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We are excited and proud to offer a programme of learning, to support the celebration of what diversity and inclusion can bring to the workplace, and the value a diverse workforce can bring.
The focus is on how we Inclusively Lead our workforce by Improving knowledge, understanding, and developing skills.
From exploring what is equality, diversity, inclusion and belonging? Why it is important? What legislation sits around E, D & I?
To looking at intergenerational teams and intersectionality and how we can create physiological safety within our teams to enable a sense of belonging for all?
What it means to be an ‘ally’ at work – supporting all colleagues and friends. To increase our cultural awareness and understand difference, to create an Inclusive workplace.
For you to explore things we can do to Lead with an inclusive lens and much more.
Most importantly its an opportunity to come together, to connect and talk about what matters. A chance to learn and share our own lived experience, to learn from one another.
Andpartership – Rebecca Clarke ACIPD Senior Consultant. Rebecca has over 20 years’ experience working in the retail sector, and has held senior leadership roles in management, consulting and business partnering across large international teams. Rebecca focuses on implementing inclusive, dynamic and hybrid solutions to keep up to date in our ever-changing world. Her passion is enabling others to be at their best, in any situation, by empowering individuals, teams and organisations to have ownership and be better than they thought they could be. She has experience in L&D, HR, Talent Development, Coaching, Engagement, OD, Change Management, Learning Design, Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion. Has a passion for Mental Health and Wellbeing.
Who should attend?
Anyone within the NHS. Equality, diversity and inclusion is important to all of us to ensure we all have an understanding of the importance of equality and equity within our workforce.
If you need any special requirements with regards to accessibility, either during, or after the event, then please do not hesitate to contact us and we will do our best to assist.
We will send an email with details of joining instructions for the day to all participants, prior to the date.
In order to participate you may need a webcam and a headset.
Your computer will need to have the sound function on so you can hear and speak at the webinar.
You will need to be connected to the internet for the duration of the webinar.
This webinar may be recorded.
Please also note that there will be a short evaluation form for you to complete at the end of the session – it is so important to us to get your feedback on each intervention we produce. We want to ensure we continue to meet the needs and demands of the NHS.
Questions about this event?
Organiser : Wendy Walker