Power of Diversity & Inclusion
Date – Tuesday 5th November 2019
Venue – ARK Central, 84 Spencer Street, Birmingham, B18 6DS
Time – 9.30am – 12.30pm
We tend to assume that money is the biggest motivator for employees – that if you pay your employees more, then they will work more. Now we know that money is actually the hygienic factor. You have to pay them enough, but there are different things that motivate people for example, the need to feel valued and respected in the workplace. This signifies the importance of placing equality, diversity and inclusion at the core of organisational culture.
This workshop will provide a quick overview of the business case for Diversity but given that most companies have bought into the ‘why’, the primary focus of the workshop will be on the ‘how’. How do we move towards data-driven decision-making?? How do we create more inclusive teams that can flourish and reach their full potential? What are the enablers and blockers to promoting and embedding a diverse and inclusive culture? How do we apply rigour and make meaningful change happen?
You will learn:
This ‘Power of Diversity & Inclusion’ workshop will cover the following areas:
- Benefits of diversity and inclusion in the workplace
- Define what ‘good’ looks like in terms of successful outcomes and best practice
- Provide learnings to tackle the challenges of diversity and inclusion
- Discuss, share and explore views on a range of diversity and inclusion scenarios
Who is this for?
Anyone, responsible for driving diversity and inclusion in the workplace who would like to be better equipped to deal with the opportunities and challenges they are currently facing.
Trainer – Baljit Kaur, Consultant
Baljit is an equality, diversity and inclusion specialist who has significant experience of delivering equality audits, consultancy and training to a range of public and private sector clients from both an employment and customer service aspect. Her clients include Sony PlayStation, the FA, P&O Ferries, Siemens, UK Athletics, Orsted, RNIB, St James’s Place Wealth Management, Orbit Housing, The Office of Crime Commissioner and Morgan Hunt to mention a few. Drawing on a wealth of diversity experience, she has supported managers to focus on the practical aspects of diversity, inclusion and organisational change. Baljit covers a range of topics such as unconscious bias, inclusive leadership, inclusive recruitment, reasonable adjustments, cultural competence, equality data monitoring and others. Baljit is a member of a number of practitioner and professional groups enabling her to bring best practice insights.
Delegate spaces are £125 (excl VAT), an early bird rate of £99 (excl VAT) applies to bookings made before 4th September.
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