Gain’s McGee on bridging the talent gap with neurodiverse talent

Trade Voice: Francis McGee, executive chair of the Group for Autism, Insurance, Investment and Neurodiversity, or Gain, how becoming more neuroinclusive can help tackle one of the industry’s perennial challenges.

When senior leaders in the insurance world are asked “what are your top three business challenges for the rest of this decade?”, a typical answer is “climate change, inflation and shortages of talent”

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Lloyd’s DEI role model Sheila Cameron

Last year, Lloyd’s commissioned Franklyn Rodgers to create six portraits of diverse role models. We complete our series of spotlighting them all by speaking to Sheila Cameron, the CEO of the Lloyd’s Market Association

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