Manchester Coffee Roulette – getting to know your peers; Brought to you by pro-manchester & JCI Manchester: #UnitedForInclusion
National Inclusion Week is designed to celebrate everyday inclusion in all its forms to celebrate, share and inspire inclusion practices. Every year National Inclusion Week has a theme and in 2021 it is about unity.
National Inclusion Week 2021 will take place from 27 September – 3 October and as part of the celebrations pro-manchester and JCI Manchester are uniting together for this special event to mark the week and celebrate the diversity that bringing organisations together facilitates.
For everyday of Inclusion Week, Inclusive Employers (the organisers of the week) have created Daily Actions that bring the #UnitedForInclusion theme to life.
On Friday the theme is: Unite your colleagues: How well do colleagues know each other?
We know that inclusive cultures will grow from inclusive foundations. How well do colleagues in your organisation know each other? So we are organising a special networking session over coffee to introduce you to the week and each other including a coffee roulette where you’ll be randomly paired to expand your network, consider actions that can be taken to be more inclusive and hear best practice.
It’s a great opportunity for peers whose job paths might not cross to find out more about each other, so register below to join us on the Friday... why not bring along a colleague?
About the Speakers:
We are the Greater Manchester Business Community and the largest business development organisation in the North West. Connecting, sharing and collaborating across GM and the North West for 35 years.
Governed by a non-executive Board of Directors made up of senior individuals from within our membership, we increase professional excellence through knowledge sharing, creating partnerships and staying ahead of the ever-changing business environment.
The Future pro-manchester committee is dedicated to promoting and developing young talent within Greater Manchester’s business community. We aim to help young professionals develop new business skills, build relationships and network with like-minded people through a variety of events. This includes the prestigious Made in Manchester Awards
Fairness in the workplace is a vital part of a successful business and pro-manchester is committed to championing equality, diversity and inclusion. The EDI committee aims to:
- Help develop a culture of EDI for as many people as possible within the pro-Manchester and North-West business community
- Change perceptions, breakdown barriers, facilitate conversations and challenge non-EDI behaviour, in a safe, constructive and respectful way
- Educate, inform and support
The SME Club provides free and useful information to small and medium sized businesses, supplying them with the tools and information needed to accelerate growth and achieve business goals. Being part of our network you can provide insight to help attract new business through expert advice.
JCI Manchester is part of the global JCI Network. JCI is a global, not-for-profit organisation for 18 to 40 year olds, run by its members for its members. JCI’s mission is to provide development opportunities that empower young people to create positive change. JCI members are from many different backgrounds, cultures and professions, but all share common values and passion to develop themselves and support and improve their communities.