Developing Sensitivity for Inclusion

Communication & Influencing
Course Date: 
October 27, 2021
4:30PM - 6:00PM

Note: This Webinar session will be held online via Zoom. Our Micro-Learning sessions are designed to maximise the benefit of "face" time while balancing the attention span of the online format. There is no compromise in content or learning activities, which we have ensured is the same as in our face-to-face programmes.

Micro-Learning Session 
For the past few years, DEI (diversity, equity and inclusion) has evolved rapidly and become ever more important for workplaces. In 2020 alone, the subject was thrown into a global spotlight as one of the key “make-or-break” issues for Millennials and Generation Z that impact employee engagement and corporate responsibility.
In Asia, diversity is built into the fabric of many international work spaces, but do our employees and leaders really know what DEI means? Do they know how their behaviours affect others both inside and outside of the organisation? And do they understand why it is important to their careers and shaping the workplace of the future?
In this session, we will explore the background of DEI and its relevance to Asian workplaces. We will look at examples – good and bad – that highlight where inclusion is important. Finally, we will look at ways to increase sensitivity to DEI issues and how to adapt our communication and behaviours towards bringing out an inclusive workplace.
  • Understand that DEI creates no wrong answers, only different ones
  • Explore possibilities for enhanced creativity and opportunity by embracing differences
  • Look at how DEI challenges trust, cooperation and commitment
  • Learn how to become aware of your personal values and biases
  • Ask questions to gain more information and deal with biases before making decisions
  • Develop a supportive workplace culture that encourages diverse and inclusive cooperation

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