Celebrating our Differences
Do we stop to consider what it is like to be us, and recognise how we can celebrate the difference in all of us?
Learn how we can become self-aware of our own behaviours and enrich our perspectives and views of others.
The fear of saying or doing the wrong thing is often cited as a major barrier to many inclusion initiatives – Joanne talk introduces the importance of both Emotional (EQ) and Cultural Intelligence (CQ) as a foundation of creating an inclusive workplace culture.
In this interactive and engaging session, Joanne Lockwood speaks about what you can do right now to step up and step in to celebrating the differences in all of us and the strength it brings.
By attending this webinar, delegates will be able to identify:
- Key steps to understanding ourselves and our own triggers
- What is Inclusion and the Dimensions of Diversity
- How to use Emotional and Cultural Intelligence to embrace difference
- Challenge some of your biases and perspectives
- Becoming an Effective Ally – what you can do!
Following the presentation Joanne will be around for an open Q&A where you can challenge her with your thoughts or maybe ask her for some ideas on how you can tackle your own challenges.
Joanne Lockwood, Founder and CEO of SEE Change Happen, is an Inclusion and Belonging specialist and speaker. She works with organisations throughout the UK, Europe and beyond, challenging corporate mentality, and providing a service that goes far beyond “just” Diversity & Inclusion.
Living by the mantra: “Smile, Engage and Educate,” Joanne believes that people are people, whatever their ethnicity, gender and abilities, deserving to be treated with dignity and respect to work well and thrive.
Interested, but can't attend?
Don't worry if you can't make the date/time of this webinar, it is being recorded. Please book a place as per normal and use the webinar link to access a recording post event.
This webinar will be hosted via ON24.
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