Category: Showcase : Livestream

Livestream Showcase


Unconscious Bias – Making It Real For People: Livestream-11th August 20

OVERSUBSCRIBED – We’ve had a fabulous response to this event and there are no longer any places available. Email us if you want to hear the next time we are running this event.

making it real for people: a free livestream about getting to grips with unconscious bias in the workplace

“Enact’s sessions, using drama, brought day to day issues alive and made it real for people. We have received excellent feedback from delegates that this fresh approach really worked. It wasn’t about theories and principles, more about how Unconscious Bias influences everything we do. Overall a really effective and professional training event” Oxford City Council

what to do about unconscious bias?

Most organisations know that Unconscious Bias ‘influences everything we do’ and that this has implications not just for their ability to embrace diversity & inclusion, but also for how well they do the fundamentals, like decision-making, recruitment, or people management.

But often there is a disconnect between ‘knowing’ and doing something positive about it.

If your organisation wants to take positive steps to get to grips with Unconscious Bias, what it is, how it works, and what can be done about it, then our free live stream all about our innovative, experiential virtual training workshop is for you.

the programme

On Tuesday 11 August 2020 we will be showcasing our Unconscious Bias virtual training and learning development workshops via live stream.

In a 1½ hour ‘taster’ session, attendees will get to see our ‘tried and tested’ approach, which has been delivered face-to-face to staff at all levels across the public and private sector, and which is now being successfully delivered online during the Covid-19 pandemic. You’ll find out how we deliver highly engaging, immersive learning experiences that blend drama, brain science and the latest interactive video content to bring Unconscious Bias to life and evoke feelings, which open people to new ways of thinking and behaving.

The event will cover a wide range of content from our Unconscious Bias virtual workshops, including:

  • Peak moments – sharing impactful, memorable content that raises awareness and understanding of this powerful natural process and its implications in the workplace
  • Learning outcomes – explaining the full range of learning outcomes our training and learning development workshop delivers, from increased personal awareness, through brain science, to practical actions
  • Tools of the trade – introducing a selection of innovative, cutting-edge technologies and experiential, drama-based training tools and techniques
  • User feedback – sharing evaluation results, client and user perspectives on this alternative approach to training and learning development

It’s a highly interactive, powerful way to explore behaviours, one that’s going to be mainly of interest to Human Resources, Equality & Diversity and Learning & Development professionals.

what learners say

“This live video link session worked well and reduced the impact on the rest of the day as no time spent travelling to a course… the course was informative, enjoyable and about the right length.” Online Participant

“The interactive element [worked well], considering we were online.” Online Participant

“Since the training I have not stopped talking about Unconscious Bias with my friends and colleagues. It was really useful, and I hope it is extended to all the management staff too.” Face-to-face Participant

“It’s thought provoking and great insight to how we think, and react to limited information and how to manage those thoughts and reactions going forward.” Online Participant

“I thought the trainer, the materials and the exercises were excellent. It’s one of the best courses I’ve attended for a long while. I have suggested it is mandatory for recruiting managers and recommended it to colleagues.” Face-to-face Participant

“Despite [the fact the] training was delivered remotely, it was well thought through and delivered in an engaging way.” Online Participant

book your place

Due to the level of demand, there are no longer any places available for this event. You can email us if you want to hear the next time we are running this event.

Save me a seat

You can check out which other organisations are attending here.

Any questions at all, feel free to contact Graham Coleman via email or call 07757 788940

Watch out for regular updates on this and our other events on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

 


Productive Conversations: Livestream 5th October 20 1.00pm

a free showcase event via livestream

The arrival of the ‘New Normal’ has further highlighted the need for productive conversation skills.
This taster session will demonstrate how we support managers in having essential workplace conversation skills

“I gained a lot of experience and knowledge. The chance to rewind and perform difficult conversations is so powerful”

National Grid delegate

the showcase session

On Monday 5th October 2020 we will be showcasing our ‘Productive Conversations in Challenging Times’ virtual training and learning development workshop via livestream.

A 1½ hour ‘taster’ showcase. This powerful session is designed to assist organisations in the ‘new normal’. There is heightened anxiety around the continuing risks and fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic, such as the increased risk to BAME colleagues, fears around furlough and redundancy and the impact on mental health and wellbeing. Attendees will explore our ‘tried and tested’ approach to successfully handling potentially ‘difficult conversations’. The workshop is designed to reflect remote working and the challenging backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic. You’ll find out how we deliver highly engaging, immersive learning experiences that blend drama, theoretical models and live interactive content.

This livestream session explores how to help managers at all levels learn and practise the essential ‘soft’ skills needed to hold high impact, productive conversations with team members, peers, and superiors.

learning outcomes

  • Explore the practical and emotional challenges of remote working, especially at a time like this
  • Know how to hold productive conversations in a range of potentially challenging areas, including breaking bad news, coaching, and supporting employee wellbeing
  • Understand why some conversations are much more difficult than others, the impact of internal narratives, and ways to manage one’s emotional reactions in the heat of the moment
  • Recognise the key elements of good listening and how to balance it with person-centred empathetic questioning
  • Learn how to give and receive timely constructive feedback, including recognising people’s strengths and contributions

This highly interactive, powerful ‘taster’ showcase is going to be of interest to Human Resources and Learning & Development professionals.

what learners say

“This live video link session worked well and reduced the impact on the rest of the day as no time spent travelling to a course… the course was informative, enjoyable and about the right length”

“The interactive element [worked well], considering we were online”

“Despite [the fact the] training was delivered remotely, it was well thought through and delivered in an engaging way”

“Made to feel comfortable in a difficult ‘acting’ situation. Excellent scenarios and lovely people”

“The use of technology and the encouragement for everyone to participate worked well. It was thought provoking and worth attending”

book your place

The ‘taster’ event will run from 1.00pm to 2.30pm on Monday 5th October 2020 via livestream. We’ll be restricting the number of places to 16 in total with a limit of two per organisation.

Click on the Save me a seat button and enter your details to book your place now.

Save me a seat

You can check out which other organisations are attending here.

Any questions at all, feel free to contact Graham Coleman via email or call 07757 788940.

Watch out for regular updates on this and our other events on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.