Building an inclusive culture at LSEG Sri Lanka unit
Mar 20, 2018 10:29 AM GMT+0530 | 0 Comment(s)
The program launch was followed by a panel discussion comprising Bani Chandrasena, Head of HR LSEG Sri Lanka; Ramani Gunathilake, Freelance Consultant, Centre for Poverty Analysis; Mr. Fadhil Jiffry, CFO, LSEG Sri Lanka; Monica Relph, Senior Client & Programme Manager, Moving Ahead; Carmenn Niethammer, Programme Manager International Finance Corporation; Vidumini Ranasinghe, Head of Strategic Account Management, LSEG Technology; and Judy Goldberg, Lead Facilitator and Consultant, Moving Ahead.
ECONOMYNEXT – The Sri Lanka unit of the London Stock Exchange Group has launched a diversity and inclusion programme aimed at building an inclusive culture in the company
"We believe our focus on diversity will enable LSEG Sri Lanka to build a culture where all our employees are inspired to share their talents and ideas,” Bani Chandrasena, Head of Human Resuorces, LSEG SL said.
“At LSEG, we are strongly committed to diversity and inclusion, and this programme is a reiteration of our promise to honor inclusion of everyone’s race, religion, and gender into our organisation.”
Murali Subrahmanyam, Group Head of Business Services, LSEG urged employees to work without prejudice and with a sense of consciousness, according to a statement from the company which provides services to the group which operates and supports capital markets exchanges globally
The firm’s internal programme focusing on diversity and inclusiveness within the group was attended by employees from MillenniumIT Malabe and LSEG Colombo.
During the keynote presentation, Goldberg stressed on the power of mentoring to achieve diversity and inclusiveness within the workplace.
She explained diversity and inclusion helps organisations attract and retain talent, build strong and engaging corporate cultures, foster innovation, and results in better decision making.
"These are all proven facts done after surveys of many top, successful organisations around the world," she said.
(COLOMBO, March 20, 2018)