Research has shown that employees who work with Inclusive Leaders demonstrate an:
So not only is this a hot topic in the world of Learning and Development, championing Inclusive Leadership can be a game-changer; fundamental for organisations looking to grow, diversify, attract the best talent, increase productivity... (the list could go on.)
This high-impact workshop will demystify the term 'Inclusive Leadership' and demonstrate the behaviours that do (and don't) create inclusive environments. But best of all, we will bring all this to life with real workplace situations using professional actors who will role-play specific scenarios. You will go away with both the low-down, and a game plan to ensure you have the right approach.
About the speaker:
Gamiel Yafai, Diversity and Inclusion Specialist, Righttrack
Gamiel is an award-winning Diversity and Inclusion strategist and author of Demystifying Diversity. He works with some of the UK's largest employers to design and implement strategies that attract and retain talent from generationally, ethnically, socially and culturally diverse backgrounds. His extensive experience has been pivotal to his role as Righttrack's Senior Diversity and Inclusion Specialist.
Righttrack are an established, well-loved, Midland's based training provider with an impressive client list. With over 30 years of experience providing creative, bespoke, in-house learning solutions for a diverse range of organisations, Righttrack applies their passion for people development and adopt a creative problem-solving approach to inspire change with lasting solutions.
About our partner:
The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) is the biggest Combined Authority in the country, still growing and currently covering around four million people.
It was formally established in June 2016 with a remit to gain devolved powers from Westminster to the West Midlands to benefit the region, its residents and businesses.
Andy Street was elected as the region’s first Mayor in May last year.
Through collaborative working, across a range of sectors, the WMCA aims to deliver more jobs, enhanced and targeted skills training, increased housing and better connectivity, bringing inclusive growth to all of the region’s communities.