Creating a People-centred workplace

Next session coming November 2021

An engaging professional development training designed to facilitate positive intergroup interaction to increase diversity and the practice of inclusion in the workplace.

The training aims to support the development of good diversity practice by collecting and sharing examples of practical activities that contribute to progress. The topics that will be addressed are timely, honest, necessary, and thought-provoking.

The training will be delivered in three parts:

1. Self-awareness and Identity

2. Power, Equity, and Diversity

3. The Practice of Inclusion

    We hope individuals and more organisations embark on people-centred strengths-based programs as it is essential to understand what diversity and inclusion truly mean as well as the benefits that a diverse workforce can have on growth and vitality.

    Workshop Facilitators

    Anyier Yuol – Partnerships and Capacity Building, Creating Chance and Diversity & Inclusion advocate

    Anyier is an inspiring entrepreneur with aspirational dreams for social change. She is the Founder and CEO of Miss Sahara and Anyier Model Management and is an advocate for women’s and girls’ rights, refugee and gender equality, sport for development, youth participation, and improving the representation of minority groups in Australia through diversity & inclusion advocacy.

    Anyier has been influential in her advocacy activities in creating a space where young people are able to use their voices to bring change.

    Assmaah Helal – Head of Operational Growth, Creating Chances

    Motivated by social justice and a passion for youth issues, Assmaah uses her expertise in program design, project management, youth work, and community engagement to create the conditions for sustainable change. As Head of Operational Growth, Assmaah works to strike a balance between developing effective, scalable systems and processes to maintain best-practice while driving innovation and innovative practices at Creating Chances.

    For more information contact: anyier@creatingchances.org.au

    Interested? Get in touch now to find out more!