WATCH NOW: How to be an LGBT+ Inclusive Organisation

Join our business psychologists for a series on how to become an LGBT+ inclusive organisation.

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LGBT+ Inclusion: The importance of language and terminology

A key reason for the exclusion of LGBT+ employees is the relative silence about their experiences, which means that awareness of the challenges faced by this community is limited. For some people language is a barrier to increasing understanding coupled with a fear of saying the wrong thing. In this webinar, Dr Ashley Williams will discuss the importance of dialogue for moving the dial on LGBT+ inclusion, and explore ways in which you can navigate LGBT+ language and terminology.

Attitudes, stigma, and the LGBT+ community: It’s not the fish, it’s the water

Professor Binna Kandola OBE examines how context and societal norms impact the stereotypes and attitudes towards the LGBT+ community. In particular, the webinar explores how people from this community came to be stigmatised by an examination of people’s attitudes through history.

Gender Pronouns: More than just email footers

Misgendering a person can be extremely hurtful, which is why many organisations have taken steps to minimise this, including the sharing of gender pronouns on email footers. However, this initiative can also have some unintended negative consequences. In this webinar, Dr Ashley Williams discusses the importance of normalising conversation about pronouns, and the reasons why we need to consider steps beyond sharing pronouns on email footers.

LGBT+ & Disability: Taking an intersectional approach

Professor Binna Kandola OBE takes an intersectional approach by exploring the research focusing on members of the LGBT+ community with disabilities. This webinar will look at the particular issues that this minority group faces and what this means for organisational policy and practices.

Allyship: Beyond Pride

Allies play a vital role in progressing LGBT+ equality. Although many people would consider themselves to be supportive allies, it can be difficult to know how to continually show support for the LGBT+ community. In this webinar, Psychologist Clare Reynolds shares what it means to be an ally and offers some practical ways that you can support the LGBT+ community all year round.

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