Thursday 25 June 2020 12 PM – 2 PM ( AEST)
This pandemic has put our organisational systems, practices and decision making under the microscope. As we work hard to support our team members – whether they be front line workers, transitioned ‘work from homers’, people on stand down or those working additional overtime, considering the potential inequalities that arise when making changes to policy and practice is paramount. Organisations who recognise the differing impact on people due to their diversity such as gender, race, ability, health status, nationality or any combination of these are undoubtably ahead in terms of engagement and morale.
Can we use this crisis as a disruptor to refine systems and processes that better reflect the needs of our diverse and now, more distributed teams? The objective of this forum is to identify from participants the actions their organisations have taken to protect diversity, and what can be done to ensure positive new ways of working are retained post COVID-19.
Who should attend this Forum?
People in positions of influence over process, practice or policy for your organisation such as operational team leaders, middle managers, HR business partners, diversity specialists, or members of a relevant special project team.
Places are limited
These Forums are small, targeted and for those ready to share examples of good practice, keen to learn from others and prepared to turn conversation into action. Two representatives from 10 member companies can attend and registrations are taken on a first come first served basis. Your nominated attendees will need to be prepared to contribute, either with case studies showcasing the work your organisation has been doing OR with well thought through questions and challenges that you are finding it difficult to overcome.
To ensure your organisation has two places at our virtual table please register your nominations now with your nominated colleagues’ names, titles and email address.
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