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    A diversity podcast with Punter Southall Aspire CEO Steve Butler

    11 August 2021

    Punter Southall Aspire

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    Steve Butler features on the latest Diversity Project podcast

    On the latest Diversity Project 'Breaking one cycle and creating another' podcast episode, Steve Butler is interviewed by host Jessica Swindon.

    Jessica and Steve discuss his story, from growing up in the New Forest on the South Coast of England, starting his career at 18 as an office junior in a life assurance company with no university degree, to founding data and analytics firm CAMRADATA and so much more.

    Listen to the podcast

    You can listen to all of the podcasts in this series via the Diversity Project's website, or on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or anywhere else podcasts can be found.

    Steve also speaks in more detail about his most recent book – The Diversity Project: Accelerating progress towards an inclusive culture in the investment and savings industry. 

    Order the book 

    This book recounts the progress made to date, discusses the progress that still needs to be made and sets out practical ways to achieve it.

    The Diversity Project book is a practical guide for business leaders, managers and employees who want to:

    • Understand the different aspects of diversity and inclusion

    • Develop strategies to help build a more inclusive work culture

    • Support colleagues to navigate the challenges of the workplace

    • Structure HR process and policies to support all types of employees

    • Build a truly successful business harnessing the power of diverse thinking

    100% of the proceeds from the book will go to The Diversity Project Charity. 

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    Steve discusses his story and career so far, as well as his new book, 'The Diversity Project'

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