The business case for a diverse and inclusive workforce is persuasive not least in terms of increased innovation and enhanced customer service.
Our Leading Inclusively FREE webinar series focuses on the various aspects of a truly diverse workplace. We give practical information, advice and guidance for leaders who want to ensure they access and utilise all available talent.
Ryan Sharman : Leading Inclusively: The experience of shared parental leave - webinar extract
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He is the University of Birmingham’s ILM centre manager, providing opportunities to work towards ILM qualifications at a range of levels. Sharman specialises in 1-1 and team coaching and is motivated to support others in realising their unique potential. He is a father of two and is a strong advocate in helping others to align their individual purpose, mission and values with those of their workplace.
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