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Fostering inclusion in the workplace - workshop for service staff 28.4

Diversity & Inclusion worshop for service staff - please sign up by 26 April at the latest.
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Organizations with inclusive culture are much more likely to have high performing teams and to support the well-being of their employees. Inclusion fosters openness, psychological safety, and a sense of belonging, welcoming new ideas, and making sure that everyone’s voice is being heard. Building inclusion is not just a state of mind and it requires understanding and actions both in individual and organization level. To build inclusive workplaces, we need to learn both about behavioral and structural inclusion and what are steps that all of us can do to be more inclusive for others.

In April 2021, two trainings / workshops will be organized for Aalto's service personnel, which will deal with the promotion of diversity and inclusion in the work community. We recommend participating in both, but only participation in the other is also possible.

In this workshop we will go through some theory, practical examples, group discussion and different exercises.

Target group:

This training is open to all service staff members at Aalto

Facilitators:

Julia Hämäläinen
Julia is a D&I specialist and People Operations professional with broad experience in attracting and engaging global talent in fast-paced organizations. She helps companies to build strategies, actions plans and taking concrete actions in a variety of different functional areas such as: Leadership, Recruiting, HR processes, Culture and Communications. Before joining Inklusiiv, she has a background working in the tech industry as the Global HR Operations Lead at Smartly.io and the Chief People Officer of Slush. Julia holds a Master’s Degree from Aalto University School of Business and has also completed law studies in University of Helsinki.

Yesmith Sánchez
Yesmith is D&I specialist and Business Strategy professional with broad experience building up and engaging diverse teams in rapidly changing environments. She helps companies to build D&I strategies, actions plans and taking concrete actions in a variety of different functional areas such as: Leadership, Internal Communication, and Organizational Culture. Before joining Inklusiiv, she has a background working in agile minded businesses and organizations advocating for diversity as a change factor. Yesmith holds a Master’s Degree from Hanken School of Economics in International Management and Strategy.

See information on the other workshop organised on 15 April

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