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Wellbeing for Ethnic Minority Women: Co-creation Session

Apr 08
Date and time
Thu, 08 April  @  11:00  -  12:30
Price
No charge to members and non-members of BITC
Location
Audience
Open to BITC members and non-members
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Audience

Open to BITC members and non-members
No charge to members and non-members of BITC

Thu, 08 April 2021  @  11:00  –  12:30

This webinar will pilot the upcoming Business in the Community (BITC) toolkit supporting Black, Asian and ethnic minority women with managing mental health challenges presented by the workplace. It will focus on the three key areas of finding your voice, owning your narrative and sharing your experiences.

About the webinar
We will use this webinar as an opportunity to test the practical tools and insights contained in the toolkit with attendees ahead of its official launch on 9 June at the Inclusive Leadership: wellbeing and ethnic minority women webinar. We will also consult attendees on the role of managers in supporting the wellbeing of their team. Please come ready with examples you have seen of a supportive manager, or what you think it means to be a compassionate, empathetic and inclusive leader in the workplace. We are excited to hear your voice and include your insights in the final output.

We will be joined by Tamikah Andrew-Thomas, an Integrative Counsellor and Psychotherapist and Delrose Bowes an Humanistic Integrative Counsellor. They are two certified black counsellors with 28 years of combined experience in responding to mental health challenges presented by a lack of racial inclusion and belonging. They will take an intersectional approach to mental health, examining the ways in which risk factors are compounded by ethnicity and gender.

Audience
This webinar is open to both BITC members and non-members. It would be suitable for HR/people management managers/practitioners and wellbeing managers/practitioners.

About BITC’s Race Equality campaign
BITC is committed to empowering employers to tap into this economic potential by accelerating change for Black, Asian and ethnic minority employees.

There are two key actions leaders can take today to amplify your commitment to improving equality of opportunity in the workplace.

Find out more about BITC’s Race Equality campaign.

Contact details and further information
For more information, contact Florence Hughes, Events Manager at BITC.

Full joining instructions will be sent before the event.

Following government advice on social distancing, all BITC events over the coming months will be delivered remotely via digital technology.


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