Delivering Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Scotland’s Public, Private and Third Sectors
Head of D&I, Talent and Performance Management, NatWest
During her career Jane has worked in a wide variety of HR roles in multiple organisations in multiple sectors.
Before joining RBS (now NatWest) in 2010, Jane has worked in B&Q, Rank, varies Division of Whitbread; including TGI Friday’s, Compass and Barclays.
Jane has recently been responsible for the strategy and plans for D&I, Wellbeing, and Colleague Experience and more recently her portfolio has changed to include Talent and Performance Management. Over the past 10 years Jane has worked in roles in NatWest Markets, Commercial Banking, Services and Functions and is therefore well connected and understands the varying needs of our colleagues, customers and communities.
Jane is an experienced leader, line manager, facilitator, mentor and coach with over 25 years of experience in learning and leadership development, talent management, resourcing and organisational effectiveness. Jane has a real passion for supporting people learn, grow and reaching their potential. Jane is CIPD qualified and has a Diploma in Executive Coaching.
Outside of work, Jane is on the Board of Trustees for Power 2, a leading youth development charity who believe there is no greater cost to society than unfulfilled potential. Jane has recently set up home back in Scotland with her family and new dog.
Director of HR, Morton Fraser
Martin is an executive HR leader with deep expertise in helping organisations to drive change and transformation through developing leaders and creating the culture needed for success.
He has worked in senior global HR roles in Oil and Gas, global research and consulting, financial services and hospitality where he has supported organisational growth plans.
Martin holds an MA in Human Resource Management and is a corporate member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
Martin supports Glasgow University as an external HR advisor to the HR committee, a formal sub-committee of the University Court and is a member of CBI Scotland Management Practices & Innovation Working Group. This role supports business to improve their own productivity - looking at what businesses can do themselves to increase productivity, through utilising good management practices, creating an innovation culture and digital adoption, whilst assessing the barriers to implementation and considering the role of ‘fair work practices’ as drivers of workplace productivity and inclusive growth.
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