Working With Diversity.
Building integration and tolerance in the Workplace
05 – 09 November 2020
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This 5-day training programme aims to introduce participants to Working With Diversity in the Workplace.
Over the course of this workshop we will look at a number of stereotypes and preconceived impressions around diversity in the workplace. We will explore ways in which we can break down these projections and fears to build a fully integrated workplace and a safe environment for all.
The workshop aims to show participants, in a very practical way, how diversity affects the workplace. How inclusion and tolerance are such emotive topics and how you and your organisation can work to implement a handbook for dealing with diversity in the workplace.
The Workplace & Society
- The role of the workplace in society
- Does the workplace mirror society?
- Your role in the workplace
Integration in the workplace
- The future on tolerances and integration
- The rise of an intercultural society
- Who decides what is normal?
- What is gender?
- Is gender important in the workplace?
- Queer culture – LGBT tolerances and intolerances
- Does race or ethnicity matter
- Integration in the workplace, how migration, globalisation and remote working are changing intercultural relations
- The rise of xenophobia and nationalism
- Introduction to authentic and embodied leadership.
- Non-verbal communication.
- Dealing with and accepting failures and mistakes.
- PRACTICAL OUTDOOR ACTIVITY**
- Building a diversity handbook for the workplace
- Implementing it
- Kick back and feedback
The Week in Review – We will end the week with a review session seeing how the whole process works and how we can move to the next step.
PRACTICAL OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES
- What is normal?
- Who decides what is Dis/Ability? We are all different?
- How can we embrace difference
- Dis/ability and Difference in the workplace
CEO, Centre for Creative Practices andArtConnected
Co-Founder and CEO of Centre for Creative Practices and Creative Entrepreneurs Academy. Founder & CEO of ArtConnected – a SaaS that matches European Creative Opportunities with Talent. Main Awardee of the Arthur Guinness Fund for Social Entrepreneurs in 2012 and recipient of the Merit to Polish Culture awarded by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland.
Monika has studied various aspects of organisational, community and embodied leadership since 2007 and has completed renowned Leadership training with INSEAD and Potentialife.
Head of Entrepreneurship, Creative and Artistic Entrepreneurs Academy
Currently, Ian is working on advising and designing sustainable projects that utilise art and creativity as the main driver to effect sustainable economic and social change. He also teaches and mentors artistic and creative entrepreneurship training to adult learners and undergraduate students.
Ian teaches Creative Thinking, International Management, International Relations, Team Development and Entrepreneurship at Postgraduate and undergraduate level at The Innovation Academy, TCD; NorthEastern University, US; Champlain College, Dublin; and CIEE, Dublin. He regularly teaches on the Creative Entrepreneurs Academy Erasmus+ programme.
BENEFITS FOR THE PARTICIPANTS
Overall learning outcomes:
- Plan for the production of a handbook on Diversity for use in the workplace
- Explain the nature of the debate surrounding diversity
- Assess the social and monetary value associated with diversity and inclusion
THIS COURSE IS FOR
- Europass Mobility Certificate
- Certificate of Obtained Competences
- Certificate of Completion
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