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It is reported that most professionals spend a third of their adult life in a workplace, so it’s more than reasonable for professionals to expect their experiences in the workplace to be consistent with a personal sense of worth, value, respect, or esteem that is derived from one’s humanity and individual social position; as well as being treated respectfully by others. Yet, this is not the reported case in many organisations around the world.
The concept of Workplace dignity is a frequent discussion point aligned to frameworks such as diversity and inclusion, health and safety, and policies aligned to equal opportunity or anti-discrimination. This topical issue has come to light even more since changes to workplace environments and interactions during Covid-19 such as remote working arrangements that has inhibited social interactions and relationship building.
Be part of what is set to be a thought provoking yet pragmatic exclusive panel interview and discussion with Natasha Harris HR Director to Chief Digital Information Officer Group at HM Revenue and Customs. She will be sharing more than two decades working insights on how organisations can create an inclusive, respectful workplace, and who has the responsibility to do so. This session will bring some of the complex issues to life with the aim of enabling you to do something differently the moment you get back to your office.
This session aims for you to:
Understand what dignity violations and practices such as microaggressions are and the impact they have on individual’s wellbeing and performance
Understand how workplace dignity is closely related to the quality, inclusivity and frequency of interactions and patterns of communications between leaders, team members, stakeholders, customers and beyond
Identify ways organisations and individuals can build supportive and inclusive work cultures
Learn techniques to deliver constructive feedback to others on matters which concern them
Open to all CITF Members who would like to understand more about how they can make impactful changes for themselves, peers, and organisations.
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