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Empathy & Inclusion in the Workplace: Imperatives for Your Diversity Initiatives

Empathy and Inclusion in the Workplace: Imperatives for Your Diversity Initiatives

On Demand

Duration: 1 hour

About the Webinar

Effective empathy and inclusion in the workplace can change the game, shifting mediocre performance to a vibrant work culture that fosters the willingness of employees to invest discretionary effort and gain a sense of belonging. With increased levels of inclusion, all employees can experience enhanced curiosity, agility, and innovation – especially employees who are underrepresented and disadvantaged.

Join our Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) experts to explore the power of inclusion in the workplace. This exploration will leave you with examples of practical and immediately applicable acts of inclusion that have the potential to transform your organization’s human resource brand.

Positioning inclusion within the wider context of your 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 culture. At CCL, we use our REAL framework as a way to shift mindsets, behaviors, and practices towards more equitable, diverse, and inclusive leadership.

What You’ll Learn

In this webinar you’ll learn:

  • The potential of empathy and inclusion in your organization;
  • 3 common forms of collateral damage to watch out for in your efforts to build empathy and inclusion; and
  • How to implement the 4 steps of REAL to:
    • Reveal relevant opportunities,
    • Elevate equity,
    • Activate diversity, and
    • Lead more inclusively.

We can partner with you to create custom leadership solutions to shift mindsets, behaviors, and practices toward more equitable, diverse, and inclusive teams and organizations. Learn more about how our EDI practice can help you fulfill your commitment to fostering greater empathy and inclusion in the workplace.

About the Presenters

Abigail Dunne-Moses

Abigail Dunne-Moses
Global Director, EDI Practice
Center for Creative Leadership

Abigail Dunne-Moses is the global director of our 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.

Emma Flack

Emma Flack
Leadership Solutions Partner
Center for Creative Leadership

Emma Flack is a Leadership Solutions Partner with us, designing and delivering custom leadership programs for managers and senior leaders across various industries. Her focus areas include change leadership, and Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion 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.

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