Voiceworks: Creative Minds in Song

Creative Minds in Song, a ground-breaking social project pioneered by Song in the City, explores the deep link between mental illness and creativity. Featuring songs written by people with lived experience of mental illness in collaboration with Guildhall School composers, pianists and singers.

Addressing your skills gaps through meaningful diversity

Join our refugee-led webinar with The Launchpad Collective to learn more about our refugee toolkit and hear more about the opportunity for employers to have their recruitment strategies and processes audited by refugee consultants.

Leadership Event: 5 Conversations to transform trust, engagement and performance


In this interactive virtual workshop brought to you by the City & Guilds Foundation, we are partnering with The Oxford Group to share an overview of the conversations and the neuroscience implications for leaders as well as creating space for you to experience a proven framework to establish and deepen trusting relationships.

Leadership Event: Not having the conversation is not helping


A highly practical workshop to prepare for the conversation you have been putting off! We believe conversations like this matter. We’ve all seen the consequences when unhelpful behaviour goes unchallenged or differences in opinion get swept under the carpet. Resentment grows, relationships deteriorate, and performance and creativity can suffer. This conversation is about having the […]

How to attract and retain neurodiverse talent


Join our virtual roundtable to be empowered with the knowledge and tools needed to create inclusive work environments that embrace the strengths of neurodivergent individuals.

IN-PERSON: Understanding your Social Impact Footprint

City & Guilds Head Office 5-6 Giltspur Street, London, United Kingdom

Join us for our kick off Autumn in-person event – a panel conversation around understanding your social impact footprint, hosted by Charlotte Turner.

2024 Neurodiversity Index Launch Webinar


We will be talking through our much-anticipated 2024 Neurodiversity Index Report, in partnership with Do-IT Solutions, with our guest speaker Professor Amanda Kirby!