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How To Do It Right Workshop

Facilitating uncomfortable conversations and creating awareness are critical vehicles for change. Co-created with Network Rail’s Cultural Fusion Network, our Tea Break solution, provides the framework for an organisation-wide themed discussion.

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How To Do It Right Workshop
How To Do It Right Workshop

Time & Location

27 Apr 2023, 12:30 – 13:45

Virtual Event

About the Event

Following our last Tea Break workshop 95% said they would recommend the event. Facilitating uncomfortable conversations and creating awareness are critical vehicles for change. Co-created with Network Rail’s Cultural Fusion Network, our Tea Break solution, provides the framework for an organisation-wide themed discussion. Why Tea Break? It enables you to hear the honest voice and feelings of your colleagues across the organisation. To be serious about tackling race inequality in the workplace it is crucial we hear the honest voice and feelings of ethnically diverse colleagues. Without this how do we know what is working and what needs to change?

Join us for our Tea Break 'How to do it right' Workshop.  

You will hear:

- Learn more about Tea Break and why it was created.

  • - Walk through each step in the ‘How To do it Right Guide’ – to help you run Tea Break
  • - Share experiences and ideas with like-minded peers.
  • - Hear from an organisation that has implemented Tea Break

This will be a dynamic and interactive event with two 10-minute breakout sessions to discuss, share ideas and problem solve potential challenges that could be a barrier for your organisation.

A Tried-and-Tested Solution “These Tea Breaks have provided both solace and education to employees in the past 12 months. An absolutely amazing facility and I'm so grateful to be part of this.” Following our previous Tea Break ‘How to Do it Right Workshop’:

  • 75% said that Tea Break was more impactful than other D&I initiatives.
  • 87% said they would run Tea Break.

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