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Our Workshops and Programmes

Developing a Growth Mindset For Success

Growth mindset is the belief that one’s talents, abilities and intelligence can be developed through hard work and practice and it is recognised as a powerful tool that can help improve the success of an organisation.

 

However, individuals of a fixed mindset believe that a person’s intelligence and ability is fixed and therefore cannot be changed. Fostering a growth mindset culture within your organisation can help increase trust between employees, innovation and improve resilience.  

 

This workshop is designed to help leaders and employees within an organisation determine how they can foster a growth mindset to encourage creativity and develop resilience. The workshop defines and explores fixed and growth mindsets, why it is important to the success of the organisation and how to cultivate a growth mindset culture. The workshop also explores wider issues that may impact on mindset such as identity, mental health and wellbeing and self-esteem.

Who is this workshop for?

This workshop is available to Leaders and employees in private, public and voluntary sectors.

Duration

Varies-dependant on the needs of the organisation.

Unconscious Bias

 

 

 

 

Our unconscious mind can have a strong influence on our everyday behaviour, judgements and decision making. The workplace is not immune to bias and therefore, such biases can have a negative impact on our colleagues, work and working environment.

During this workshop you will explore what unconscious bias is and how it impacts on your judgement and decision making. Participants will have the opportunity to explore the roots of their own biases and develop strategies for over-coming unconscious bias to improve performance and build a positive working environment.  

Who is this workshop for?

This workshop is available to Leaders and employees in private, public and voluntary sectors.

Duration

Varies-dependant on the needs of the organisation.

Exploring Race, Identity and Difference 

Exploring who we are and what makes us who we are is complex and too often we explore our identities in silos. However, it is important that we recognise that we are all individual, formed from multiple identities. Understanding and navigating that complexity is critical to understanding how to create an inclusive environment.

 

During this workshop you will have the opportunity to engage in frank and open discussions on race, racism and difference. Participants will reflect on their own race and identities, inequalities, privilege and recognise the benefits of embracing difference.

Who is this workshop for?

This workshop is available to Leaders and employees in private, public and voluntary sectors.

Duration

Varies-dependant on the needs of the organisation.

Addressing Microaggressions in the Workplace 

Microaggressions are common in the workplace and are often difficult to identify because they are subtle and deeply rooted in unconscious assumptions and stereotypes. However, microaggressions can be extremely damaging and often leave individuals feeling uncomfortable and isolated. Microaggressions are one of the main reasons individuals leave organisations.

 

The workshop defines and explores microaggressions, the impact it has on individuals and the organisation. Participants will also learn how to identify and develop strategies to address and respond to microaggressions.  

Who is this workshop for?

This workshop is available to Leaders and employees in private, public and voluntary sectors.

Duration

2 hours

Impactful Allyship

 

 

 

 

 

 

Privilege is intersectional and therefore everyone benefits from privilege. Using your privilege to advocate for others is a fundamental element in advancing inclusion in the workplace.

 

Allies in the workplace provides opportunities to identify inequalities, grow, learn about other people’s lived experiences and actively work towards equality. Being an effective ally means using your privilege to support and lift up marginalised groups and help to foster a sense of belonging.

 

Incorporating allies in to your organisation strengthens employee relationships, builds resilience and transforms the workplace in to a positive working environment.

 

During the workshop participants will learn what it means to be an effective ally and develop practical skills to recognise inequalities and promote diversity and inclusion.

Who is this workshop for?

This workshop is available to Leaders and employees in private, public and voluntary sectors.

Duration

Varies-dependant on the needs of the organisation.