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NSW Central West Online Network Forum
With many of our efforts to shift the dial and measure Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) impact still stuck in a diversity ‘numbers’ game and ‘activity’ space, it’s time to re-think how to design a robust D&I approach and interventions that deliver REAL impact to increase staff engagement, innovation and financial performance.
Drawing from client research and extensive D&I strategy and training experience over 25 years, Fiona will share her D&I Strategy Maturity Impact Model © that provides a roadmap and practical tool to help Executives and Senior Leaders to lead and drive system and culture change. In this workshop she will show you how to assess your organisation’s current D&I cultural maturity state and identify the critical action steps to value and leverage workforce diversity to achieve greater consistency of practice and business performance.
Whether starting the strategic D&I journey, getting traction with your strategy, or at the stage of shifting mindsets, system and culture to embed D&I into how you do business, this interactive workshop will provide you with the latest D&I thinking, practical techniques and examples of how culture and systemic change is being achieved to help overcome obstacles along the way. Key themes and learning areas include:
• What is the difference between workforce diversity, inclusion, equity & equality
• Benefits of a diverse and inclusive workplace
• What is the best practice in D&I and how do you know where to focus your efforts
• What resources / information are available to assist you
• Working with champions / advocates in your organization
• Ideas on how to build D&I capability in your organization
• How do you measure your D&I success
• Call to action. What’s next? What will you do after today to establish your D&I goals (short to long term)
The workshop will be fun and interactive and suits a wide audience, from those who are just at the start of their Diversity journey, to experienced HR practitioners and business managers. Online breakout rooms will be used to facilitate targeting content at the right level.
HR Practitioners may like to invite one of the managers in your business to attend with you, as a business champion for D&I.
This forum is suitable for:
HR Practitioners of all career levels, specifically in the roles of:
• Organisational Development
• HR Business partner
• Workforce planning
• Diversity and Inclusion
Speaker: Fiona Krautil, Founder & Principal Consultant, Diversity Knowhow
Fiona is one of Australia’s leading gender equity, D&I specialists. Utilising the latest best practice and her extensive industry experience, she enables organisations to develop robust strategies that deliver staff ownership and action.
Fiona also delivers innovative education solutions that energise people and inspire new conversations to create practical solutions that shift the dial and increase employee engagement, innovation, customer service and profit. Fiona is a certified member of the Australian HR Institute (AHRI), a founding member of AHRI’s D&I Reference Panel and an AHRI D&I Awards judge.
Her leadership roles include D&I lead at Uniting and previously Head of D&I at University of Sydney, ANZ Bank, Director of Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency Westpac, Esso, and Department of Agriculture. Her consulting clients include policing, property, roads, health, universities, financial services, mining, power, retail, associations and not for profits. In 2014 Fiona launched her book “Diversity Unplugged – how leading CEOs champion workplace inclusion.”
Registration closes Tuesday 16 June 2020
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