Developing an I-culture
It is no little secret that our people find working at Pennington Choices to be engaging and enjoyable. In fact, 93% of our staff agreed ‘my team is fun to work with’, which is down to our constant drive for an inclusive culture within the business.
Developing an inclusive culture within your workplace can often be a tricky task, but it is not out of reach with the correct training and understanding of legal obligations. If you are not sure whether your workplace is inclusive enough, are you:
- Struggling to recruit and retain a diverse workforce filled with talent?
- Having trouble with potentially toxic issues involving; disabled, lesbian, gay and bisexual, female or black and minority ethnic staff?
- Receiving reports of workplace bullying, harassment or discrimination in staff surveys or exit interviews?
- Receiving grievances or complaints that you want to prevent from recurring?
- Unable to identify potential issues and the actions you should take to prevent or correct them?
If you found yourself agreeing to any of the statements above, this programme could befit you greatly.
This programme will give you a fundamental understanding of the knowledge base and skills required to deal with all of these issues. An Employment Law expert will take you through the legal obligations and actions you must follow to protect your organisation from costly discrimination claims.
*Each course has a maximum of 15 spaces available.
10th October 2019, Cheshire venue tbc – £279 per attendee
9th December 2019, Cheshire venue tbc – £279 per attendee
If you would like to find out more information on the course , please contact our expert consultants here.
If you would like to book a place on this course, please click here.
- PG Diploma Business Administration
- BSc (Hons) Environmental Health
- Corporate Member of the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health
- Leadership learning programme
Mark is the Managing Director of Pennington Choices and its subsidiary Auburn Ainsley, a company he set up in 2000 to take a multi-disciplinary approach to property related services nationally to the public and private sectors.
Mark has 28 years’ experience of providing services to local authorities and social landlords and six years’ experience as an employee within local authorities and housing associations. In addition Mark is currently a non-executive director of the trading subsidiary of Warrington Disability Partnership and has previously been a housing association board member.
Mark leads on the development of Pennington Choices as a business, with a strong focus on championing our approach to being a great place to work so that we can recruit and retain the very best people talent so we can deliver exceptional outcomes for our clients. Leading our growth agenda, listening and understanding clients and their needs while helping colleagues to develop, progress and become the best version of themselves possible makes up the core of Mark’s role. Mark has a strong consultancy pedigree and as such spends some of his time working as part of our consultancy team, providing help to clients around subjects such as housing finance, option appraisals, development, organisational strategy, leadership and change management.