Chandran Fernando – Founder and Managing Partner for Matrix360
by kanationtalk onApril 24, 20231604 Views
When we think about diversity and inclusion, we often think of how to make our workplaces and society more accessible for everyone. But what if we looked at it from a different perspective?
What if we started by asking: what’s the best way to make workplaces and society that works for everyone?
Matrix360’s Managing Partner, Chandran Fernando, spoke with NationTalk’s Nick Ashawasega about what he believes is crucial in creating an inclusive workplace: a collaborative mindset and centering the power of humanity.
Listen as Chandran shares his insights on how business leaders can transform workplaces and society through centering the First Peoples of the Land – through listening and being guided.
We all have a part to play and benefit from taking on the journey to learn and build better together.
With curiosity and an openness to lead, we can accelerate our progress and make spaces and systems that work for all people in Canada.
Chandran Fernando is the Founder and Managing Partner for Matrix360 and has built an advisory platform for talent management and workplace strategy in the Canadian real estate and development industry over two decades. In 2021, he was invited to join and selected to participate in Forbes Leadership Council. As a strong advocate and champion for gender equity and inclusion, his company was an Advisory Partner for the UN GCNC Gender Equality Leadership that focused on creating a gender-based benchmark and measuring tool for Canadian corporate entities. In 2018, he was instrumental in leading the formation of the CREED Council, an organisation focused on diversity and equity in the real estate industry. In addition to sitting on the boards of several non-profit organisations that are focused on advancing diverse and underrepresented communities, Fernando is an advisor for many organisations that focus on transforming communities, workplaces and society.
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