Inclusive leadership

Now more than ever, inclusive leadership is vital to building a happy and productive working environment. In this workshop participants will explore what inclusion really means and why it can be such a challenge, discussing some of the many facets of diversity and the role of belonging in transforming a diverse workplace into an inclusive one.

Max 12 participants
100 mins

Impact

On your business

  • Increased psychological safety – managers feel more confident discussing aspects of DE&I relating to inclusive leadership, leading to a more open and psychologically safe environment for them and their team members.
  • Improved employee performance – managers understand how to lead with empathy and inclusion at the forefront, creating an environment in which their team members are encouraged to embrace diversity and excel in their roles.
  • Better workplace relations – managers understand the positive impact of inclusive leadership, and know how to communicate around issues relating to DE&I in a sensitive and appropriate manner that protects and improves workplace relations.

As a result of this workshop participants will

  • Understand the difference between diversity and inclusion and their role in delivering inclusive practices to make the workplace a happy and safe place for everyone.
  • Identify workplace situations where they need to be particularly aware of inclusion, ensuring every opportunity for inclusion is actioned.
  • Understand that becoming an inclusive leader is a continuous process of listening, learning and taking practical steps to develop workplace mindsets and practices in order to see meaningful and sustained inclusion within their teams.
  • Be able to identify examples of exclusive and inclusive behaviours in themselves and others and understand the impact these can have within their teams.

Learning activities

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Workshop

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Discussion

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Online resources

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Want to know more?

Now more than ever, inclusive leadership is vital to building a happy and productive working environment. Ways of working are changing and our understanding of what it means to be inclusive must keep up. As a leader, participants have a key role to play in supporting their team to embrace inclusive practices that make the workplace a positive and safe place for everyone.

In this virtual workshop participants will explore what inclusion really means and why it can be such a challenge, discussing some of the many facets of diversity and the role of belonging in transforming a diverse workplace into an inclusive one.

Participants will also examine the difference between equality and equity and consider how modern, complex working situations have shifted what it means to be a ‘fair’ leader.

Throughout the workshop, we use real-life scenarios to examine what exclusive behaviours and inclusive behaviours look like in action and give you the opportunity to apply learning to your own day-to-day working life.

Who will benefit?

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Leaders

eager to further develop their understanding around transforming a diverse workplace into an inclusive workplace.

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Managers

keen to understand their responsibilities in leading from the front when promoting an inclusive working environment for all.

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Small business owners

seeking guidance around ensuring good inclusive practice as standard during the early growth of their workforce.

Very informative, challenges you to look at the way you lead, which will lead to benefits for the team & me personally.

Inclusive leadershipWorkshop participant

Brings the topic to the forefront of your mind without information overload or death by slides.

Inclusive leadershipWorkshop participant

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