In a series of 3 on demand sessions, understand what it means to create an inclusive workplace culture, and how to start. Discover key tips to creating a workplace that celebrates diversity, amplifies employee voices, and creates a sense of belonging for all.
Register to watch all 3 sessions. By registering, you'll also receive a bonus special - a roundtable recording where our panel discuss how you can personally drive cultural change at work. They also build a mini business case to help.
As humans, we all want to be accepted, feel included and know that we belong. At work, it’s important that your employees achieve a sense of belonging. Without it, staff can feel unhappy, and lack motivation. In fact, a strong sense of belonging at work results in a 56% increase in performance. We thrive best in environments that support us, value us, and where we feel celebrated!
To achieve this, companies must make sure their culture promotes acceptance, inclusion and belonging - for everyone.
In this series, explore what you can do to improve your workplace culture, so that disabled and neurodivergent staff feel comfortable and confident to bring their full selves to work.
You'll receive 3 sessions including:
You'll also receive a bonus special where our panel explore small actions to help you personally drive cultural change at work.
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Developing an inclusive company culture begins with transparent leadership, is carried on through your people and, is supported by community initiatives. In this session our panel explore these 3 key ‘ingredients’ and how they form the building blocks of an inclusive culture. Discover how transparent leadership plays a role in the success of inclusion policies and practices. Explore how every employee can make a difference. Gain advice on initiatives that can help drive change.
Employee Network Groups (ENGs) and Neurodiversity champions can help staff to feel heard, represented and supported at work. They can help to drive meaningful change in any organisation.
In this session, explore the power of community initiatives when it comes to creating a truly inclusive culture. Gain advice from Barrie Morgan-Scrutton, Founder of North West NHS Dyslexia Network. Barrie shares how to develop these initiatives, and uncover the impact they can have on your people.
Barrie has been an Ambassador for Dyslexia within the NHS for 10 years, supporting staff and managers to understand Dyslexia and Neurodiversity. He does this through 1:1 coaching, as well as sourcing reasonable adjustments and arranging formal assessments. From this role, Barrie established the North West NHS Dyslexia Network, which has been running for the past 6 years. Through this network, Barrie is able to host in-person and online events to help spread awareness about Dyslexia and Neurodiversity.
Success happens when all employees are encouraged to be themselves. Inclusive technology allows neurodivergent and disabled staff to embrace their unique ways of thinking, learning and working.
In this session, hear from Ernst & Young (EY), a company whose sole purpose is to 'build a better working world'. Discover how inclusive technology helps them to empower the unique voices of their employees. Explore tools that encourage employees to become the best version of themselves.
Speaking on behalf of EY is Kevin Grogg, Assistive Technologies Service Owner at EY. Kevin has been in his role for 6 years. His primary duty is to provide 1:1 Assistive Technology (AT) services “at a distance” via Microsoft Teams. Before EY, he worked 15 at Shepherd Center, the last 10 in the Assistive Technology department. He provided AT services for patients with spinal cord injuries or brain trauma.
Driving workplace inclusion is everyone’s responsibility. From leadership and DE&I teams, to Human Resources and individual employees - we all have a part to play. We can each make an impact. Together we can drive cultural change at work.
In this bonus special, our panel share why workplace inclusion matters, and build a business case to help you take action. Discover small actions you can personally take that can lead to a big impact in improving the working world for all.