Inclusive Leadership and Inclusive Recruitment.

Course Details

  • Date Wed, 18th September 2024
  • Time 09:30 to 09:30
  • Duration 3.5 hours
  • LocationOnline via Zoom
  • Trainers Fiona Triller, Irish Centre for Diversity

Course Aims

Inclusive leaders get the best out of all their people, helping their organisations to succeed in today’s complex, diverse national and global environment. Through their skills in adaptability, building relationships and developing talent, inclusive leaders can increase performance and innovation. This course provides participants with an understanding of how to become a more inclusive leader, engage and support your teams to reach their potential. Many organisations do not have diverse teams in place and do not assess how they could improve their recruitment processes. This course will provide participants with guidance and tools to enhance recruitment processes in addition to understanding how bias can impact on recruitment decisions.

Course Content

The workshop will cover the following:

  • Reflection of your own leadership skills.
  • Examination of the characteristics of Inclusive leaders and how to adapt and enhance current management practice.
  • Understanding how unconscious bias might be impacting culture and organisational processes.
  • Understanding the importance of positive role modelling and getting the best out of teams so they reach their potential
  • Good practice regarding Diversity and Inclusion in recruitment.
  • Tools and guidance to enhance inclusive recruitment practice and strategies.
  • The impact of unconscious and conscious bias within the recruitment process and steps to overcome bias in the workplace.
  • Legislation regarding equality and recruitment.


Fiona Triller, Diversity and Inclusion Trainer/Advisor, Irish Centre for Diversity

Fiona has worked on recruitment, development activity and talent management programmes and on the Diversity and Inclusion agenda for over 20 years in the public, private and third sectors. Recent clients include: Road Haulage Association; Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust; Yorkshire Building Society; Liverpool Football Club; St Gemma’s Hospice; the Co-Op, and Kirklees Council.
Fiona is an experienced Organisational Development professional and has held a number of roles where she has been responsible for all aspects of employee development and engagement. Combining OD with D&I has meant that Fiona has successfully ensured that D&I is embedded into every aspect of the employee life cycle from pre-recruitment, through performance appraisal and development, to supporting employees exiting an organisation. Fiona has delivered a wide range of leadership and management development programmes and facilitated cross organisational mentoring programmes in many organisations.

Who is this content for?

All managers and leaders across the Independent Radio Sector in Ireland.

Training Method

Online via Zoom