Why do you need Inclusive Leadership?
Research from social psychology tells us that leaders, like all human beings, naturally tend to gravitate toward like-minded individuals.
Making diversity and inclusion a priority begins at the top of any organisation. Inclusive leadership is critical for organisations that want to adopt an inclusive culture to create a great workplace for all levels of employees. Being an inclusive leader takes more than surrounding yourself with employees with different perspectives and backgrounds.
Employees want an open, unique, team-oriented, transparent, and inviting workplace for everyone. They want to ask and ensure they feel a sense of belonging and value.
What Can You Expect from These Series
The Inclusive Leadership Series includes six episodes in a bi-monthly period. The peer-to-peer session touches on the topics each workplace leader and manager should know about leading a diverse team and building an inclusive culture. The lessons we learned in this session will assist leaders in igniting and fueling an environment where diversity is welcomed and fueled to achieve better results.
Series 1 – Leading Self
Session 1.1 – Embracing a Respectful Workplace (29 November 2022)
Session 1.2 – Excelling D&I Intelligence (24 January 2023)
Session 1.3 – Am I Biased? (28 March 2023)
Session 1.4 – How to Influence Workplace Norms? (May 2023
Series 2 – Leading Culture
Session 2.1 – Leading the Communications (July 2023)
Session 2.2 – Start Cultivating the Culture from You (August 2023)
Meet the Facilitator
Kyawt Kay Thi Win is a DEI thought leader, strategist, and Country Director of the Business Coalition for Gender Equality. Kyawt designed and developed the first workplace gender equality index and assessment in the country, ‘Know Your WGE’, which guides organisations in their gender reporting process. Kyawt consults with businesses and organisations on strategic solutions for fostering equitable and inclusive workplaces. This important work focuses on including nurturing inclusive leadership, creating a workplace for all, embracing respectful workplaces, combatting unconscious bias, leading inclusive communications, and overcoming norms and stereotypes which improve employee engagement and increasing productivity within organisation. She has become a leading voice for the business sector agenda on DEI in Myanmar recognised by the Asia D&I Champion Award 2022 from Women Icons Network. She is the president of the ASEAN Human Development organisation, Myanmar Chapter, founder of Up The Starts and sits on the Advisory Board of Women’s Voice Leadership Myanmar and Myanmar Sustainable Business Network.
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