Established for Managers, Directors and CEOs across organisations who would like support with driving the equality, diversity and inclusion remit. Our peer support group will focus on current challenges and opportunities specific to the implementation of diversity and inclusion into practice.
– Robust policies & procedures
– Managing bullying and harassment effectively
– The value of Equality monitoring (staff and service users)
– Diverse representation in advertising and communications
– Managing Unconscious Bias
– Inclusive recruitment processes
The facilitated group will be using an action learning approach – to bring real workplace challenges to get support resolving. The group is a safe and confidential space with expert facilitation.
What the network offers:
– Honest, confidential discussions and feedback within the frame of group constructed ground rules
– Degree of accountability to taking action
– An opportunity for members to collaborate and develop fair effective practices
– Facilitators who have knowledge and expertise in this area
Group size: 8 – 15 people (carefully matched peers)
Session length: 2 hours
Duration: Six meetings minimum
In order to maintain continuity, group members must attend all six meetings
Timeframe: Second Friday of each month starting on Friday 13th September from 2 – 4 pm
Closing event will be a celebration dinner
Secure your place
Charity Diversity and Inclusion Network£300.00 – £500.00 per 4 months
In partnership with
Snéha Khilay – Managing Director Blue Tulip Consultancy
Bringing with her 20 years of experience in diversity, inclusion, Management of Harassment and unconscious bias in the workplace.
Inspired by the Gandhi quote “be the change you want to see in the world”, Snéha has advised Board Members, CEOs, Executive Directors, and Senior Managers on how to develop a strategic and operational approach to the changing stance on cultural diversity, inclusion, unconscious bias and managing harassment.
Snéha enjoys supporting organisations find effective solutions to their diversity dilemmas, to ensure that senior managers and staff are conscientious in the area of diversity and inclusion.
For many years Snéha has been the chair of Group 1 Ella Forum, a leadership development programme, designed to develop leaders of charities and social enterprises through sharing of best practice and coaching. She is also a facilitator on the Windsor Leadership Programme and provides business coaching for Regional Directors at United Nations and Save The Children, Snéha is an Advisory Board Member for University of Hertfordshire Business School, a Chair of the Thought and Action Group on Diversity and Inclusion, Engage for Success and has recently been appointed as an Advisory Member of the Local Enterprise Partnership. Snéha was previously a board member for Watford Palace Theatre.