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Webinar - Inclusive Leadership for Innovation NEW

21 March 2023
Event information
Date 11 July 2023
Time 10:00-12:00 (Timezone: Europe/London)
Price Exclusive to members of The Henley Partnership *Up to 50 Places*
Venue Online
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Innovation is the subject where the most diverse views, experiences and mindsets bring the greatest opportunity for fresh thinking. Those businesses with a diverse workforce and the right culture to make the most of it, are getting ahead of those who don’t – and the results are speaking for themselves. This session will look at how to best harness diversity of thinking for commercial advantage.

Learning outcomes

  • learn the four key qualities of inclusive leadership
  • recognise the challenges you might face when trying to create a more inclusive workplace and culture
  • understand the nature, origin and consequences of cognitive blind spots and biases – such as in-group thinking
  • appreciate the link between building diversity and inclusion efforts to business strategy (see The Equity Effect report)

Dr Naeema Pasha

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Naeema is a leading expert in the future of work skills and transitions – including the impact of AI, diversity and hybrid working. As Director of Future of Work, EDI, and Henley Careers and Professional Development at Henley Business School, Naeema led an influential research project on race equity in UK businesses – The Equity Effect. Her wider research and consulting includes tech adoption and changing workplaces , Gen Z and the four-day week.

Naeema has written and spoken extensively for publications, including BBC Worklife, Forbes and the CIPD’s People Management magazine (on transformations in workplaces). She is co-author of Futureproof Your Career: How to Lead and Succeed in a Changing World, which addresses diversity, technologies and societal impacts, and the impact of the pandemic. She was named one of the IFPC–online Top 50 Worldwide Influencers on AI Ethics in 2020 and placed 11th of Most Influential Thinkers by HR Magazine in 2021.

She is a Principal Practitioner of the Association for Business Psychology and is currently an independent consultant working with leaders to help them meet these specific challenges more effectively.

*Up to 50 places per member organisation. 'Up to' indicates the maximum number per member organisation, it is not an allocation of places. All places are subject to availability at the time of booking.

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