One-day Workshop in Amman

An Introduction to Inclusive Leadership

Understand how to enhance and support the development of inclusive behaviours, not only for yourself, but within your leadership team.

Programmes Dates

17th March 2018

Location

Zain Innovation Campus ZINC
King Hussein Business Park Building 23
King Abdullah II Street
Amman, Jordan

Cost

$300

Introduction

The global marketplace creates a need for a more diverse workforce, one that can maximise its collective experience to create competitive advantage. This in turn places fresh demands on leaders to create a working environment where differences can flourish and everyone can play their best game every day. Inclusive leaders need to be self-aware. They must commit to the development of diverse talent pipelines and, above all else, have the moral courage to challenge and break down barriers. This workshop follows the successful session on Aspiring Women Leaders held in Amman last year.

This 1 day experiential workshop is about understanding how to enhance and support the development of inclusive behaviours, not only for yourself, but within your leadership team. It is beneficial to anyone who wishes to learn and better develop their mindset and organisation on inclusivity.

The Workshop

Helping delegates to:

  • Increase their AWARENESS of the importance of inclusion in the workplace & inclusive leadership behaviours
  • ACCEPT that changes and adjustments in organisational practices and individual ways of working are often necessary to create an inclusive culture
  • Take ACTION around personal and team development in order to champion change

Programmes Dates

17th March 2018

Location

Zain Innovation Campus ZINC
King Hussein Business Park Building 23
King Abdullah II Street
Amman, Jordan

Cost

$300 (USD)

Our development workshops are highly experiential and feature a balance between theory and practice. We use a careful selection of academic models to help delegates explore concepts and think about how they apply in their own ‘world of work’, and practical activities to encourage and support behavioural change. We encourage reflection, discussion, debate and experimentation.

Topic areas:

The Case for Inclusion:

  • What we mean by inclusion in the workplace
  • The business case – research findings
  • An Inclusive Mindset – do you have one?

Inclusive Culture

  • What causes people to feel excluded
  • Barriers to inclusion – an audit of organisation culture to identify areas for improvement
  • Creating alignment – embedding, promoting and measuring inclusive practices

Inclusive Leadership

  • Characteristics of inclusive leaders – a definition to explore role, purpose and behaviours
  • Identifying and valuing difference – exploring how to accommodate others’ preferences
  • Self-awareness including unconscious bias – appreciating how your behaviours impact others
  • Role modelling – how to promote inclusion through your ‘Leadership Shadow’
  • Championing change – how to make a difference and help others do the same

Facilitators

Johanne Malin

Johanne has over 20 years’ experience in leadership and management development and has a background in organisational development. Having joined IDG in 2015, she is responsible for delivering development solutions to our clients across the globe.
Johanne has worked with clients in both the public and private sectors focusing on improving performance through people. Johanne is a graduate of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst and served as an officer in the Royal Military Police for 10 years. She was responsible for a number of specialist teams and deployed operationally in leadership roles.

Noor Asem

Noor joined IDG in 2015 as a consultant for the Middle East. Her responsibilities are to help build a world-class regional brand synonymous with leadership development programmes that achieve sustainable behavioural change.
Specifically, Noor engages in strategic business development, as well as programme design and facilitation.
She is an executive and certified coach with The Coaching Training Institute; CTI. She has years of experience in facilitation and programme design on self-development and youth empowerment.

Jimmy Gordon

Based in London, Jimmy is regularly in Amman where he has lead the Senior Civil Service Development Programme over the past seven years. He facilitates and coaches multi-disciplinary and multi-organisational teams in collaborating effectively to achieve challenging performance goals. He particularly enjoys enabling clever people to be more effective in dealing with human beings and working with a cross-section of Jordanians aged between 16 and 60!

When and Where

17th March 2018
Zain Innovation Campus ZINC
King Hussein Business Park Building 23
King Abdullah II Street
Amman, Jordan
0900 – 1600

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