Building Workplaces where People want to Work (Online)

Building Workplaces where People want to Work 

Event Details

Date: 18th October

Time: 13:00pm - 14:00pm

CPD: 1 hour LCI, FCI (Compliance), FCI (Ethics), CECA, CFRCP, Professional Banker, Chartered Banker, Certified Bank Director, Certified Investment Fund Director, Accredited Funds Professional 

Fee: Free for members, €25 for non members

Online: GoTo Webinar 



This CPD accredited workshop provides members with an understanding of Culture, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) and the global shifts driving change and the demands for organisations to respond to external reporting demands.


The material is presented through research and relevant case studies. It covers an overview of DEI, the key concepts; the external drivers of change and how Culture and DEI are linked to mandatory reporting; how leaders can create a culture of inclusion and belonging; and how to take action.



A clear understanding of the importance of DEI and relevant DEI concepts 

Knowledge of organisational Culture and how important it is to organisations  

An understanding on the rise of external demands for reporting and data

Clear knowledge of what leading inclusively means and how to model inclusive behaviours


Della Hunter, Vice Chair of the Compliance Institute D&I Committee and Data Protection Officer in Teagasc

Della is currently the Data Protection Officer in the semi-state body Teagasc, having completed the MSc in Compliance in 2019 with the Institute of Banking. She is a Fellow of the Compliance Institute and a Certified Data Protection Officer. She has previously held roles in Internal Audit and Risk Management and in Corporate Services in Teagasc. She has a Masters in Public Management from the Institute of Public Administration and in her primary degree, she pursued studies in Law, Sociology and Politics.

She has been passionate about equality since her undergraduate studies and co-leads the Teagasc Diversity and Inclusion Working Group where she led the team in drafting the first Diversity and Inclusion Strategy which was launched in 2020. She is also a member of the Professional Women’s Network (PWN) Dublin branch which is focused on achieving gender balanced leadership through the professional development of its members and in promoting engagement in networking opportunities.

Della has had an article published in the DBS Business Review which is an open access, annual academic journal published by Dublin Business School. In her article, “An Investigation into the Relationship Between Diversity and Compliance in Irish Organisations”, Della’s work sought to discover the extent to which regulatory changes relating to diversity, were being reflected in compliance programmes. To read the article in full, please access the following link

Della is originally from County Mayo in the West of Ireland where she still regularly spends time. She lives in Tipperary with her husband and two sons.


Sandra Healy is CEO and founder of inclusio, the scientific Diversity and Culture software platform. 

Sandra's career spanned 20 years in the global telecoms industry and five years at Dublin City University, where she established the DCU Centre of Excellence for Diversity and Inclusion and in 2020, spun-out inclusio. Sandra is an Organisational Psychologist and NLP Master Practitioner. Over the past 18 years she has championed and driven diversity and inclusion practice across industry and is considered a leading expert. 

In 2014, she was involved in establishing the EU Diversity Charter Ireland. In 2020 Sandra was a member of the Expert Advisory Group for Ireland’s Citizens Assembly on Gender Equality and is on the Leadership Advisory Council for An Garda Síochána. 


The Compliance Institute's CPD Programme is designed specially to support the compliance professional in developing the skills and competences required to perform their role and is also a requirement to maintain your Compliance Institute designation. For more information on Compliance Institute designations, click here.

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18/10/2023 13:00 - 14:00
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