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‘Building a Case for Diversity’ Online Game evening with Dr. Suzanne Doyle-Morris

When May 17, 2016
from 08:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Where Lucy Cavendish College
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Dr. Suzanne Doyle-Morris, former member of CamAWISE and author of ‘Beyond the Boys Club’ and ‘Female Breadwinners’, will be running innovative ’serious game’ workshops which uses an online role play game as a springboard for live discussion. The focus of this event will be: ‘Building the Business Case for Diversity’. This game is just one of Dr. Doyle-Morris’ library of ‘serious games’ workshops she’s created on diversity and inclusion issues since her departure to Scotland from Cambridge to set up the InclusIQ Institute.
At the event you’ll use an online ‘serious game’ for the first 30 minutes as a springboard for a further 60 minute discussion on inclusive workplaces. The focus will be on unconscious bias and the impact that getting diversity and inclusion right or wrong can have on employees, consumers and the bottom line. Attendees will leave with the tools to create a tailored business case for diversity, why this matters for a 21st century workplace and how it could work in their own organisational culture.  As this is a live workshop, attendees also share examples of the good, bad and the ugly of how they’ve seen these issues handled before in order to understand best practice.
 
CamAWiSE event - book here. Please bring a fully charged laptop if you have one. IPads will work but a laptop is better for sharing between two or three people. The games are not optimised for mobile phones.

includes tea, coffee and cake...


 

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