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This tool helps you understand the different community groups in your local population, and how you can better engage with, recruit and retain people from these groups.
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Stepping Up is a fully funded, two to three month positive action programme from the NHS Leadership Academy. It has been designed for individuals who have an interest in developing their leadership abilities and want to be involved in creating a transformational change in equality and diversity across the healthcare sector.
The programme aims to create greater levels of sustainable inclusion within the NHS by addressing the social, organisational and psychological barriers restricting BAME colleagues from progressing within the NHS. It is split into two cohorts – one for bands 5 and 6 and another for people in band 7 roles and runs across four or five residential dates (depending on cohort). The programme has been designed specifically for these colleagues.
“I feel more confident and able to harness the power of cultural heritage to improve my abilities as a leader.” David Van de Velde, Nurse, Central and North West NHS Foundation Trust
Take a look at the participant guide here for information on submitting an application. Deadline for applications is Monday 1st October 2018, please be aware that this offer is in high demand.
If you require any further information, please contact us on 0113 322 5699. We look forward to supporting you in your leadership journey.
NHS England are holding six regional engagement events in March 2018 which will provide participants with information about the Workforce Disability Equality Standard (WDES). Participants will be consulted on the proposals for the WDES metrics and also the indicative timetable for the publication of the WDES.
The events will provide the opportunity for participants to give feedback, hear about best practice in relation to workforce disability equality, meet colleagues from across the NHS and strengthen networks.
The dates and locations for the engagement events are:
16th March – Leeds
19th March – Bristol
21st March – Newcastle
23th March - Cambridge
26th March - London
28th March - Birmingham
Learn more about the WDES or visit the NHS England website for more detailed information. For further resources on various types of employment related disabilities take a look at our disability confident, workforce disability and learning disabilities web pages.
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If you’re interested in how diversity is shaping the modern workforce and missed our conference in September, listen to our podcast to hear from the keynote speakers as they share their own perspective on the key themes from the day.
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Launched to celebrate LGBT History Month, NHS Employers' new web pages have information, tools, resources and shared learning to improve your understanding of the issues relating to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality in the workplace.
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The long running and hugely successful Personal, Fair and Diverse (PFD) campaign has around 5000 champions across organisations in the NHS.
If you are passionate about an NHS with patients at its heart, care about working in an NHS which is fair and accessible to all, and believe that diverse workplaces make organisations better, you should join our PFD champions network.
To refresh the campaign we are launching a PFD closed Facebook group. By joining the new Facebook group you can become part of a wider conversation, sharing stories, learning, best practice and ideas with PFD champions from the NHS.
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Dan is highly respected as a subject matter expert on workplace inclusion. He has a particular expertise in the science and application of unconscious bias and leadership decision making, as well as the role of organisational culture in shaping leadership and team behaviours.
Dan is acknowledged as an inspirational speaker and expert facilitator, having delivered workshops to global organisations based in London, Madrid, Paris, Amsterdam, Beijing, Frankfurt, Munich, Brussels, Zurich, Moscow, Dubai, New York, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Singapore, Shanghai, and Bali.
Dan spoke at the diversity and inclusion conference about how the behaviours of inclusive leaders can be applied in the health and social care sector to bring about real cultural change.
Take a look at Dan's conference presentation, and watch a short video where he reinforces some of his key messages about behaviours.Read a blog from Dan, Bias in leadership: What's your story?
You can contact Dan on LinkedIn: Dan Robertson or Twitter: @dan_robertson1 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NHS Employers Diversity and Inclusion Partners Programme 2017/18
We are inviting NHS organisations to apply for the 2017/18 annual diversity and inclusion partners programme. This is a free programme that supports participating trusts to progress and develop their equality performance over a period of 12 months, and is closely aligned to the Equality Delivery System (EDS2).
The focus of the programme is based on five developmental seminars that provide partners with detailed strategic policy support, the opportunity to undertake personal development and a forum to share good practice and network with fellow colleagues in the NHS, and other diversity and inclusion subject matter experts.
Due to the high demand for places on the programme, the number of applications accepted for selection to the programme will be capped at 50, and we will accept applications on a first come first served basis. Applications will open on Monday 7 November and close on Wednesday 15 February 2017.
Download a copy of the application form and guidance notes.
If you have any questions about the application process or the partners programme please email the team at email@example.com.
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This year's diversity and inclusion conference, The Inclusive Revolution, was held on 21 September. We have created a suite of tools and resources following the conference which will help you to continue to embed diversity and inclusion in your organisation.We were lucky to welcome global experts and inspirational leaders among our speakers and presenters on the day. Included in the resources you will find information about our two keynote speakers Dan Robertson and Michelle Tuckey, and copies of their presentations.
You can view images in the picture gallery, and take a look at the storify capturing highlights from the twitter conversation on #inclusiveNHS.
Banji Adewumi, the associate director of inclusion at Barts Health NHS Trust reflects on a memorable day at the conference in a lively and insightful blog, and our diversity and inclusion partners share examples of good practice.
We will continue to add resources from the conference to the website over the next few weeks, including a podcast on inclusive leadership from the keynote speakers.
These consultation workshops will bring together disabled and non-disabled NHS staff and managers to share their ideas about the experience of disabled staff and how WDES can help to deliver change.
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