In the pursuit of an inclusive workplace, it’s essential for leaders to learn how to empower and support their team members to bring their authentic selves to work. Inclusive leadership provides leaders with the skills to manage diverse perspectives and turn differences into opportunities for growth and innovation within the organisation.
Choose from two formats
- Three-hour face-to-face training (for up to 25 participants)
- Three-hour online workshop on Zoom (for up to 15 participants)
Learning objectives for face-to-face session
- Understand the role of leaders in diversity, equity and inclusion
- Define inclusive leadership skills and traits
- Explore the psychological foundations of inclusive leadership
- Understand the differences between inclusive leadership and other leadership styles
- Learn about the relationship between inclusive leadership with unconscious bias and cultural intelligence
Learning objectives for online session
- The role of leaders in diversity, equity and inclusion
- Inclusive leadership skills and traits
This workshop is designed for current and future leaders who are committed to cultivating an inclusive workplace environment. It is suitable for individuals in leadership positions or those aspiring to leadership roles.
To request corporate training for your organisation, please complete the form below.
To proceed, you will be required to sign a proposal (e-signature available).
Once received, we will work together to align the availability of our facilitators with your desired training dates.
Upon confirmation of availability, you will receive an email containing the following:
- A Training Requirements form. Please complete and return this form to aid the facilitator's preparation for the workshop
- Relevant workshop details and materials
- Scheduled automated reminders
Following the successful delivery of the workshop, invoices will be raised promptly. We highly encourage you to provide feedback via our feedback forms, as we value your insights and aim to continually improve based on our collective experiences.