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Improving Diversity and Inclusion in Senior Leadership: A workshop to help recruit diverse senior leaders

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posted on 2023-03-03, 22:45 authored by Rowland MosbergenRowland Mosbergen
Improving Diversity and Inclusion in Senior Leadership is a workshop to help recruit diverse senior management.

It provides a framework to understand that the underlying problem is systemic, the difficulties that accumulate over time for diverse candidates aiming for senior leadership positions, and it gives you practical advice and tips on things you can actually do right now to make a difference.

In comparison with other D&I documentation and reports there are three emerging differences:

1. In most work it seems there is no integrated explanation why changes should be made along with how to practically change things as an individual and systematically. With this presentation these points are covered,

2. In most work the cumulative effect of discrimination across an individual's lives is either not explained in depth or is not mentioned at all. This is actually an extremely important point when looking at senior leadership recruitment and is covered in this presentation.

3. In most work it is common to use numbers, percentages and the idea of being more productive to prove diversity is worthwhile. This is a subtle form of dehumanisation and can make it more difficult to ensure that people see this as a moral and ethical issue. This presentation focuses on the use of stories and logic to explain without using dehumanising numbers (up until visualising intersectionality unfortunately).

This should be read by CEOs and other C-Suite management.

The tips for individuals and organisations are from slides 47 to 66.


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