Thu, 02 Nov|
🌟 Unlocking Equitable Boardroom Dynamics Seminar 🌟
Feel that familiar nagging inside you, telling you that something's not right with the status quo? Your commitment, open mindset, and willingness to be challenged can shape a brighter future for a new era of inclusive governance. Let's rewrite the narrative of boardrooms.
Time & Location
02 Nov 2023, 8:30 am – 10:30 am
Docklands, 80 Harbour Esplanade, Docklands VIC 3008, Australia
About the Event
Morning Tea will be provided.
Feel that familiar nagging inside you, telling you that something's not right with the status quo? This seminar is your safe space to challenge biases, explore new horizons, and ignite conversations that drive real change. Join forces with individuals who are passionate about inclusive governance and dedicated to transforming boardroom dynamics - where equity meets opportunity, and diversity meets influence.
🔍 Unveiling the WASP Paradigm 🔍
Explore the WASP paradigm – White, Anglo-Saxon Protestant – and the inherent privilege that has been traditionally associated with it. But change is on the horizon, and it begins with a realisation that equilibrium requires equity, sustainability thrives on moderation, and creativity blossoms through diversity. Let's go beyond this delineation of privilege and leverage this privilege for a better governance.
🚀 Shaping New Narratives: From silence to empowerment 🚀
Imagine a migrant navigating the complexities of a nation striving for an identity free from colonial shackles. Envisioning a new board member, hailing from an underprivileged background and a minority group, navigating the unfamiliar terrain of a boardroom. Their insights were met with a silence that spoke volumes, a feeling of tokenism lingered, and their self-confidence wavered. Could this be the narrative of transformation and empowerment that resonates with you?
🔑 What's in Store for You
🔍 Uncover Unconscious Bias: Uncover your unconscious bias and confront it head-on.
🗣️ Test Boardroom Scenarios: Engage in interactive simulated boardroom interactions. Experience firsthand the dynamics of power, privilege, and diverse perspectives.
🔗 Craft Your Strategy: Discover the path to being heard, seen, and respected, regardless of your background.
👥 Who Can Participate?
● Current board members eager to enhance inclusivity and collaboration
● Aspiring board members seeking to empower their professional journey
● Anyone passionate about fostering diversity and driving positive change in governance
Dive into scenarios that challenge biases, transcend cultural restraints, and amplify the voices of those often sidelined. With just 2 hours of commitment and an open mindset, you could be at the forefront of fostering a more inclusive future.
Your Commitment to Change
🗓️ Date: Thursday 2nd November 2023
🕒 Time: 8:30-10:30am
Get your VIP ticket now. Spaces are limited, so act swiftly!
Your commitment, open mindset, and willingness to be challenged can shape a brighter future for a new era of inclusive governance.
Let's rewrite the narrative of boardrooms – where privilege becomes opportunity, and diversity becomes strength!
Vanh is a social and emotional intelligence coach, a facilitator, change leader and entrepreneur, dedicated to ensuring that everyone, in every organisation and community feels heard, seen and respected through innovative systematic approach grounded by self-leadership. Vanh is passionate about building cross-generational collaboration and innovating education. Vanh founded Yes Everyone Matters, a social venture working with partners to enrich potential through meaningful development programs and creative inclusion, that engender respect, self-worth, trust, equality, empowerment, and enablement - to ensure that all voices are heard – that everyone matters regardless of their profession, position, age, gender or appearance.
Kit has over thirty years experience in corporate management and leadership roles in the UK and Australia and most recently as a lecturer in business consulting, responsible leadership and corporate governance in the tertiary education sector. Kit has an MBA from The University of Hull in the UK and a PhD in Education form RMIT University in Melbourne. He has been a member of social enterprise boards and has consulted extensively in regional Victoria and the Northern Territory.