Register now! Inclusive Development: the key to every employee reaching their full potential
In our next webinar series, as part of our contribution to National Inclusion Week, we identify how organisations can maximise the potential of each and every one of their employees.
Using applied psychology and our own data, we will explore how organisations can create a truly inclusive culture, where every individual can benefit from a range of impactful development opportunities.
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Bias in performance management: What do we know and what can we do?
Monday 27thSeptember, 9:15 – 10:00
Performance Management is a key process in promoting employees and creating learning and development opportunities. Stuart Duff, Head of Development at Pearn Kandola, explores the research looking at bias in Performance Management and draws out themes and recommendations for all organisations.
Building inclusive teams: Unleash the potential in every employee
Tuesday 28thSeptember, 9:15 – 10:00
Teams that are inclusive perform better, are more innovative, and report greater wellbeing. But how do we build inclusive teams and what differentiates those that are exclusive to those that are inclusive? In this webinar, Dr Jo Kandola explores the critical ingredients to creating an inclusive team and discusses how PK:INDYNAMICS TEAMS can help individuals and organisations understand what actions they need to take to be more inclusive.
The impact of talent development centres
Wednesday 29thSeptember, 9:15 – 10:00
James Meachin, Partner at Pearn Kandola, draws on longitudinal research to show how Talent Development Centres can assess ability and potential more fairly and effectively than organisations’ internal processes.
Thursday 30thSeptember, 9:15 – 10:00
Everyone recognises the importance of talking about diversity and inclusion in organisations. Leaders in particular need to engage to set an example to everybody else. However, some feel reluctant to demonstrate the support for diversity and inclusion for fear of saying the wrong things and causing unnecessary offence. This webinar, presented by Professor Binna Kandola OBE, examines what it means to communicate inclusively: from the words we use, the visual images we employ, to who gets to have their voice heard.
Inclusion: Why bother? A deep dive into motivation
Friday 1st October, 9:15 – 10:00
People are motivated by all kinds of things. When it comes to inclusion, this is no different. Join Dr Ashley Williams to examine our latest research exploring the importance of motivation for creating and maintaining inclusive workplaces. This webinar will showcase our latest digital solution, PK:DRIVE, which gives individuals, teams and organisations deep insight into the role of motivation in helping and hindering efforts to be inclusive.