This executive training (to be held in presence in Florence) tackles a wide range of topics related to diversity and inclusivity (D&I) in management from both a neuroscientific and a systemic/institutional point of view. Addressed at leaders in private and public organisations, the goal is to offer an open and secure space to explore, grow awareness, experience and discuss human behaviours in the face of diversity (as mediated through personal bias); people’s attitude towards change and growth; and the challenges of overcoming resistance and transforming organisational cultures. Instructors will include academics and practitioners and methods will combine lectures, storytelling, games and the sharing of personal experiences through conversation. The focus of this programme is on identifying and building key conceptual models that participants can dynamically apply to their organisation with new forms of humanistic leadership being brought to the fore.
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Participants will learn how to use and combine the received information, their individual experiences, and valuable insights to develop their personal commitment and to involve their work environments in processes and actions to prevent and/or challenge exclusion.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Recognise social implications of human diversity in the workplace and in society in general;
- Analyse real cases around gender diversity interventions;
- Develop fair approaches and inclusive solutions;
- Formulate an evidence-based approach to diversity and inclusion.
- Experiential learning;
- Diverse disciplinary approaches;
- Peer‑learning and networking by blending experts’ inputs and participants’ interaction (based on case‑study discussions, decision-making scenarios and role-plays).
Information for applicants
The training will take place in Florence on 17 (afternoon), 18 (full day), and 19 (morning) October 2022.
The programme will include 19 hours of in-session training.
Who should attend
Professionals who manage, teach, and lead, in particular, those involved in decision making roles in all kinds of organisations (small, medium and large national and international companies and other institutions).
Speakers & Trainers
- Ruth Rubio Marin, Part-Time Professor, School of Transnational Governance, European University Institute;
- Benno Bastian-Gammerl, Full-time Professor, Department of History and Civilisation, European University Institute;
- Brigitte Mauel, Corporate Coach;
- Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Organisational psychologist;
- Louise Evans, Behavioural Coach, Corporate Trainer and Facilitator, The 5 Chairs;
- Caterina Romei, Art History and Museology teacher;
- Andrea Rubera, People Caring & Inclusion Manager, TIM;
- Georg Senoner, Consultant and Coach, SysMaCon;
- Marcia Smythe, Master Facilitator and Assessor, NeuroLeadership Institute.
Early bird and groups
1.350 € [ -10%]
1.275 € [ -15%]
The full course registration fee is €1.500 per participant. The lunches and coffee breaks during the residential part of the programme will be provided by the EUI. The fee does not cover travel and accommodation. Our events team can assist you in finding the best options for staying in the city.
Early Bird Discount (10%) is applicable for registrations by 31/07/2022 - 23:59 CEST. The same discount is applicable for groups (more than three people), while the fee for NGO staff, national civil servants and EU officials (from EU institutions and bodies), international organisations, as well as EUI alumni, former fellows, and former paying participants of STG courses is €1.275 (15% discount).
We encourage early registration as places are given on a rolling basis.
More information about the cancellation policy applicable to this course.