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Anatomy of Inclusion – Shifting from compliance to cognitive diversity

Our half day Anatomy of Inclusion workshop is not about creating a feel good session for the righteous.

Inclusion is a 21st Century performance prerogative, not a means to fulfil quotas or meet compliance standards. Inclusion does not have a singular fascination with protected classes, rather it looks at all the different ways people can feel marginalised or fear the ‘out-grouping’ that blights performance at so many organisations.

Inclusive organisations seek to capture the full spectrum of cognitive perspectives available to them, not in order to assemble diversity in a 1990’s Benetton-style advert, but rather in order to have at its disposal the most engaged, creative and prescient talent group possible. This fosters a sense of empowerment in employees who feel able to challenge and take smart risks in order to innovate, disrupt and handle market upheaval.

  • Anatomy of Inclusion - May 25th
    25th May 2017
    8:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • Anatomy of Inclusion - June 27th
    27th June 2017
    8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Price Qty
Anatomy of Inclusion - May 25thshow details + £594.00 (GBP)*  
Anatomy of Inclusion - June 27thshow details + £594.00 (GBP)*  

* includes VAT


Location

Venue:  

Venue Phone: 020 7202 7015

Venue Website:

Address:
110 Southwark St, London, SE1 0SU, United Kingdom

Description:
Located behind the Tate Modern on London's South Bank, the Blue Fin building was designed by award-winning architects Allies & Morrison. The Blue Fin building is our primary location for leadership workshops, which are held on the 10th floor in the Futura boardroom. The venue is accessible from Blackfriars and Southwark tube stations.

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