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.
The drag scene has exploded in popular media over the past few years and the drag art form has evolved during this time and continues to do so. But behind the sequins and wigs, what does drag mean and what can we learn from it?
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.
This session will explore the inclusion challenges and opportunities faced by global organisations. Employees can be separated by thousands of miles and spread across several time zones, which in itself is tricky, but to grow inclusion across cultural and legal differences presents particular challenges.
Mental health has been under the spotlight recently with many emphasising the importance of maintaining good mental health, including in and around work. People in the LGBTQ+ community however, face an additional barrier to looking after their mental health where it can be seen that issues affecting the community can have a compounding impact on one’s mental health.
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.
Often D&I work that focuses on autism and neurodiversity highlights the challenges autistic people face or teaches how to best support and ally autistic colleagues, however, to celebrate Autistic Pride day on the 18th of June, instead we want to celebrate autistic people and showcase and highlight autistic achievements.
This webinar aims to highlight some of the struggles people with learning disabilities face, especially in the workplace, and how you can support a colleague with a learning disability to ensure that they have a safe space to bring their whole selves to work and can feel comfortable expressing themselves.
The intersection of faith and the LGBTQ+ community can be a sensitive area. This panel discussion aims to open up conversation between both groups and highlight the challenges presented when individuals who identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community straddle between their LGBTQ+ identities and their faith.
Reverse mentoring can be a hugely helpful and beneficial tool when used correctly in organisations. This showcase will aim to highlight some of the best practice examples from our members to demonstrate how you can use reverse mentoring in your strategy to support your workplace objectives.
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.
It can be difficult to achieve team buy in and engagement with diversity and inclusion when teams are working in challenging frontline contexts, environments, varying shifts and short on time. This webinar aims to provide you with some tools and insight into reaching all colleagues across your organisation and implementing best practice to achieve this.