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Gender and generations strategist Christie Hunter-Arscott supported the case for change, uncovering the gender myths that undermine the success of organisational talent and people strategies in a session hosted by XL Catlin

The Dive In Festival for Diversity and Inclusion in the insurance industry in Bermuda and around the world wraps up today.

The three-day festival, sponsored by XL Catlin and other companies in the industry, attracted a diverse group of attendees, including 800 people who registered for seven events on the island.

This represented 10 per cent of the festival’s global attendees. The aim of the festival is to enable the insurance industry to become fit for the future.

There were sessions on gender myths, unconscious bias and mindfulness, which explored some of the reasons that the insurance industry’s workforce is not sufficiently diverse and the ways in which that can be changed.

Pictured, from left, Kelly Ferris, David Simons, Lisa Robinson, Joe Rego, Kathleen Reardon, Premier Michael Dunkley, Senator Kim Wilson, Acting Governor Ginny Ferson, Diana Cassidy, Megan Kempe and Tawana Tannock
Tiffany Paynter engaged attendees in conversation at the Hamilton Re-hosted session on unconscious bias and how to overcome it
Pictured, from left, are EY-hosted mindfulness session attendees Joy LaHuta, Pete Cangany, Suzette Crichlow, Steve O’Reilly, Robin Woolridge, Mia Hunter, Andrew Davis, Jenny Estis