Another Seat at The Table

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£150.00

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Diversity & Inclusion Training Solution

Are you a:

CEO or manager looking for guidance on how you can incorporate have diverse boardroom and workplace where everyone has a seat at the table.

Or an employee wanting to know what part you can play in promoting D&I in your workplace?

Then this training is for you.

The #1 business topic today is not…

  • Leadership, or
  • Sales training, or
  • Personal growth

This training will take you beyond the definition of D&I but help you identify which of the five roles you do you identify with.

In a nutshell, it is about empowering people by respecting and appreciating what makes them different, in terms of age, gender, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual orientation, education, and national origin.

Now more than ever, companies, organizations, teams, and businesses of all sizes are seeking solutions. The one area for which every company needs a solution, regardless of industry or size, is in the area of Diversity & Inclusion.

Why is this? Well, aside from the obvious moral reasons, it is becoming more strikingly clear that there is a direct link between having a diverse and inclusive workforce/environment and having a growing, robust organization.

Your employees want a solution, need a solution, and will feel the pain if they don’t have a solution in the area of Diversity & Inclusion training. They want to do the right thing!

What you will get:

  • Will address most critical points for all individuals to grasp when it comes to the topic of Diversity and Inclusion.
  • Help you identify which or what roles you play in your organisation.
  • Awareness is the first step to making any changes.
  • Without awareness, it’s impossible to start the foundation of Diversity & Inclusion in the workplace

Facilitator: Linda Muyobo

Linda is the Director and Founder of Linda Muyobo Limited. Linda believes that taking 100% responsibility of your life, consciously and intentionally walking in forgiveness are the prerequisite to fully walking in your purpose and serving with passion. Linda believes that we all have the answers however, due fear and self-limiting beliefs individuals are not fully tapping into areas of strength. As a coach I will ask you questions that you maybe have shied away from asking yourself to bring you to full self-awareness that you need to start walking in your purpose. I belief in and practice holistic coaching to create transformation from within. As an Occupational Therapist Assistant, I assess, support, and implement strategies to assist my clients get back to their baseline, build confidence in areas they are struggling with and set goals that are achievable. With the right support and guidance, coupled with a shift in mindset, every individual can achieve their dreams.

Linda is Certified John Maxwell Coach, Speaker & Trainer

Certified John Maxwell DISC Trainer

Facilitated at the Ireland/Uganda 25th Ireland & Uganda Trade Investment Conference attended by High Commission of Uganda to the UK & Ireland, High Commissioner of Ireland to Uganda, Diplomats from both Uganda, and Ireland.

Certified diversity and inclusion trainer and SHRM recertified to train on diversity and inclusion. As a branch leader for The Christian Millionaire Book Club Croydon Branch, I lead by example. As my mentor John Maxwell puts it succinctly “A leader must be close enough to relate to others, but far enough ahead to motivate them”. I implement this by constantly adding value in me to be able to lead and add value to my team.

As a person of value who values people, during this crisis besides coaching adults, I decided to add value to the youth 8 – 18 yr olds.

1 review for Another Seat at The Table

C O

C O

Thank you so much for yesterday’s session . This gave me an insight into the importance of inclusion within the decision-making process when it comes to managing change.

The session also made me aware as to why there is a reluctance to include everyone in that process as there may be fear of a few people resisting change and that could be seen to be obstructing change.

I think that this is a good course on managing change and the importance of having diverse thinking being included in the process. This would lead to greater cooperation among staff overall.

I will therefore recommend your programme to our EDI manager; although we may not receive a positive response until things settle in the new year.

Thanks once again Linda

CO
Lecturer Regent’s University

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