• Inclusion Best Practice Showcase

    Join us for a packed event hearing organisations share insight and best practice around key areas of Workplace Inclusion. This event will also be an opportunity to celebrate the successes of our CMI qualified students and Accredited Inclusive Employer Standard organisations from the last 12 months.

  • The Power of Staff Networks

    How effective are your staff networks? Does your organisation have any? And have you considered just how beneficial they can be? What can you introduce if your organisation is too small for individual networks?

    This session is about looking at the overall importance of staff networks and how to best utilise networks, increase engagement, create benefit for internal and external stakeholders and how to critically analyse your approach to ensure you’re getting the most value out of your staff networks.

  • Understanding and Inclusion of Ex-pats and Migrant Employees

    Migrant and ex-pat colleagues contribute to a huge proportion of the UK workforce. Some of these individuals have come to experience life in the UK, some to bring their speciality skills, some out of necessity. Whatever the reason, our migrant and ex-pat colleagues enrich our organisations bringing diversity and differing perspectives. This comes with great benefits, so we must do all that we can to make sure our migrant and ex-pat colleagues feel welcome and comfortable in their workplace environment.

  • The Power of Inclusive Recruitment

    Over the last 10 years we have seen improvements to inclusive recruitment practice however we still hear examples of terrible experiences suffered by marginalised groups going through the recruitment process.
    In this webinar we will cover the recruitment lifecycle discussing where the potential pitfalls are which may exclude (intentionally and unintentionally) diverse candidates from becoming employees. We will cover what barriers are faced by diverse groups of people in the recruitment process and what changes organisations can make to recruitment practices to be inclusive.

  • An Approach to Anti-Racism: learnings from the sport sector

    Sport can be a catalyst for societal change, we are seeing more action from sports personalities, clubs, associations, spectators and fans as a response to experiences of racism in sport.

    Join us for a panel discussion with some of sports key National Governing Bodies to discuss the impact of key events over the last few years in sport that have led to growing momentum to make the sector more inclusive. This will be an opportunity to understand how those outside of sport can benefit from the rich learning and proactive response to tackling racial inequalities.

  • Bringing the National Inclusion Week Daily Actions to Life

    Every day of National Inclusion Week has a dedicated Daily Action that take inspiration from the theme: Time to Act: The Power of Now. This webinar will provide guidance on how to bring these Daily Actions to life, to maximise engagement with your inclusion celebrations and achievements.

  • Bringing the National Inclusion Week Daily Actions to Life

    Every day of National Inclusion Week has a dedicated Daily Action that take inspiration from the theme: Time to Act: The Power of Now. This webinar will provide guidance on how to bring these Daily Actions to life, to maximise engagement with your inclusion celebrations and achievements.

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    [SUPPORTER] An Approach to Anti-Racism: Learnings from the Sport Sector
  • NIW Toolkit: Planning for National Inclusion Week
    Our supporter toolkit is only available to Inclusive Employer members and those who have signed up to our full supporter package. If you are a member or supporter please log in here to access the toolkit.

     

    You can register for National Inclusion Week for free here, or if you need more support to plan for the week, the supporter package is just what you need.

    It includes:

    • Access to the full supporter toolkit, which contains everything you need to plan for National Inclusion Week, including:
      • A Supporter logo and graphics to demonstrate your commitment to National Inclusion Week
      • Daily Action resources to help you plan your activities for the week
      • Workshops templates, meeting starters and a quiz
      • Top tips on how to prepare
      • and more…
    • Access to an events programme worth over £600, including a ticket to:
      • All NIW planning webinars in the lead up to the week
      • Seven virtual events during National Inclusion Week
      • Recordings of events to view in your own time

    The supporter package costs £125+VAT and is available to buy now.

  • NIW Toolkit: Workshops, Top Tips and Other Resources
    Our supporter toolkit is only available to Inclusive Employer members and those who have signed up to our full supporter package. If you are a member or supporter please log in here to access the toolkit.

     

    You can register for National Inclusion Week for free here, or if you need more support to plan for the week, the supporter package is just what you need.

    It includes:

    • Access to the full supporter toolkit, which contains everything you need to plan for National Inclusion Week, including:
      • A Supporter logo and graphics to demonstrate your commitment to National Inclusion Week
      • Daily Action resources to help you plan your activities for the week
      • Workshops templates, meeting starters and a quiz
      • Top tips on how to prepare
      • and more…
    • Access to an events programme worth over £600, including a ticket to:
      • All NIW planning webinars in the lead up to the week
      • Seven virtual events during National Inclusion Week
      • Recordings of events to view in your own time

    The supporter package costs £125+VAT and is available to buy now.