A strategy for Inclusion

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A strategy for Inclusion. Laura Chapman EQuality Training. A shared vision + equal treatment + flexible practice = inclusive outcomes. These issues will impact on the personal development of all team members as well as the culture and public image of the organisation. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<ul><li><p>A strategy for InclusionLaura Chapman EQuality Training </p></li><li><p>A shared vision + equal treatment + flexible practice = inclusive outcomes.</p><p>These issues will impact on the personal development of all team members as well as the culture and public image of the organisation.</p></li><li><p>Leading on Inclusion A ProcessWelcome Work Together</p><p>Shared vision Way forwardFull participationManaging </p></li><li><p>WELCOMEPreparing the task and researching the community; inviting in community guides; recruiting diversity; outreaching to alienated groups and individuals.</p></li><li><p>Equality and diversity as management issuesOrganisations lose out on skills and competencies held by those whose lives and educational history have been difficult those for whom success at work could be a valuable asset and contribution </p></li><li><p>Working togetherInclusion is an ongoing process of adjusting to diversity. It liberates and engages all individuals by creating a mainstream culture that fosters belonging and participation.</p></li><li><p>New dutiesThe Disability Discrimination Act 2005 amends the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 </p></li><li><p>Vision Six + Thinking hats - Edward de bonoNarrowing the field of recruitment and promotion limits the skills base. And it restricts the expression of invaluable qualities such as empathy, creativity, motivation, self-reliance and sociability. </p></li><li><p>Locating Gifts and CapacityClients are victims, have deficiencies and are weak</p><p>Individuals have strengths </p><p>Minorities are deprived and have needs</p><p>Communities have capacities, assets and power</p><p>Never doubt that a small, group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. M Mead </p></li><li><p>Meaningful relationships Our judgements about almost all social interactions, organisations and communities depend upon our perceptions of the relationships involved. Professor John West-Burnham NCSL</p></li><li><p>The bigger pictureTo embrace diversity is not only to comply with policy development, but to seek out and celebrate difference by creating flexible systems that never disable, but enable and empower. </p></li><li><p>Meaningful Relationships Acknowledge :Oppression &amp; Discrimination Institutionalised and Individual Reactive and Passive Attitudes and Prejudice Promote:Belonging and RelationshipsInformation SharingCollaboration &amp; EmpowermentCapacity and Difference </p></li></ul>