The Whitehall & Industry Group (WIG), a charity working to better understanding between sectors, wanted to engage business leaders in conversations about race following the acceleration of the Black Lives Matter movement.
We designed a three-part conversation series on anti-racism, factoring in psychological safety and expert facilitation.
Senior business leaders left with enhanced self-awareness and confidence that they could take back to their own organisations.
“Raafi Alidina is an energetic and thoughtful facilitator. His course was a quick and easy to follow introduction to anti-racism concepts, with really engaging resources and ideas to take away and implement in our own organisations. I really enjoyed the course and learned a lot. Would highly recommend, especially to those who are looking to make immediate changes individually and in their organisations.”
Anonymous delegate, Whitehall and Industry Group
University of Exeter Medical School
Working towards an inclusion strategy with The European Centre for Environment and Human Health, University of Exeter Medical School
In collaboration with Included, the Centre applied for and received short term D&I funding from the UK Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) to carry out the Reflections from a Centre of Environment and Human Health (REACH) Project.
Training in a Global Sports Equipment Company
Challenge This prominent sports equipment retailer wanted to launch learning sessions for its EMEA team to strengthen their understanding of D&I issues, specifically on allyship, anti-racism, and LGBTQ+ inclusion. Action Included is delivering training to over 300 staff across EMEA, which has included multi-part sessions on each of the key topics. These interactive sessions –...
Global Media Agency
Coaching in a Global Media Agency
Challenge We started work with this global media agency in 2021. The agency runs a federated model, meaning leadership frameworks and competencies had been decentralised and inconsistent. Behaviours were also inconsistent from agency to agency, with levels of understanding on diversity and inclusion mixed. In some cases there were overtly uninclusive behaviours and challenging cultural aspects across the agencies, with leaders not always...
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