LEADING DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION CHANGE
A workshop designed for leaders who wish to spearhead organisational change in the areas of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
The days of command and control leadership are long gone, leaders must increasingly focus their energy on building relationships, leading from the middle, and connecting their people with values regardless of their backgrounds and social groups.
The workshop is designed to help leaders understand the role of leadership in the current global diversity and inclusion context and how to effectively lead change in their organisations.
Attendees will gain evidence-based insights on diversity and inclusion change management and tangible case studies of successful implementations and practical 'know-how' on managing complex problems and shifting DEI targets.
A clear understanding of the current global leadership context concerning people management and DEI
A deep understanding of the dynamics of DEI in organisational settings
The ability to frame and define personal / leadership values in relation to DEI
A deeper understanding of the opportunities and challenges of promoting DEI using change management principles
An understanding of how servant leadership and courageous leadership lends itself to the advancement of DEI in organisations.
Robert K .Greenleaf Founder, Center for Servant Leadership.
The best leaders are clear. They continually light the way, and in the process, let each person know that what they do makes a difference. The best test as a leader is: do those served grow as persons; do they become healthier, wiser, freer, more autonomous, more likely themselves to become leaders.
2: The Inclusive Leader: Managing and leading transformative diversity and inclusion change
3: Communication strategies for diversity, equity, and inclusion.