This interactive session will provide your organisation with an understanding of the legal framework around EDI as well as enhancing awareness of unconscious bias and microaggressions which can sit behind prejudice.
Full economic, business and ethical case for EDI initiatives and exploring how these sit alongside employee wellbeing programmes.
Useful for any organisation wanting to promote diversity and inclusion and reduce risks of discrimination and litigation.
Includes inclusion toolkit.
Can be run over lunch (11am-2pm) to minimise impact to the business.
This session will focus on anti-discrimination legislation and caselaw examples plus practical guidance on dealing with discrimination and prejudice in the workplace.
Exploring unconscious bias in recruitment, selection and promotion processes as well as guidance on reducing discrimination. Can contribute to a statutory defence against discrimination claims.
For Boards, Senior/Leadership Teams, Trustees, & Governing Bodies
This is a strategic review of the organisational and cultural benefits of adopting a cohesive EDI range of initiatives. It can dovetail with and enhance existing equality & inclusion policies.
Our workshop provides a legacy offering so that key senior officers have the tools and skills to take forward the EDI strategy within the organisation and to leverage the difference this brings.
A short but effective session on the equality framework with case law examples. Includes unconscious bias and top 10 recommendations for reducing prejudice and bias within the workplace. Can provide or contribute to statutory defence to discrimination claims.
Supporting MBA students to leverage their skills within the corporate world.
An in-depth understanding of bias, micro aggressions and privilege and the manifestations and impacts of these on workplace culture will provide a valuable addition to the toolkit of future corporate leaders and those charged with improving the employee experience.
Employee retention, mental health and wellbeing set against rapidly changing demands and expectations are some of the emerging challenges for businesses in the next 5 years.