Diversity news at the Luxembourg

Member of the Town Council, why not you, Madam?

Invitation to the workshop town counsellor, why not you madam

The ministry for Equal Opportunities is organizing, in cooperation with Syvicol, information sessions to promote the active participation of women and men in the town life and to improve the balance between men and women on the candidate lists for the coming elections in October 2017.

The sessions aim at raising women's awareness and motivate them to be candidates in 2017, as in 2011, they only represented 32% of the candidates for local elections.

The next information sessions will take place on 31 May in Dudelange and 1 June in Berdorf at 6:30pm.

More information and registration here.

BCC HR Business Forum: “Embracing Diversity: recognizing and overcoming unconscious bias”

workshops on unconscious bias organized by the BCC

The British Chamber of Commerce is pleased to invite you to attend an HR Business Forum: “Embracing Diversity: recognising and overcoming unconscious bias” on Tuesday 31 May 2016 at Clifford Chance, 10 boulevard G.D. Charlotte, L-1330 Luxembourgat 16:00.

Participants can deepen their understanding of a particular aspect of organizational unconscious bias by attending one of the following workshops:

 

  • The Impact of unconsicous bias in the Hiring Process;
  • Unconscious bias and Talent Development;
  • Unconscious bias and Leadership.

Key findings from each group discussion will be presented back to the entire group following the sessions.

The event will be introduced by Sarah Battey, the HR Group subject matter expert and then followed by a breakout session, lasting about 1hr 15mins. 

Registration and more information here.

Formation "Gestion de la Diversité" en 2016

This training is organized by the Committee for the Diversity Charter Lëtzebuerg and coordinated by Christina Constantinidis, Ph. D. in management and academic researcher. The aim of this training is to provide detailed knowledge and concrete tools about diversity management to the signatories of the Diversity Charter Lëtzebuerg. By connecting theory with practice, this training is adapted to companies’ needs towards the challenges of diversity.  The training is structured around the 7 chapters of the “Diversity Management” practical guide, published by the Committee for the Diversity Charter Lëtzebuerg.

Please find attached a detailed description of the training.


PLEASE NOTICE  There is a limited number of participants, early registration will be priority.

Cost
500 €/ participant for the 2-day training. The price includes lunch/coffee break, the printing of the training supports and a practical guide.

Event in French.

When?

 17 June 2016 and 23 September 2016

Mandatory presence on both days.

For whom?

Diversity Officers/ Responsibles for Diversity Signatories of the Charter

Where?

to be dermined

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