Practical Seminar for Organisational Change
Applications are open for the next seminar in our series of 1 day seminars:
1 October: Intersectionality in Practice: Uncovering our identities at work to embrace change, provides an opportunity to take a deep look at the identities which we present at work and those that are seen, unknown or ignored by our colleagues. We also look to see how these are manifest in the structure of organisations. How do we all live with and manage the socio-emotional expectations that are placed upon us in the workplace in the light of these factors? And how do we carry their weight in relation to working with difference? We will build on this to explore how constructions of organisational identities serve to perpetuate social inequalities.
Through the ‘Ladder of Intersectionality’, we will explore ourselves and the organisations in which we work. Participants will also work on notions of unconscious bias and ‘othering’ and apply them to their own workplace experience.
By surfacing the interconnections, can we develop and find opportunities for deep-seated change?
This seminar is part of a series of 1-day seminars on Organisational Change. These ‘shamelessly practical’ seminars will delve into the dilemmas, difficulties and joys that arise on a regular basis in organisational life.
They are for leaders; managers; Human Resource professionals; coaches; leadership, team and organisational development practitioners; psychologists and other social scientists – anyone working with change in 1:1, group, organisational and system contexts.
They are designed so that you can attend just one or two or the whole series. Each seminar is held on a single day in central London and is non-residential. You can apply here.
For a leaflet and more details of the fee and discount packages, future seminar dates and venue or if you have any questions, please contact Rachel Kelly: Professional Development Manager.