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TRAINING : How to Manage Diverse and Hybrid Teams

There is a strong body of research highlighting how diversity in the workplace leads to increased profitability and creativity, stronger governance and better problem-solving skills. Whilst it is obviously vital to embrace diversity in all its forms, it takes sensitive and informed management to avoid the pitfalls and ensure equality, fairness and wellbeing within increasingly diverse and hybrid teams. This session will give you the knowledge, skills, tips and understanding to make managing easier in this area and enable you to be more confident in what to do and how to behave.


  • The role of good management in talent retention
  • The five principles to ensure fairness, inclusivity and a connected culture for hybrid workers, to help avoid common issues such as skewed work life balance, isolation and stress.
  • Specific management skills to manage with inclusivity and empathy. Skills such as mental flexibility, active listening, open questions, respectful and non-assumptive communication and how these create more psychological safety.

This session is run by Sharon Baker and an EDI (Equality, Diversity and Inclusion) specialist.

DATE: 1st February 2023

TIME: 10am to 1pm


Sharon Baker is a highly experienced leadership coach and trainer. She worked in creative agencies for 20 years as an award-winning producer, client services director and as MD. For 10 years she has coached CEO’s, entrepreneurs and leadership teams in creative agencies and corporations like the BBC, Barclays, Esso. She enables leaders and managers to have the confidence, authenticity and emotional intelligence to perform at their best and lead high performing teams. She is in the top 1% of accredited coaches in the UK. She has a psychology degree, is a fine artist and has a Post Graduate degree in coaching


Wednesday 01 February 2023 10:00 am - 1:00 pm


Zoom Webinar
Half Day

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