Celebrate your National Inclusion Week with our impactful, interactive sessions designed and delivered by our expert inclusion consultancy team.

These training sessions available are: 

1. Impact Matters: Being an inclusive colleague
2. Impact Matters: Discover how intersectionality will transform your approach to inclusion
3. Impact Matters: Mitigate unconscious bias to create conscious inclusion
4. Impact Matters: Courageous conversations and creating psychological safety in the workplace
5. Impact Matters: Striving for sustainable change in challenging times
6. Impact Matters: Collecting, managing, and evaluating diversity data

This new suite of of training has been carefully curated to link to the theme for 2024, Impact Matters, and is designed to create interest, encourage discussion and move forward inclusion conversations with deeper inclusion understanding and knowledge paired with new tools to navigate challenges in the workplace (and beyond) as well as give your colleagues the foundations for building better workplaces for everyone, in a way that can be seen and felt.

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Delivery formats

Our in-house training can be delivered in two different formats, a 1-hour webinar or a 2-2.5 hour workshop:

  • 1-hour webinar: these are informative sessions with audience participation through chat function or polls. These can be particularly useful for if you have a large audience to cater for (up to 300 people)
  • 2-2.5 hour workshop: best suited for a smaller cohort (on average, 10-20 people), with opportunities to explore the topic in more depth through breakout groups, case studies and other activities.

 

About the sessions:

These popular training webinars can be booked now, and can be delivered during National Inclusion Week, or staggered the week before and after to maximise engagement.

  • Designed and delivered by an inclusion and diversity expert
  • Sessions are delivered on Zoom, Teams or platform of your choice
  • Sessions utilise Zoom polls, chat box, Slido and Mentimeter for engaging your colleagues in the topic
  • All topics are available in webinar or workshop delivery format

Session Topics:

1. Impact Matters: Being an inclusive colleague

For real impact to take place we need to equip all colleagues to be inclusive every day. Empowering everyone to act inclusively, build belonging and be curious will create an environment where everyone can thrive. This session will equip attendees with the practical tools to be inclusive in their role, take steps towards allyship and make a real impact on organisational culture.

Session overview:

  • How individuals can make a difference
  • The element of belonging
  • Culture awareness and sensitivity
  • Everyday inclusive behaviours
  • Practical actions to take away

Who is this session for:
All staff in your organisation

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2. Impact Matters: Discover how intersectionality will transform your approach to inclusion

Intersectionality is a much-used term in the world of Inclusion & Diversity, but do you know what it truly means? Intersectionality explores the interconnected nature of social categorisations—such as race, class, and gender—and how these overlapping identities contribute to shaping opportunities and challenges someone has in life. We know that individuals are complex and have multiple parts to their identities, but how does this impact everyday interactions, inclusion efforts and, more importantly, what does it have to do with you?

We will explore this and more in this highly interactive and informative session which will give you new tools to approach this conversation in a more nuanced and complex way.

Session overview: 

  • Understand the foundational concept of intersectionality and what it means in practice
  • Different intersectional experiences of different groups and how they help shape a person’s experience
  • The impact in the workplace and consequences of not taking an intersectional lens to inclusion
  • Practical actions to ensure you approach inclusion conversations in a more nuanced and informed way

Who is this session for: 
All staff in your organisation

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3. Impact Matters: Mitigate unconscious bias to create conscious inclusion

Probably no topic in the Western inclusion landscape has been more popular in conversations than unconscious bias.

Often known as implicit bias, it refers to the thoughts and associations we have that are not always under our conscious control or awareness. While biases are part of human nature, negating its potentially negative impact can be extremely damaging to workplaces and individuals. They can have an impact on every single element of the employee experience: from recruitment, promotion, and development processes, as well as leadership processes.

But how can you challenge biases to help you make more inclusive decisions? Join us as we explore tools and techniques to help you create conscious inclusion.

Session overview:

  • Understanding what biases are and how they are formed
  • The impact of bias in our everyday working environments, including language and behaviours
  • Recognising how unconscious bias can affect performance, outcomes, processes, and fair decision making
  • Practical strategies and actions to manage or mitigate the impact of bias

Who is this session for:
All staff in your organisation

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4. Impact Matters: Courageous conversations and creating psychological safety in the workplace

A great follow up to webinar 1, or equally impactful as standalone session.

