Empathy & Inclusion in the Workplace: Imperatives for Your Diversity Initiatives
About the Webinar
Effective empathy and inclusion in the workplace is a game-changer, shifting mediocre performance to a vibrant work culture that fosters a sense of belonging and increased willingness to invest discretionary effort. With increased levels of equity and inclusion at work, all employees can experience enhanced curiosity, agility, and innovation – especially employees who are underrepresented and disadvantaged.
Join our experts in Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) to explore the power of inclusion in the workplace. This webinar will leave you with examples of practical and immediately applicable acts of building equity and inclusion at work that have the potential to transform your organization’s human resource brand.
Positioning empathy and inclusion within the wider context of your organization’s equity, diversity, and inclusion initiatives is imperative. We know from research that each component of EDI is necessary in order to make a sustainable transformation in individuals, teams, and organizational cultures.
What You’ll Learn
Watch this EDI webinar to learn:
- The importance of beginning any diversity & inclusion efforts with a focus on equity first;
- The potential of increased empathy and inclusion in the workplace;
- 3 common forms of collateral damage to watch out for in your efforts to build empathy and inclusion at work; and
- How to implement the 4 steps of our REAL™ framework to:
- Reveal relevant opportunities,
- Elevate equity first,
- Activate diversity, and
- Lead more inclusively in your organization.
We can partner with your organization to foster more empathy and inclusion in the workplace. Use this EDI webinar to learn more about equity, diversity, and inclusion and how our EDI practice can help you to shift mindsets, behaviors, and practices toward more a more equitable, diverse, and inclusive organization.
About the Presenters
Faculty & EDI Capability Development Expert
Center for Creative Leadership
Abigail Dunne-Moses is the capability development director of our Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) practice and a Senior Faculty Member in our Societal Advancement group. Before joining us, Abigail spent over 20 years as an independent consultant, delivering performance management training, leadership development, and organizational development to Fortune 500 companies in a variety of industries. Abigail’s passion for consulting is born out of her life and educational experiences on 3 continents, namely Africa, Europe, and America.
Former Leadership Solutions Partner
Center for Creative Leadership
Emma Flack is a former Leadership Solutions Partner with us, designing and delivering custom leadership programs for managers and senior leaders across various industries. Her focus areas included change leadership, and Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) programs for women and leaders of color. Over her career, Emma has led leadership development and talent management programs for Fortune 500 companies as a consultant and through internal industry roles.