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Rewire: A Radical Approach to Tackling Diversity and Difference takes a fresh look at the issue of equality, diversity and inclusion at work. It critiques current thinking and practices that are responsible for slow progress, while presenting a new, holistic and tactical perspective that leverages what we know about influencing and changing people’s mind-sets.
For sustainable positive change, we need to focus not only on monitoring policies and metrics, but on overcoming unconscious bias and creating a culture of openness, empathy and inclusion – which in turn enables corporate strategy and drives innovation.
This workshop will introduce a structured, six step approach to culture change. It will focus on the role of imagination and how we can shift mindset through the use of positive intentional communication in order to instigate positive change at an individual, organizational and social level.
Wed 8 Nov 2017
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Wed 8 Nov 2017
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Sun 1 Jan 2017
|Venue||Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel|
|Delivered by||Pooja Sachdev | Pooja Sachdev Ltd|
|Target Audience||This workshop will be aimed at a General/Mixed audience. It will be applicable to anyone interested in creating a more inclusive environment within an organisation or in wider society. Some basic understanding of D&I will be assumed. It will particularly appeal to HR, D&I and OD practitioners who are looking for some fresh ideas and inspiration along with tactical tools to tackle unconscious bias and create more sustainable values-based cultures.|
Pooja is an experienced consultant and coach, who has worked with a wide range of organisations, from local community groups to global corporations in financial services, pharmaceuticals and media.
She has designed and delivered training for small (8-10) and large (150-175) audiences in USA, UK and India. She specializes in unconscious bias, gender at work, culture, engagement and wellbeing. She recently co-authored a book entitled “Rewire: A Radical Approach to Tackling Diversity and Difference” (Bloomsbury), which received positive reviews in the Times and the FT. She has a strong academic background and a passion for bringing out the best in people and organisations, to achieve positive outcomes – beyond profit.
|Training Format||1/2 Day|