Annette Andrews, Lloyd's of London

Annette Andrews, Lloyd's of London

I have lived and worked all over the world.  I only came to live in the UK in my early teens – going to a boys boarding school near Cambridge.  I was one first girls to go into the school.  I was different as I had moved from Jamaica – I had a Jamaican accent, never worn a school uniform let alone shoes and I had been home schooled before I arrived in the UK.

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Pauline Miller, Lloyd's of London

Pauline Miller, Lloyd's of London

We need to continue to develop role models at all levels, especially those with people management responsibility. It’s not enough to wear a lanyard, consider how you are actually demonstrating support for all LGBT+ colleagues.

We also need to hold people to account for their behaviours and actions – at work we are inclined to focus on the things that we will be rated against. If we want to see change we need to ensure the framework is in place to have a dialogue when it’s not happening.

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