“Rarely does an external speaker cause us to deeply reflect on what we have heard and the implications for this executive teams leadership. You have done that today”
An organization’s ability to build and sustain diverse teams at every level, from the Board to entry-level roles, is widely evidenced to be directly correlated to various measures of business success. The ability to deliver on this begins and ends with Leadership. Through thought provoking executive leadership sessions we explore diversity and inclusion as an Adaptive Leadership challenge. We provide the opportunity for a deep understanding of the implications of research, enable exploration and discussion of executive mindsets and stereotypes, together with expression and resolution of frustrations and unmet expectations of approaches undertaken to date. Our briefings provide an opportunity for an impactful, and transformative executive experience.
Unconscious Knowledge and Bias
What does it cover?
Bias in Selection Decisions
Leadership and Bias
Achieving the productivity benefits that flexible work practices are known to deliver requires two foundation achievements. Managers are able to effectively support and implement flexible work practices and co-workers collaboratively support arrangements that provide equal access to flexibility, which requires acknowledging and debunking the stereotype that flexibility is principally associated with caring responsibilities and that men that seek to work flexibly aren’t committed to their career. Commencing with organisation insights and culminating in 3 hour workshops with intact teams based on a unique implementation approach to maximise success our workshops position flexibility as a key business enabler.
Diversity leadership program
Ethical leadership is examined through the lens of adaptive problem solving. Insights from moral philosophy and moral psychology are combined in an integrated framework for applied ethical decision making. Common biases that contribute to unethical decision making, such as self-protection, ethical fading, framing and loss aversion, are juxtaposed with different forms of ethical reasoning in the discussion of applied discussion points and case studies. Leaders are provided with the tools and frameworks to be able to think systematically and strategically about ethical issues and the creation of systems, processes and cultures that facilitate ethical action in teams and organizations.
What does it cover?
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