23 Jul 2019
Crafting the Inclusion and Diversity Narrative of the Future
Identify and define leadership capabilities and skills required to successfully lead and manage the future workforce, and develop a genuinely inclusive narrative to guide the organisational transformation.
Not moving the needle?
Join this case study based session which provides a new approach and toolkit via practical application for experienced D&I practitioners.
This is an opportunity to stretch your strategic thinking and approach to navigate the changing nature of both work and the workforce using strategic marketing and design thinking techniques.
Through this workshop, you can gain practical experience to think strategically and holistically around future workforce composition by:
Setting strategic objectives for future workforce composition
Identifying and defining leadership capabilities and skills required to successfully lead and manage the future workforce
Developing a genuinely inclusive narrative, grounded in the organisation purpose, to guide the transformation
Stretch your thinking
Deep drive to a forward and future focused case study
Discover and use new tools and approaches you can use immediately in your everyday practice
Be “on the tools” and practice in a fun and safe session
Build and tap into your network to take a different approach
Function: General / Mixed
Level: Middle / Senior
Seats are limited. Our cut off date for registration is on 19-July-2019 (12:00 A.M.). Register Now!
Katrina NorthmoreFounder, Inclusion by DesignKatrina North is an MBA quilted experienced executive and non-executive director with a background in strategy and governance.
Founder, Inclusion by Design
Most recently Katrina was the Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Asia Pacific, leading a cross cultural team of 9 accountable for the inclusion experience of the ~45,000 “EYers” across the 22 countries of Asia Pacific and representing APAC globally for the firm.
Successfully increasing the inclusion experience year on year required the cultural agility to successfully navigate the “clear white space” of cultural preferences across APAC to recognise, value and harness the value of difference in the service of better outcomes and experiences.