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Leading a diverse team – ‘getting the mix to work together’

We all bring to work with us our diverse perspectives. However, few recognise that it can be demanding to manage such a group of people and to realise the full benefits from diverse thinking and perspectives.

The NDS Leading a Diverse Team training program will increase your toolkit of leadership skills and will focus on the leader’s role in providing a supportive working environment.

Each participant with develop deeper understanding that each individual is unique and brings diverse perspectives shaped by their ethnicity, gender, age, nationality, origin, disability, sexual orientation, education and religion.

The program will focus on leader’s role in setting/maintaining standards and ensuring the right conditions are in place for each person to achieve their full potential.

Participants will:

  • Be introduced to key concepts, tools and techniques to counter the effects of our own ‘biases’
  • Develop skills to interpret and respond appropriately to the culturally defined behaviour of others
  • Be presented with practical strategies to help them build inclusive effective teams in which each person can contribute the best of their abilities

The purpose of the Leading a Diverse Team training program is the continued capacity building of the disability workforce.

The program will consist of 2 x full day workshops.

After the first workshop students will complete 3 weeks on-the-job training to demonstrate skills in the workplace via work-place based projects.

Students will return to class for 1 full day workshop to present projects and finalise assessments.

Schedule of Dates:

Hobart

Workshop One – Thursday 12th April

Workshop Two – Thursday 24th May

Work and Training

1 Bowen Road,

Moonah 7009

Audience

This skill set is aimed at people who are: currently team leaders, new and emerging who lead within a diverse workforce environment, as well as other senior employees who want to enhance knowledge and skills

Unit of Competency

BSBLDR404 Lead a diverse workforce

By the end of this training, participants will have learned how to:

  • Define diversity and its benefits
  • Define bullying, harassment and discrimination, and understand the impact
  • Promote a culture which values peoples’ differences
  • Recognise our biases and how they prevent us from seeing others accurately
  • Identify methods to counter the effects of our biases
  • Identify methods to successfully interact with people from different cultures
  • Identify methods for creating effective, inclusive teams
  • Identify the importance of diversity in their day-to-day role
  • Align the legal, moral and ethical aspects of diversity to their team practices and policies
  • Identify their own role in enhancing their organisation’s diversity.

Cost:

Employer Contribution - $80 per person

This training is subsidised by the Department of State Growth, Tasmania.



Please direct any further enquiries to Michele Foley.

Sector Consultant – Learning and Development

NDS - 1/160 Collins Street Hobart TAS 7000

p: 6212 7303 | f: 6212 7303

e: michele.foley@nds.org.au | www.nds.org.au

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