Developing inclusive leaders
Our work, across both the private and public sectors, delivering highly innovative, immersive and effective training around Inclusive Leadership is hard to describe. So we’re using the afternoon of Wednesday 27th March to share some of our most recent material.
We’re rather proud of the results and delegate feedback we’re getting:
“This was about 200% more useful than I thought it would be. Never seen a group of random staff more engaged.”
“Really, really excellent, I actually forgot at times the scenarios weren’t real.”
“This was really high quality training and very inclusive – something for everybody! Thought provoking and enjoyable, a great balance.”
Built around our Inclusive Leadership Framework, the programme blends dramatised scenes delivered by professional actors, a variety of experiential exercises, and high levels of interaction, including electronic polling.
Every session provides a safe and supportive environment to:
- Bring to life the real-world challenges facing leaders aspiring to create a more inclusive workplace;
- Explore the need for leaders to develop an inclusive mindset to get the most from a diverse workforce;
- Present realistic scenarios to raise awareness of and examine potentially detrimental leadership behaviours;
- Develop practical skills to enable leaders to better manage and leverage diverse talent;
- Encourage individual responsibility in upholding equality and diversity; and
- Enable leaders to reflect on their learning and translate it to their own working environments, including action planning for personal change.
This condensed showcase event will demonstrate how we’ve achieved this with extracts from our recent Inclusive Leadership programme, evaluation results so far, and the chance to talk to some of the people behind the scenes.
Is this for you?
We believe this showcase should be of interest to senior managers, equality and diversity professionals, and HR and OD professionals.
While not essential, we also recommend potential attendees have an interest in the use of innovative, immersive learning and development approaches, as our drama-based approach to training is different from the norm (though don’t worry, you won’t be asked to act).
To book your free place
The event will take place on Wednesday 27 March 2019 at 1.00pm (for refreshments) with a start time of 1.30pm and an end time of 3.30pm. It will be held at The Princess Royal Hospital, Farnborough Common, Orpington BR6 8ND.
There are plenty of buses that go right to the hospital and train stations around. More information can be found here.
Any questions, feel free to contact Graham Coleman via email or call 01484 310234.
(Please note, due to demand and administration costs, there will be a £99 plus VAT charge for cancellations received less than 48 hours prior to the event.)