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Free Webinar Series: Activating Inclusion

In collaboration with the fantastic webinar host School of Becoming and its founder Ingo Rauth, we’re proud to invite you to this free webinar about How to Create Inclusive Cultures by Nudging with Lisa Kepinski and Tinna C. Nielsen.

This webinar is part of the webinar series ACTIVATING INCLUSION (please see the entire program below).

Webinar with Lisa Kepinski and Tinna C. Nielsen

How can we understand the cultures we are part of and the social norms we play by – and most importantly, how our behavior and perceptions are influenced without us even realizing it?

This session with show how we can all apply behavioral and social insights while changing the norm of cultures to be inclusive – all applying the change and design approach called Inclusion Nudges

Learn how you can facilitate a meeting to leverage diversity, design offices, and housing to ensure default communities where all people feel they belong and create empathy across differences.

Event Details

October 8th at 9 AM SAN FRANCISCO / 12 PM NEW YORK / 17:00 LONDON / 18:00 BERLIN/COPENHAGEN 

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About Lisa Kepinski and Tinna C. Nielsen

Lisa Kepinski and Tinna C. Nielsen are the Founders of the Inclusion Nudges global initiative. They developed the Inclusion Nudges change approach based on their backgrounds in behavioral and social science and their lived and professional experiences with diversity, equity, and inclusion.

When they met in 2013, they both worked as leaders with global responsibility for inclusion and diversity in multinational organizations.

Lisa lives in Germany and Tinna in Denmark and they have worked together online for the past 7 years creating a global movement to fundamentally change how to make more equitable, sustainable, and inclusive organizations, communities, and societies. Inclusion Nudges are designs, which target the unconscious mind by nudging people to be allies and do inclusion as the norm everywhere.

Lisa, a social psychologist and founder of Inclusion Institute, and Tinna, an anthropologist and founder of Move the Elephant for Inclusiveness, are world-acclaimed experts in applying behavioral insights and design for impactful systemic, cultural, leadership, and behavioral change. In 2015,2016, 2017 they were listed Top 10 on the Global Diversity List supported by The Economist.

They work with organizations such as United Nations, OECD, Amnesty International, Red Cross, PepsiCo, Cargill, Barilla, as well as with governments, refugee camps, and other change-makers.

They enable and empower people to make the needed changes from inside the system. For this purpose, they author how-to guidebooks, such as The Inclusion Nudges Guidebook, and the Action Guide Series. Their mission is to make inclusion the norm everywhere, for everyone, by everyone.

 

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Thank you to Lisa Kepinski, Tinna Nielsen, and School of Becoming for making this knowledge-sharing opportunity possible.

We look forward to seeing you at this webinar.

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Webinar Program: Activating Inclusion

Identity, Privilege & Power – Understanding Inclusion and How it Impacts Us by Samia Chasi, 17-09-2020

Engage Inclusively: The Power of Microaffirmations by Ana Perez – 22-09-2020

How to Design Inclusive Interactions by Lisa Kepinski and Tinna Nielsen, 24-09-2020

Emancipatory Leadership by Nouman Ashraf, 29-09-2020

Activating Leadership – Lessons from Post-Apartheid South Africa by Fazela Haniff, 01-10-2020

Our Role in Creating Inclusive Workplaces in Uncertain Times – by Jennifer Brown 05-10-2020

How to Become a More Inclusive Leader by Tanisha Mair, 08-10-2020

How to Create Inclusive Cultures by Nudging by Lisa Kepinski and Tinna Nielsen, 13-10-2020

Creating Cultures of Belonging by Lorne Rubis, 15-10-2020

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