How can you create a more inclusive workplace? These sessions cover many topics, including the power of unconscious bias at work and why it matters, raising awareness of important issues regarding race, gender and disability awareness, as well as bystander intervention training, bullying and harassment, and developing understanding of the complexities of the Equality Act, religious expression and philosophical beliefs.
Bystander Intervention Training
This workshop helps people consider their options when they witness bullying, harassing or abusive behaviour, and we share tips and techniques for intervening promptly.
Equality Act, Religious Expression & Philosophical Beliefs
This workshop revisits the legislation and guidance and provides time for participants to explore and discuss the complexities and nuances of real-life case studies and realistic practice examples.
Bullying & Harassment Awareness
This workshop identifies the range of behaviours that meet the test for bullying and harassment and suggests practical actions to address it.
This workshop explains more about the different types of disabilities you may encounter or experience, how disabilities can impact on people’s work, and how to create a more inclusive workplace.
This session helps raise awareness and strengthen confidence in dealing with issues around the adverse effects of gender-based harassment. Participants will explore the nature of gender, developing a deeper sense of its nature, role, and manifestations in society.
This session is targeted at supporting participants to work positively in a racially diverse environment. We will consider a number of questions, aim to discover new things and leave with a personal plan to ensure that racism stops with each one of us.
All for One and One for All
Understanding diversity is no longer a nice-to-do but a must-do; treating everyone with dignity and respect is good for people and business.
Unconscious Bias at Work
You don’t know what you don’t know – a look at the power of unconscious bias at work. We introduce you to the concept and help you understand how people are not as logical as they would like to think. We look at unconscious bias in the workplace and why it really matters.