On Aon

4: On Aon’s Inclusion and Diversity Efforts with Jennifer Bell and Eduardo Dávila

Episode Summary

For Aon to do its best work on behalf of clients, colleagues must be able to work, express, be and live in a way that is true to themselves. With that in mind, in 2020 Aon formed the Global Inclusive Leadership Council (GILC). One year after the establishment of the Council, GILC Co-Chairs Jennifer Bell and Eduardo Dávila join the latest episode of the “On Aon” podcast for a conversation about the present state and future plans for inclusion and diversity (I&D) at Aon. Andrea O'Leary, Senior Director, Culture and Change at Aon and herself a member of GILC, hosts.

Episode Notes

For Aon to do its best work on behalf of clients, colleagues must be able to work, express, be and live in a way that is true to themselves. With that in mind, in 2020 Aon formed the Global Inclusive Leadership Council (GILC). One year after the establishment of the Council, GILC Co-Chairs Jennifer Bell and Eduardo Dávila join the latest episode of the “On Aon” podcast for a conversation about the present state and future plans for inclusion and diversity (I&D) at Aon. Andrea O'Leary, Senior Director, Culture and Change at Aon and herself a member of GILC, hosts.

Additional Resources:

Aon’s website

Inclusion and Diversity at Aon

More information on the Global Inclusive Leadership Council

HR Director media coverage: “Role models are essential to change perceptions” 

Tweetables:

“When you think about what we’re trying to accomplish as a firm, it really revolves around action and impact.” — Jennifer Bell

“We are working together to make Aon an even more inclusive and diverse place of work.” — Eduardo Dávila

“Inclusion and diversity are at the heart of our mission and what we’re trying to accomplish.” — Eduardo Dávila

“We’re connecting to the GILC globally to continue to collaborate, partner and accelerate where we want to be as a firm.” — Jennifer Bell

“Make intentional connections by getting involved in at least one BRG today.” — Eduardo Dávila