Unconscious bias remains a popular topic for training in many organisations. We all have biases ranging from conscious to unconscious, and shining a light on these biases and their impact on the workplace can be a positive first step for an organisation looking to be more inclusive. Join us in this webinar where we will take a look at the relevance of talking about bias in 2021, and what research tells us can help address biases both unconscious and implicit.
Over recent years Mental Health has had a spot light like never before but its important to keep that light shining bright, to keep learning and sharing. Join Inclusive Employers for this webinar looking at how we can keep mental health and wellbeing on our priority list in the workplace of 2022. We will look at the key principles in understanding mental health and resilience in your business post Covid and how to embed mental health awareness and understanding into your organisation.
Find out how your organisation can get the best out of National Inclusion Week 2022 by joining this FREE (if you're registered for NIW) webinar, where you will find out more about the week itself and how you can use it to inspire and celebrate inclusion in your organisation.
Black inclusion Week is an annual event which aims to celebrate and highlight the importance of Black inclusion and uplift Black voices. This year it is taking place from 9th to 15th of May 2022 with the theme ‘Together for a Better Tomorrow’.
Inclusive Employers are collaborating with the creators of Black Inclusion Week to bring you a panel discussion on the topic of Allyship. A speaker from the Black Inclusion Week team will join a couple of Inclusive Employers consultants and guest speakers to discuss allyship - what allyship means and what it looks like, as well as what does ‘together for a better tomorrow’ mean to you.
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.
April marked Stress Awareness Month. But we believe addressing Stress takes ongoing and continued support. This webinar will take a look at practical tools in understanding where Stress and Worry comes from and how to focus on managing it in the long term.
This webinar will look at the behaviours leaders can demonstrate everyday and the impact these can have on their colleagues and their organisations and give you some tools to help you reflect on your own leadership style. We will think about kind leadership and what that means in terms of managing and supporting colleagues and ultimately creating a high performing and inclusive environment.
Neurodiversity refers to the differences in the human brain. They way we see and interpret the world differs for everyone, however, if you have a neurological difference such as dyslexia, autism, or ADHD your difference could be an asset to an organisation.