Courageous Conversations are a key part of driving inclusivity – and yet they are notoriously uncomfortable and often avoided.  People often feel ill equipped to engage in the productive dialogue needed to achieve impact.

Psychological safety has been gathering much interest in organisations committed to harnessing the power of diversity and creating inclusive environments – and yet we are only scratching the surface of the true power that psychological safety can bring.

Join us to discover the profound impact of psychological safety as a powerful tool for colleagues, managers and leaders alike to go beyond comfort, break habitual patterns and lean into the power of courageous conversations in support of meaningful progress within your organisation

Session overview: 

  • Courageous conversations – discover the power of ‘fearless’ discussions, why they are vital for workplace inclusion and explore what gets in the way of productive dialogue
  • Grasp the concept of psychological safety, explore the 4 different levels of psychological safety and its critical role in fostering courageous conversations
  • Explore key skills and strategies to build and maintain  ‘challenger safety’  including how to challenge non-inclusive behaviour effectively and foster an environment where diverse views can be explored productively
  • Putting learning into practice – Transform insights into action with self reflection, practical strategies and top tips from Inclusive Employers – walk away feeling confident to take the next step for you to play your part in creating an inclusive environment

This session will enable you to reflect on your own perspective, empathise with others, and develop skills that impact organisational practice.

Who is this session for:

  • Everyone in your organisation
  • Staff networks and staff voice groups
  • Line managers and those with management responsibilities

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5. Impact Matters: Striving for sustainable change in challenging times

In 2024 many organisations are facing similar challenges in sustaining and improving engagement in inclusion and diversity activity. Whether it’s lack of engagement, burnout, or even active opposition to I&D efforts, it’s easy to feel fatigued or hopeless. It’s important to go back to basics and understand the level of emotional energy it takes to push for change, in a world which is often pushing back. This session will get you thinking about how to advocate for yourself and others in challenging times.

Session overview:

  • Understand the current context and where resistance to inclusion comes from
  • How to use the five elements of emotional intelligence to support yourself and others around you; empathy, social skills, self-awareness, self-regulation, and motivation
  • Explore how to support inclusion efforts in your organisation to ensure the work isn’t left solely to those with lived experience, who feel its impact the most

Who is this session for:

  • Everyone in your organisation, in particular:
  • Staff networks and staff voice groups
  • Anyone with a strategic element of their role related to inclusion

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6. Impact Matters: Collecting, managing, and evaluating diversity data

Measuring the impact and reach of inclusion on your people can often be an area of inclusion work many organisations struggle with. Many experience the worries about how to collect and store diversity data in an inclusive way, explaining the relevance of data to the wider organisation or understanding how to measure and report inclusion work that is often quite intangible. This session will explore more about how to collect and use diversity data to measure and understand the impact and return on investment of inclusion. Along with how to use the learning from this to further grow and develop along your inclusion journey.

Session overview:

  • The different approaches to data collection for inclusion impact
  • How to use data to identify and understand gaps and challenges
  • How to use data to build trust and engagement with inclusion activities
  • How to measure the return on investment of inclusion activities

Who is this session for:

  • Inclusion and HR professionals
  • Inclusion strategy or working groups
  • Staff network leads
  • Anyone with a strategic element of their role related to inclusion

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National Inclusion Week training prices and package options

 

Below are prices for our National Inclusion Week in-house training packages for the curated content above.

Sessions delivered in virtual webinar format Members price excl
VAT
Non-members price excl.
VAT
Individual webinar
(1-hour)
£828 £920
Package of 2 webinars (1-hour each) £1,656
(£828 each)
£1,840
(£920 each)
Package of 3 webinars (1-hour each) £2,295
(£765 each)
£2,550
(£850 each)
Package of 4 webinars (1-hour each) £3,060
(£765 each)
£3,400
(£850 each)

 

Sessions delivered in virtual workshop format Members price excl
VAT
Non-members price excl.
VAT
Individual workshop
(2-2.5 hours)
£990 £1,100
Package of 2 workshops (2-2.5 hours each) £1,890
(£945 each)
£2,100
(£1050 each)
Package of 3 workshops (2-2.5 hours each) £2,700
(£900 each)
£3,000
(£1,000 each)
Package of 4 workshops (2-2.5 hours each) £3,420
(£855 each)
£3,800
(£950 each)