Creating a diverse and inclusive workspace (20.01 18:00)


Diversity and inclusion are two interconnected concepts—but they are far from interchangeable. Diversity is about representation or the make-up of an entity. Inclusion is about how well the contributions, presence and perspectives of different groups of people are valued and integrated into an environment.
Employees trust that they, and their colleagues, will be treated fairly regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation or age, they are.

  • 9.8 times more likely to look forward to going to work
  • 6.3 times more likely to have pride in their work
  • 5.4 times more likely to want to stay a long time at their company

Is your workplace diverse and inclusive?
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During the session participants will:

  • Understand the obstacles preventing a diversity and inclusion culture.
  • Understand the benefits of having a diversity and inclusion culture.
  • Know how to implement strategies to apply diversity and inclusion in their workplace

Trainer: Aleksandar Vladimirov

Aleks Vladimirov is a multidisciplinary soft skill trainer. He had delivered training for big corporations like Barclays and Thales as well as non-profit organizations – Toastmasters, BEST, Scoala de Valori and many more.
He combines his experience in leadership positions and adds personal touch to all the training sessions, no matter if it’s related to leadership, stress management and mindfulness or working with teams. He took many leadership positions in big corporations, from architecture and team lead to project management for complex government projects.
Due to Covid-19 this year, he had delivered a lot of on-line sessions and webinars. He had delivered training sessions to students on the topic of career planning.
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Prior knowledge required

No prior knowledge is required.

Length: 2,5h

Track: Career

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