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Reverse mentoring for equality, diversity and inclusion

06/05/2020
When: 12:30
Where: Online webinar
United Kingdom
Contact: Juanita Foster-Jones
020 7255 0500


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Reverse mentoring for equality, diversity and inclusion

In 2019, The King’s Fund ran a pilot reverse mentoring scheme as part of their diversity and inclusion programme. The aim of this scheme was to contribute to changing the organisational culture and to enhance senior leaders’ understanding of lived experiences of staff in underrepresented communities.

In this webinar, Hong-Anh will share her experience of being involved in the programme as a mentor and attendees will:

  • Learn how mentoring can contribute to equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) in your organisation
  • Develop their understanding of how power dynamics, hierarchy and unconscious bias play out in organisations and how reverse mentoring can help to start to address this
  • Understand how becoming a mentor contributes to personal and professional development for both mentors and mentees
 

PKSB Subject Headings

This webinar supports the following PKSB headings:

  • Leadership and Advocacy
  • Strategy, Planning and Management
  • Ethics and Values

 

Biography 

Hong-Anh NguyenHong-Anh is the Library Service Manager in The King’s Fund Library Service. Alongside managing the day-to-day running of the library space and public enquiry service, she also leads on current awareness services and social media for the team. Her role includes cataloguing, training and providing research support to the Fund’s policy and leadership and organisational development staff.

Hong-Anh joined the Fund in 2010 with more than ten years' experience in different sectors, including higher education; services for children and young people; museums; and public libraries. She is a fully qualified librarian and graduated from the School of Information at the University of Sheffield in 2010 with a MA in librarianship.
 

 

This webinar is free for CILIP Members and £25 + VAT for non members.

If you are a non-member employee of an Employer Partner, please contact your rep for a discount code.

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