Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging
Lead the change you want to see
The evidence is clear. Diversity and inclusion are critical for a healthy society, economy and workplace. But this can only be achieved by removing invisible barriers, changing mindsets and creating a workplace where all can belong.
We are in a moment where real change is possible. Circumstances have transformed how many of us work and live, and in the process, have broken down many existing structures. As a result, we now have the opportunity to rebuild systems and practices to create thriving, diverse workplaces.
Developed through extensive research, collaboration and personal experiences, the Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Canvas includes detailed, open questions to draw out insights and start the conversation. Use the Canvas with your team to identify ways to nurture diversity, inclusion and belonging, whether in person or online.
Introducing Women @ Work
An interactive program to lead change through diversity, inclusion and belonging.
What makes the Women@Work Program different?
This highly interactive, evidence-based program has been co-created by women for women. As participants explore the latest research, they ponder their own experiences and the stories of others to understand how to lead change in their careers and workplace. Importantly, learnings and tools are applied in the workplace through practice and project work.
- Explore the elements of an innovation mindset and why it is essential in the contemporary workplace.
- Discover what healthy collaboration looks like and how to collaborate to lead change.
- Understand how diversity impacts the workplace and practice strategies to improve the workplace for everyone.
Determine how to lead change and bring others along with you.
Learn how to create opportunities and pathways for yourself and others.
Participants will leave with the following:
- A method for building innovation and change.
- Practical tools for creating inclusive and diverse teams.
- Strategies for overcoming barriers to career progression.
- A career plan which builds on your strengths, values and interests.
- And a network of inspired and supportive women from across your organisation.
“The program structure (2 sessions per week over a month with activities) worked for me. Very much so. With the duration being over four weeks you had enough time to go over the content after each session and think about it in context with your role and what changes you could apply to make a difference.”