This course aims to raise awareness about the invisible but always present nature of stereotypes and the importance of overcoming bias in order to become an inclusive leader and promote diversity, equality, and inclusion in trade union organisations. The course will familiarise participants with the different types of bias and their impact and provide tools to manage and change not only their own behaviour, but also practical actions to implement in their organisations. It will also give participants information that deconstructs stereotypes, allowing them to connect with people whose experiences differ from their own. Through this course, participants will learn how to become more inclusive leaders.
- To raise awareness about the nature of stereotypes and the impact of bias on leadership and decision-making.
- To provide participants with tools and strategies to manage and reflect on their own behaviour, in order to overcome their own biases.
- To analyse information that contradicts common stereotypes, in order to connect with people whose experiences differ from their own.
- To address and combat stereotypes used against migration, women, and trade unions, in order to promote unity, diversity and inclusivity in trade union organisations.
Both new and more experienced trade union officers. Also, those considering running for a leadership position, at regional/sectoral or national levels.
The programme is available here
Should you need any additional information, please do not hesitate to contact the education officer or administrative assistant running the course (see the information panel to the right for their names, which will lead you to a contact form).