Countless studies have demonstrated that diverse workforces are more productive and provide greater returns for shareholders. A recent McKinsey report showed that companies with the most ethnically diverse executive teams are 33% more profitable. Yet another study by Catalyst found that companies with a greater percentage of women in executive positions have a 34% higher return to shareholders. Reaping the rewards of greater diversity in the workforce by increasing the objectivity of your selection process sounds like a simple process, but there are many pitfalls and traps created by unconscious bias. 

Join this webinar to hear our guest speaker, Martyn Rogers, reveal the common failings in corporate selection systems and learn how to build a robust, multifaceted approach that drowns out our biases with solid, objective data. 

Register for the webinar even if the webinar time is not suitable for you. We will send you a link to the recording so you can listen to it at your convenience. An eBook based on the webinar will be made available to registered participants.

Speaker Bio

Martyn Rogers has been employed in senior leadership roles at a number of international companies since 1984, culminating in his appointment as National Sales & Marketing Manager for Bell South Australia in 1990.

The Rogers Group was formed in May 1991, upon securing the Australian distribution rights for The McQuaig System™ (which he had used continuously as a client since 1985).

The Rogers Group focuses on hiring strategy and management techniques as its principal lines of business. Having started virtually from nothing, the company's extensive client list now includes many blue-chip national organisations such as Kellogg's, Campbell Arnotts, A & G Insurance, CSR, Mantra Group, AP Eagers Group, Veolia, Glencore, Raine & Horne and many local government bodies.

Amongst Martyn’s many areas of expertise he specialises in behavioural issues in the workplace and understanding personalities. His subject areas range from recruitment and selection, through management of staff and teams, to senior leadership.

Martyn is a Fellow of the Institute of Sales & Marketing Management, an international organisation for senior sales managers, and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management, for whom he additionally acts as consultant and supplier of psychometric assessment and development services.