As awareness about neurodiversity grows, organisations are recognising the importance of responding to the wider needs of neurodivergent thinkers.
Being able to challenge behaviour, decisions or practices is an important part of the collaborative working process.
Allies use their power, voice and privilege to act in solidarity with individuals from marginalised or minority groups.
Effective delegation supports staff development and employee engagement, helps to build a culture of trust, and improves both individual and team performance.
Giving feedback is an essential part of supporting the development of your staff.
Inclusive leaders know how to leverage a diversity of skills, experience and perspectives in a way that delivers competitive advantage for their organisation.
This course looks at the impact that ageist bias and stereotypes can have in the workplace.
The menopause and perimenopause can cause a wide range of debilitating symptoms that impact negatively on work and relationships.