Branch

Diversity in Procurement Teams + Branch AGM

Thursday, 20 January 2022 - WEBINAR

FREE

CIPS Members only
Diversity in Procurement Teams + Branch AGM

This free webinar is brought to you by the CIPS Central London branch and is for CIPS members only to attend. Your information will be passed to the organising branch members in order to run the webinar.

    Programme

    TimeTitleSpeaker
    17:30Webinar start
    17:35Speaker presentations
    18:05Panel discussion
    18:30Central London Branch AGM
    19:00End

    Audience

    Diversity in Procurement
    This event brings together procurement leaders and a top procurement recruitment firm to discuss how they have set up diverse procurement teams and the benefits this has delivered.

    Each speaker will present a short presentation on how they have built a diverse procurement team and achieved this in their roles and businesses. Following this the speakers will form a panel for questions from attendees on the webinar.

    If you have any questions for the panel ahead of the event, please email branchevents@cips.org.

    AGM
    CIPS Central London Branch AGM. We will review the branches performance for 2021, the aims and objectives for 2022 and have chance to elect new members to the committee.

    Speakers

    Rose Younger

    Procurement DirectorOnesource

    Rose Younger describes herself as a commercial manager with a public sector ethos. She has a commercial background and first hand commercial knowledge from running a couple of small companies. Rose started her working life as a teacher, so she is committed to developing and growing procurement talent.

    Rose current role is as Director of Procurement for oneSource, a shared service across the London boroughs of Newham and Havering. These are ethnically very different boroughs both in terms of the communities they represent and staffing. The disparity between the 2 Councils and the nature of the shared service brings with it significant challenges in the diversity agenda, which Rose has not yet resolved. It’s an ongoing journey.

    Peter Quinn

    Head of ProcurementBank of England

    Peter started his commercial career at Rolls Royce (Aero) in 1990 and since that time he has held a number of senior commercial roles within a diverse range of high spending (and typically regulated) private, public and third sector organisations. During his career Peter has had the opportunity to work across many direct, indirect and specialist spend categories where he has been able to influence spend, mitigate and assure 3rd party risk and provide the digital tools to improve the customer / user experience.

    More recently as the Head of Procurement at the Bank of England Peter has been leading on the Banks approach to ESG & Sustainable Procurement. Peter is passionate about bringing the Bank’s values to life in supplier specifications and working with the Bank’s existing suppliers to improve outcomes in relation to the environment, human rights, business ethics, diversity, inclusion and wellbeing. The Bank’s work on supply chain Sustainability, Diversity and Inclusion led to the Bank winning the IEMA International ‘Sustainability Impact Award for Sustainable Procurement’ in 2020.

    Scott Dance

    UK&I Procurement Engagement DirectorHays

    Scott Dance joined Hays in 2002 and is the Director of Hays Procurement & Supply Chain for the UK and Ireland. With over nineteen years’ experience, Scott leads the longstanding partnership with CIPS as a trusted exclusive recruitment knowledge partner and provides strategic leadership to Hays’ procurement and supply chain recruitment experts. Scott is also an affiliate member of CIPS and often conducts workshops both nationally and locally for CIPS on recruitment trends and solutions.

    Venue

    Thursday 20 Jan - WEBINAR

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