My mask is lifted
We know that diversity and inclusion are so important in the workplace. However, it can be difficult to nurture diversity if employees don’t feel able to be their authentic selves. This workshop will help participants learn how to embrace authenticity, whilst contributing to a culture of psychological safety that allows everyone to begin to ‘lift the mask’.
On your business
As a result of this workshop participants will
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We know that diversity and inclusion are so important in the workplace. The latest research demonstrates that fully diverse and inclusive teams reap a wide range of benefits, including greater innovation, plus improved engagement, and wellbeing. However, it can be difficult to nurture diversity if employees don’t feel able to be their authentic selves; and for that, the right psychological conditions need to be in place.
This workshop will help participants, whatever their role or seniority, to learn how to embrace authenticity and vulnerability whilst contributing to a culture of psychological safety that allows both themselves and others to begin to ‘lift the mask’.
Who will benefit?
eager to further develop their understanding around how to support their teams around diversity, inclusivity and masking.
leading teams and keen to learn how to do this in a way that facilitates authenticity and vulnerability.
wanting to know more about how they can feel more confident around de-masking and ‘bring their whole selves to work’.
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Leveraging my strengths
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