workplace. Utilising unique proprietary tools, process and content designed by Symmetra, Heather’s team of experts conduct diagnostics, advise on D&I best practice policy & strategy, and facilitate cutting edge and innovative blended learning solutions.
As a very dynamic presenter, Heather is best known for her powerful delivery of keynote sessions on Driving Performance and Innovation through Inclusion - designed to obtain executive engagement in the D&I agenda by changing the way leaders think about D&I from a social justice issue to a strategic business imperative. She has been called on to deliver these sessions in the US, UK, Europe, Asia, Australia, New Zealand and Africa with a focus on what inclusion looks like in the 21st century, how inclusion can be leveraged to build agile teams who can better respond to a rapidly changing marketplace and addressing the barriers that stand in the way of achieving this.