5 YEAR ANNIVERSARY MONTH
To mark our half decade, we are celebrating with a month of transformational events and exclusive insights into our unique way of working that has empowered thousands of public sector leaders and their organisations.
Equipping Leaders. Changing Cultures. Transforming Organisations
In celebration of our fifth birthday join our CEO and Founder Jennifer Izekor as she hosts a number of our current clients and partners in a series of Emerging Good Practice Webinars. Facilitated by the Award-Winning Marsha Ramroop (CEO and Founder of Unheard Voice) and designed to share how our unique model of Cultural Intelligence and Inclusive leadership is making a real difference for public sector leaders and their organisations these free webinars are a must attend if you want to learn how to lead difference differently.
Broadcast: 5 October, 2023
How can a unique combination of Cultural Intelligence, Inclusive Value Driven Leadership and effective Change Management respond to the leadership issues that have arisen in maternity services across the UK? Recent reports have highlighted the serious disproportionality in positive outcomes in maternity care for individuals with protected characteristics. In this webinar, Jennifer speaks to senior leaders across maternity care who have undertaken the Above Difference “Leading and Engaging Inclusively across Maternity Care,” Leadership programme. We will find out why some have called it the ”Best Leadership Programme they have been on in 30 years.”
With Rosemary Idiaghe, Head of Midwifery, Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust and Victoria Cochrane MBE, Divisional Director of Nursing & Midwifery at Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust.
Broadcast: 27 September, 2023
What difference can Cultural Intelligence and Inclusive leadership make to leaders from Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority backgrounds and how can this help further the Race Equality Agenda?
In this enlightening session, Jennifer converses with inspiring leaders from these communities; Joselyn King Head of GP Partnerships, WorkforceRace Equality Standard (WRES) Expert and Multidisciplinary Race Equality Network Chair at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Marsha Jones, Director of Quality Governance and Assurance SWL ICB, Clinical Lead PSIRF Implementation, Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust.
These leaders have successfully applied the Above Difference Approach to dismantle barriers to inclusion while enhancing their leadership styles. Furthermore, gain insights into how Jennifer has utilised Cultural Intelligence as the linchpin for her game-changing leadership model.
Broadcast: 11 September, 2023
In General Sir Gordon Messenger’s pivotal NHS report, “Leadership for a Collaborative and Inclusive Culture”, he posits that an organization’s inclusivity should be a cornerstone for evaluating leadership effectiveness. This sentiment is echoed in countless studies underscoring leaders’ pivotal roles in shaping inclusive and equitable cultures for diverse teams and stakeholders.
So, why is Culturally Intelligent and Intentionally Inclusive Leadership crucial for genuine, measurable progress in equity and inclusion? Above Difference operates on the principle that when leadership excels, it elevates everyone, without exception.
Watch Jennifer Izekor, Tim Couchman United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust and Judith Friedman Clinical Director for Psychological Professions NELFT who are both implementing transformative change drawing on Above Difference’s unique methods. Discover first hand how a Culturally Intelligent and Intentionally Inclusive approach to leadership is making significant strides in inclusion and equity across NHS Trusts.
Broadcast: 18 September, 2023
Recent UK reports, including Dame Louise Casey’s deep dive into Scotland Yard MPS, spotlight the urgent need for cultural shifts within Policing and Fire & Rescue Services. Central to these conversations? Leadership. But how can leaders spearhead genuine transformation in inclusion? What does it mean to Lead Difference Differently?
Discover “Why Culturally Intelligent and Intentionally Inclusive Leadership Matters in Policing, Ambulance and Fire and Rescue Services”. Join Jennifer in a candid dialogue with trailblazing leaders from Bedfordshire Police and Gloucester Fire & Rescue Services. Delve into their firsthand experiences of leveraging the Above Difference model of Culturally Intelligent and Intentional Inclusive leadership to redefine their organisational cultures and champion genuine inclusion.
With Phillip Wells, Assistant Chief Officer at Bedfordshire Police, Adam Openshaw, Assistant Chief Fire Officer, Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service, Jean Coles, until recently Assistant Chief Fire Officer from Gloucestershire Fire & Rescue Service and Andy Bennett QPM, College of Police.