In a world where clients, markets, technology and society are all changing rapidly, it is essential that leaders are ‘fit for the future’ by bringing inclusion to the heart of their organizations.
Liz Grant of Fantail Business Development will lead us in a session where we will explore some of the main themes around inclusive leadership in practice. Liz is the principal consultant at Fantail – a UK-based consultancy which works with employers to help them build more inclusive workplaces.
In this thought-provoking session, we will understand both the overall approach Fantail takes to inclusive leadership as well as to experience some of the work firsthand. Liz will guide us to examine key themes from both a personal and an organizational perspective.
The emphasis of Fantail’s approach is that Inclusive Leadership is just good leadership.
The event will be in English.
Speaker: Liz Grant OBE
Liz Grant is the Lead Consultant at Fantail, a collaboration of senior specialists who focus on Diversity & Inclusion in the workplace. She works with organisations at senior leadership level, helping them to build inclusion into their culture and operations.
Her clients include a wide range of financial services, insurance, legal, technology, academic and media companies as well as not-for-profit organisations. Liz has worked as an advisor and judge to many groups including the advisory panel of Interlaw, the cross-law profession Diversity & Inclusion network, as a judge for the Apollo Project Awards, Insurance Insider Honours, British LGBT Awards, TTG Travel awards programmes - all for their Diversity & Inclusion categories.
Her deep career experience in the corporate world informs Liz’s understanding of complex organisations and both the opportunities and challenges they have – especially as this relates to enabling people to deliver their very best. She is a skilled public speaker and facilitator.
Liz was a trustee and Vice Chair of the Board of Stonewall, from 2002 – 2012. In this capacity she had board leadership for their workplace programmes. She was recognised in the 2013 New Year’s Honours (an awards system granted by Her Majesty’s Government) when she was made Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for services to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender equality in the workplace
What Participants will take away:
During the 2.5 hour session participants will:
- Gain insights to a proven leadership model which has been experienced by more than 500 leaders of various financial, academic and professional services firms in the UK, Europe, the US and parts of Asia.
- Consider how this content might be useful within the context of their current work and their own clients
- Consider where Fantail may be able to assist clients or own organisations to realise the benefits of inclusive leadership
- To stop and pause and consider your own leadership style and where you may have opportunities to improve your effectiveness leading others.
Who should attend?
Both experienced and newer coaches could find this session thought provoking, informative and entertaining as they consider its relevance to their areas of work.
Overview of the evening:
In this interactive workshop we will explore the main themes around inclusive leadership in practice.
We start by exploring the Personal aspects of Inclusive Leadership: experiences of difference, develop a bespoke customised personal narrative for inclusion and complete an audit of the facets of inclusive leadership.
We will take a short break and then in the second half of the workshop we will touch upon the Organisational considerations for inclusive workplaces. What are the blockers and enablers in the organisation for inclusion? How do we mitigate against blockers and heighten the enablers?
We will finish with a discussion on the relevance of this material to your current work.
Evening Program / Ablauf des Abends:
18:30 Entry, Registrations und Networking
18:45 ICF und Chapter Updates
19:00 Presentation: Inclusive Leadership– an introduction to the key capabilities of effective leadership at work
~20:00 (15 Minute Pause for networking and discussion)
21:30 Participants closing
21:45 End of evening
About the approach:
Liz Grant is a New Zealander by birth and has lived and worked in London for the last 28 years. She was a ‘lifer’ at IBM having worked there for 27 years in Asia Pacific, UK, France and globally in a broad range of executive roles in sales and marketing. During her time there Liz developed a strong engagement in diversity and inclusion work from a colleague perspective and worked as part of a global workforce on LGBT inclusion.
This formed the passion and basis of her work in inclusive workplaces, something she has been doing under her Fantail consultancy for the last 10 years.
Core Competencies: 2,5 CCEU
Resource Development: 0,5 CCEU
On June 1, 2020, the International Coaching Federation released the following statement from CEO Magdalena Nowicka Mook and ICF Professional Coaches Global Board Chair Sara Smith, MCC:
As One ICF, we stand together. We stand for greater diversity and inclusion. We stand against racism. We stand against violence. We stand for respect, dignity and integrity.
Ihr Beitrag / Costs:
Mitglieder / Member ICF Deutschland e.V.: 10 EUR
Mitglieder / Member ICF global: 15 EUR
Gäste / Guest: 20 EUR
Plus Ticketgebühr / Plus Ticket fee