How to collaborate in a more inclusive way in your team?
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Our teams are becoming increasingly diverse. We work with several generations and nationalities at the same time. This can be quite a challenge. Nevertheless inclusion is so needed to make people flourish. And this will highen retention.
But how do we deal with this as an organization and more specifically as a leader or as a colleague? How do we ensure that we are not blinded by our own “backpack”? How can we as a team boost inclusion? We share 20 tips to work more inclusively as a team and employee. In addition, we do a dilemma exercise with colleague leaders and we facilitate a moment of reflection on it. All in order to provide you with concrete tools to work in more inclusive ways within your teams.
Julie’s mission is to structurally increase engagement in the workplace. She talks about bringing more FLOW to the workplace. Flow is a state-of-mind where people are most involved, driven and focused. In FLOW, we are completely absorbed in what we are doing, as if a powerful energetic current propels us forward. Research shows that we spend only 5% of our time in flow. Julie wants to change that. That is why she founded her company – Flowspire. Connecting with the heart of organizations and employees inspires and gives strength to achieve better results for ourselves, the people around us and society. Higher wellbeing and engagement leads to stronger brands, higher loyalty, more creativity and agility and thus better results. That is a fact. She brings new insights to this field because of her generalistic background as commercial engineer and over 15 years of international experience in business. She gained expertise in employer branding, change management, cultural change, leadership and facilitation. In small to medium companies as well as in multinationals. She brings this all together in her role as Employee Engagement Architect and Facilitator. As architect she crafts a change plan and as facilitator she creates a movement within your company. Besides this, Julie is also lecturer at the Thomas More University, where she teaches HR Trends and Employee Engagement. Finally Julie is known as a highly energetic person who is deeply trusted for her expertise and is described as a professional who combines a result-oriented focus with a warm heart for people.
Employee Engagement Architect. Julie’s mission is to drive for more human energy on the workfloor.