How to ask people to dance: Creating better spaces to be more inclusive at work

31 May 11am-12:30pm Pacific Time / 20.00-21.30 CET

The term “diversity and inclusion” is used quite a bit recently, but do you know what inclusion means? Is it just about including people from different gender, race, sexual orientation & age? 

“Diversity is being invited to the party; inclusion is being asked to dance.” – Verna Myers

In this interactive workshop, we’ll dive deep into what inclusion really means, especially in a work environment, remote or not. It is far more than just ticking some boxes. We’ll explore some common considerations that people fail to realise, even after a year of working from home during this pandemic. We’ll also learn what we can do to make people feel welcomed, accepted, respected, and valued. In the end, people feel empowered to contribute their own perspective and understanding without the fear of rejection and humiliation. 

We will continue with our tradition of giving you a different kind of “meeting” experience by introducing Liberating Structures and no Zoom!

This is co-hosted with Liberating Structures, Poland

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