LIVE Q&A: The Power of Inclusion For Your Organisation
January 28 @ 12:30 PM - 1:30 PMFree
What is Inclusion? How do we develop it? Most importantly, how do we evolve our organisation to have a more inclusive culture?
We, at Voice At The Table, have distilled Inclusion into its building blocks – our Eight Inclusive Behaviours. We’ve done this so that we can gradually tweak, develop and improve in each of the them. As we become better at these Inclusive Behaviours, we gradually change organisational culture, bit by bit, person by person, team by team.
Inclusive Behaviours can also be incorporated into processes, to minimise bias and make them automatically more inclusive. Imagine a recruitment or promotion process that is more naturally inclusive – wouldn’t that make our Diversity and Inclusion ambitions easier to realise?
Join Rina and Inge of Voice At The Table to be introduced to the Eight Inclusive Behaviours.
Learn how each person can improve , how to introduce them to the team and how to include them in work-related processes for greater inclusion. Ask LIVE questions on the topic of Inclusion and share your own experience and insights.
Join us and start building your and your organisation’s Inclusive Foundations.
Rina Goldenberg Lynch, CEO and Principal Consultant, Voice At The Table
Rina has a 20-year career as a lawyer (including Banking Law at Clifford Chance and ING London) and 9 years of experience in Diversity and Inclusion. She works with a variety of sectors, including Banking and Video Gaming. She helped over 75 organisations with various Diversity and Inclusion needs and specialises in behaviour change and organisational culture. Her calm demeanour creates a safe place for reflection and encourages others to be their best self.
Inge Woudstra, COO and Principal D&I Consultant, Voice At The Table
Inge brings 10+ years’ experience working as an organisational change consultant in eg Siemens and Shell, and 11 years’ experience in Diversity and Inclusion. She typically works with professional services, engineering and tech industries to help them create an ED&I strategy and action plan and develop inclusive recruitment and promotion processes. Inge was recently given an award for her work in supporting the Global Data Infrastructure industry with ED&I.