BIMA Members Only
The 3rd Tuesday of every month is the regular spot for BIMA’s new masterclass programme – offering digital professionals practical solutions that can be used within the workplace.
The industry is on the brink of disruption as we move in to the unknown, from remote work to hybrid work. Never before has inclusive leadership been a more essential mindset and skill. The expectations of the workforce have changed. This change will democratise access to opportunities and the best leaders will empathize with the unique needs of different groups and see hybrid work as a lever to attract the best and most diverse talent.
What will you learn?
Are you working on increasing your employees’ feelings of inclusion in your workplace? Did you know there are 6 different aspects of inclusion at work? And none of them involve after-work beers!
Join Cat Wildman and Leon Walker from The Global Equality Collective who will be hosting an interactive session for leaders on how inclusion is linked with wellbeing at work and giving you loads of tips that you can put in place straight away.
Who is it for?
This masterclass is designed primarily for individuals working in leadership who are looking for ways to upgrade and consolidate processes within the workplace now that we are remote and digital. If you are interested in the new workplace expectations and standards- sign up.
This hands- on, interactive masterclass is designed for BIMA Members only. Don’t miss out as spaces are limited. Sign up now.
For more information on becoming a BIMA Member visit the BIMA Site or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cat Wildman, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of the Global Equality Collective
Cat is is an award-winning Product person and a mum of 3. She studied science throughout her education, earning a degree in Biomedical and Physiological Sciences. From there she went into Technology and found her home. As Co-Founder of the GEC, Cat’s aim is to give organisations all the data, tools and education they need in order to break their own new ground in DEI (she’s convinced that we can all become experts in diversity, equality and inclusion and in fact, most of us already are, we just need a little help to believe it).
Even as a STEM ‘lifer’, it wasn’t until she became an employer that Cat realised there was such a problem with gender disparity in the workplace, especially in STEM careers. However, it was when she became a mother that she realised that she had a personal responsibility to change things.
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Tue, 13 Jul 2021
10:00 - 11:00