Inclusive Leadership Workshop

  • Who is it for?
    All managers who want to focus on developing a more inclusive leadership style.

    Overview
    Inclusive leaders recognise that a diversity of skills, experiences and perspectives can help further greater creativity and effectiveness in their organisation.  This workshop looks at the distinctive qualities of inclusive leadership and how to become a more inclusive team leader or manager.  

    Dates
    Wednesday 22 January 2020, 9.30 am - 12.30 pm

    Duration
    Half-day workshop

    Location
    W2.08, Simon Williams Centre, Wheatley

  • To enable managers to embrace and promote an inclusive culture within their areas of responsibilities.  

    You will review and consider: 

    • the benefits of being an inclusive organisation
    • the key traits of inclusive leadership
    • the skills necessary to become an inclusive leader
    • why inclusive leaders and inclusive teams are more effective
    • how to build an inclusive culture
    • the importance of building inclusive relationships
    • how tackling the impact of unconscious bias in the workplace leads to better decision-making.

    This is a blended learning course: 

    • Part 1: Online Learning Module circa 1-hour and pre-workshop exercises circa 1-hour 
    • Part 2: a ½  day workshop 
    • Required: Online Learning Module circa 1-hour  
    • Required: Prior course reflection exercises linked to your team
    This course can be offered as a bespoke course to Directorates and Faculties

    Refreshments

    • Tea and coffee will be available.
      (Lunch will be available for full day workshops)

    Joining Instructions

    • Joining instructions: will be sent to you by email 10 days prior to the workshop.  

    Evaluation

    • Evaluation: your comments are valuable and you will be asked to complete a form at the end of the workshop.

    Unable to attend

    • Please let us know asap (email ocsld@brookes.ac.uk) if you are unable to attend as we can give your space to another participant.
    • Ian Whiting