Allyship: how you can help your workplace be more inclusive

Date(s): October 6, 2022
Time: 11:00 - 13:00


Join Rise and award winning training consultant, Arit Eminue on 6 October for this two hour online training to explore the practical steps you can take to become a gender diversity ally in the workplace.

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Although it’s free to attend, places are limited, so we recommend early booking. It’s quick and easy to reserve your place – simply click here to register

Allyship is the active and consistent effort taken by an individual and organisation to support and advocate for people from marginalised communities and is a critical stepping stone in creating an inclusive workplace.

But what does Allyship mean and look like in practice?

This 90-minute session is designed to answer these two questions. Delivered through the lens of intersectionality, attendees will work independently and through group discussions to develop a shared understanding of Allyship. We will also explore simple actions you can take on an individual and organisational level to enhance a culture of inclusion at work.

About your trainer: Arit Enimue

Arit has over 15 years’ experience working in recruitment, learning and career development. She is the founder of the award-winning recruitment & training organisation – DiVA.

Over the last 15 years, she has placed individuals into jobs in well-known entertainment media brands including Sony Music, the BBC, WarnerBros, Universal Music, and many more. A backing singer to HR and Learning & Development teams, she regularly delivers bespoke training for Leaders & Managers and their teams.

Arit is a LinkedIn Learning instructor and contributor to national media such as Red Magazine, Stylist Magazine, ITV News, Times Radio and other media outlets. She uses her YouTube Channel, Instagram and monthly LinkedIn Newsletter – empower individuals to build careers they enjoy.

Who should attend

This session is open for all, but we would encourage men to sign up to find out more about how they can become an ally and actively contribute to making their workplace more inclusive and diverse.