10 November, 2021
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm GMT
Join Joy Goddard and Nell Blane, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion instructors from The Jen Group to explore inclusion in the post-pandemic workplace. The webinar will explore why inequalities have widened, why inclusion is important, and practical steps to include all colleauges working in and out of the office.
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This webinar will explore issues of inclusion in the light of changes to the workplace since the Covid-19 pandemic. Previously existing inequalities have widened since the pandemic; some colleagues are thriving in the new landscape while others may be feeling isolated, excluded and demotivated. This relates to access to, or confidence in using appropriate working environments or technology, and the ability to physically connect to information-sharing and networking opportunities. The webinar will investigate what lies behind these differences and why, from a moral, legal and business perspective, this is important. We will provide some suggestions for how we can ensure everyone is equally included whether they are in the office or working from home. Even with the best intentions, occasionally we will inadvertently exclude or even offend someone, so we will introduce some practical tips for how to respond to this in an authentic, inclusive and supportive way.
Joy Goddard MRSPH and Nell Blane BSc (hons), PGCert, FRSPH, MBPsS are senior partners at The Jen Group.
The Jen Group is a collaborative of compassionate humans working together to promote literacy and skills for inclusive health and wellbeing. We provide licenced and bespoke training and consultancy focused on improving individual and population mental and physical health and wellbeing.
Joy has developed and managed businesses and charities over 30 years, as well as implementing organisation-wide training and quality assurance programmes. Joy is a Member of the Royal Society for Public Health. Nell brings her experience of designing and managing services for diverse communities to her training specialism. Nell graduated in Psychology from Brunel University in 1989 and gained a postgraduate certificate in Applied Systemic Theory from the University of East London in 2013. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health and a Member of the British Psychological Society. Both partners deliver Mental Health, Suicide Prevention and Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) training.