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Thu, 12 Jan


Virtual Webinar

Skills Sessions: Courageous Conversations

You are invited to attend our Skills Session event with Real Ideas Organisation on how courageous conversations casn help us create progressive, anti-racist and equitable organisations.

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Skills Sessions: Courageous Conversations
Skills Sessions: Courageous Conversations

Time & Location

12 Jan 2023, 10:00 – 12:00

Virtual Webinar

About the event

Real Ideas, with the support of Plymouth City Council and the Plymouth Charter are pleased to present our next Skills Session – Courageous Conversations. Lea Guzzo from New Ways will lead the session designed to help businesses to better have some of the conversations that have oftentimes been challenging in the workplace. 

How can courageous conversations help us create progressive, anti-racist and equitable organisations? What are courageous conversations? 

We will discuss how essential they are when addressing equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI). Based on our experience at New Ways, supporting leaders to have conversations about racism and other aspects of diversity, Léa will share some of her learning and some tips on how to have these courageous conversations. Part of this session will be focused on some practical exercises as well.

Léa Guzzo works as a Change Consultant at New Ways, where she supports leaders to create inclusive and progressive organisations. Léa believes in the power of courageous conversations as a levy to actions, which enable a more inclusive and equitable world. She combines 15 years of experience in the creative sector and in leadership roles in the public and charitable sector. Her work draws on her own lived experience as a white woman from a multicultural background. She is also a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community and an ally to other minorities. Léa is based in Plymouth and loves making an impact where she lives. 

She enjoys connecting people together and collaborating with others. So don't hesitate to reach out to her!

This event is funded by the Interreg FCE C-CARE Project, in conjunction with the Plymouth Charter delivering on the Employ theme.

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