• Positive Action in Recruitment

    Positive Action is a great opportunity to make your organisation more diverse, more inclusive, more fair and more representative of the service users or customers of your organisation. Engaging in positive action activities means you are making space for others who face marginalisation and significant barriers. Positive Action does not only occur in recruitment, but in this webinar, we will address how to put positive action into practice when seeking new employees.

  • Digital Inclusion

    Digital inclusion is important for getting the best from your team, especially in a world where working from home has become the norm for many, much more support is needed for staff to be able to work safely, comfortably and confidently. Making sure that colleagues have access to tools and training to work to their best ability should be a priority for all organisations.

  • Global Staff Networks

    Staff networks operating in global and multinational organisations have a fantastic opportunity to make an impact not only in their local markets, but also in colleagues from across the globe. There are also challenges to be considered: how do you engage and inspire people in countries with extremely different cultures, sensitivities, understandings of inclusion, not to mention legislation?

  • Inclusive Recruitment

    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.  

  • Leading From the Front with Empathy and Vulnerability

    Leaders often think that they have to be strong, fearless, always right and never fail. This may sound like the traditional idea of leadership, however, in order to foster a healthy workplace culture and a safe space for team members, leaders need to demonstrate empathy and vulnerability instead. This shows their team a healthy example of how to learn from failure and mistakes, how to face fear and persevere and how to listen and give space to others.  

  • Emotional Intelligence

    Emotional intelligence in the workplace can be a very useful skill. It is the ability to identify and regulate one’s own emotions and understand and empathise with others emotions in such a way that communication and resolutions can be healthy and productive. This means that teams can be more cohesive, more productive and more trusting with one another. Some emotional intelligence can be innate, but some of the skills and understanding required for high emotional intelligence can be learned and strengthened.

  • Complimentary D&I training for HR & People Professionals in Glasgow

    Our Scottish team will be hosting training days for HR and People professionals in locations across Scotland, starting in Glasgow. The training is an extract from our Chartered Management Institute Level 6 qualification in Diversity & Inclusion.

  • Inclusive Recruitment

    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.