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Diversity & Inclusion eConference - Orchestrating culture change

What is the role of the CA in embedding a diverse and inclusive organisational culture? Are your organisation’s communications inclusive? Why is it important to your organisation?

This e-conference series is designed to provide practical, applicable advice on how to not just think inclusively, but behave inclusively too.

Content Description

In the current climate of constant disruption every organisation needs to be thinking about the way in which their leadership team can better equip their organisation for the future of work. Developing and implementing a Diversity and Inclusion strategy is vital to ensuring sustainable business success.

Employers who fail to proactively offer practices to promote full participation are missing out on a rich untapped labour pool. Employing a more diverse staff allows businesses to be more attuned to the needs of a diverse community, enabling you to reach a wider market and attract a broader talent pool with new skills and perspectives. Achieving diversity of thought and diversity of skills is increasingly becoming critical to securing a competitive edge in business and delivering innovative solutions.

This econference series is relevant to senior level, decision makers responsible for drafting policies and taking ideas to their organisations as well as middle management and emerging leaders. The content is designed to bring together a blend of managers, senior executives and those working at the coal face to better understand how they can operationalise a diverse and inclusive work environment.

Session 3 - Orchestrating culture change: Implementing a diversity and inclusion strategy to ensure sustainable business success

Rachel Hopkins, Chief Executive, Diversity Works New Zealand

How do you get a framework, strategies and policies in place? This session showcases best practice examples of how you can establish a diversity and inclusion program and the results it can achieve.
•What does best practice look like? - Getting a framework in place
•How do you tailor your diversity and inclusion framework to the specific needs of your organisation, its clients and people
• Looking at the system, the organisation, the person
•Changing ingrained thought processes to make it work for your organisation
• Gaining staff buy-in top-down and bottom-up
• Implementing cost effective diversity and inclusion
•Creating smarter systems that attract and cater for all through inclusive working

Rachel Hopkins, Chief Executive, Diversity Works New Zealand


Topic: Business Mindset, Ethics & Integrity, People & Leadership

Sub-Topic: Ethics , Leadership, Operational Excellence, Strategy, Talent Management

Format: Recorded Webinar

Proficiency Level: Intermediate, Advanced

CPD: 1 hours