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.
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.
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.
The Inclusive Employers Standard (IES) is an accreditation tool that measures how inclusive your entire organisation is for all employees. In this webinar we will introduce you to the IES, what it measures – the six pillars of inclusion and how it works. We will also talk about why it is important to measure and why your organisation should take part.
Not every disability is visible, and in reality, up to 70% of all disabilities can be ‘not visible’ or ‘hidden’. Around 14 million people in the UK live with some form of disability, so the likelihood is that you know at least one person living with a hidden disability, whether you are aware or not. This webinar aims to address this issue and how to approach it from an inclusion perspective in the workplace.
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?
South Asian History month is celebrated between 18th July and 17th of Aug. This webinar will aim to celebrate the history of South Asian communities here in the UK, their contributions to our society and lives and the impact that South Asian culture has had here in the UK.
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.
Racial identities can be complex and varied. People who are from bi-racial/mixed/multi ethnic backgrounds have a unique situation of straddling between two or more racial identities which can be challenging, and depending on the context, can cause a crisis of identity. This webinar aims to highlight the experience of those with more than one racial identity and the nuanced challenges which can be faced.