Building inclusive teams

Unlock team performance

Diverse and inclusive teams increase financial performance, value creation, and innovation. The most successful products are built by inclusive and engaged teams that are able to integrate a diverse set of voices and ideas throughout a company. This is now becoming even harder to achieve with the increasingly globalised workforce and remote working arrangements.

Organisations that build inclusive and diverse teams enjoy higher employee satisfaction and loyalty, and are able to attract a larger pool of talent. A diverse team is more empathetic and accommodating to a larger group of possible clients and their needs, as a result adding more value to their customers. When people feel a sense of belonging, it drives intrinsic motivation and purpose. It creates a safe environment where people can bring their whole selves to work, do their best work, and feel connected.

Leaders who build inclusive teams are able to have meaningful connections with those that they lead, inspire and motivate, and unlock team performance. Leadership comes with many responsibilities, and building an inclusive team is one of them.

Join us on this workshop and take your leadership skills to the next level. We will address some of the most difficult challenges that all leaders face throughout their careers, including issues that prohibit team productivity, understanding stereotypes, unconscious biases, and planning for difficult communications. A focus on inclusion is now a necessity for optimal business performance.


Get your ticket now for the July workshop

Blackmill's Engineering Leadership workshop was one of the best courses I've attended. While it contained general leadership and management learnings, the specific software engineering focus plus both Elle and Lachlan's industry experience was invaluable. I also found that the teachings focused around empathy clearly aligned with my own values. Highly recommended for those just starting their tech leadership journey to seasoned leaders looking to sharpen their axe.

Charles Vallance , Engineering Manager Sharesies

As a Software Engineer stepping into the world of technical leadership for the first time, I found Lachlan and Elle's workshop to be extremely valuable. Connecting with others in the industry gave me the opportunity to learn from real world examples, and there was a healthy balance of theoretical and technical content.

I'd recommend this workshop if you want to grow your team sustainably, and set them up for long term success.

Chris Nankervis

Workshop structure

Why you should do this workshop

Curriculum

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Like all our events, this workshop is covered by our code of conduct and joining us assumes your agreement to be bound by the code.

Logistics

When:
Format:
Online with
  • A 30-minute individual chat
  • A two-hour session each day for four days
  • A follow up session
Cost:

Early Bird: $1,600 AUD plus GST

Regular: $1,900 AUD plus GST

Tickets:

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Join us, because thoughtful engineering practices lead to quality, stability, and effectiveness.

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Elle and Lachlan have a knack for creating a safe learning environment and helping participants of all levels get involved. I left their workshop inspired, with a few new tools under my belt and the confidence to put them in practice.

They know the web community inside-out so speakers they bring in are top notch. Would highly recommend them to any development team looking to level up.

Steve Gilles , Founder at Lookahead

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Would you like to improve team effectiveness and productivity? Got a project you think we can help with? Interested in leadership coaching or engineering training? Basically, want to work with us? Get in touch: gday@blackmill.co and we will be in touch in a jiffy.

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