Kendall on the Ropes
A corporate theatre workshop focussed
on building inclusive leaders
A distinctive and highly engaging workplace training session aimed at leaders exploring the impact of unconscious bias on diversity, inclusive behaviours and how to create and lead inclusive teams.
Kendall on the Ropes explores the role of inclusive behaviours and in particular inclusive leadership in creating a positive workplace culture.
The workshop explores the impact of unconscious bias on personal and business decisions and how they undermine productivity. The session focuses on empowering leaders to create inclusive workplace cultures and how inclusive behaviours lead to organisational success.
Kendall on the Ropes is delivered as an extended half-day or full day workshop.
Learn about specific examples of unconscious bias and learn how to spot them in everyday interactions
Identify the impact of assumptions and unconscious biases on behaviour and decision making processes in the workplace
Understand the links between diversity and inclusion and workplace productivity and satisfaction
Reflect on their own leadership behaviours and how they can build a culture of openness and respect
Explore strategies for promoting diversity and inclusion in their workplace
Undertake a self-assessment tool to assist them to build capacity using the Deloitte six signature traits of inclusive leadership
Kendall knows what it takes to be successful and is determined to pass those skills onto the rest of his team.
When the business implements an organisation wide diversity and inclusion overhaul, he doesn’t understand why he needs to focus on the touchy feely side of management when it’s the bottom line that really counts.
CORPORATE THEATRE - Introducing new or challenging ideas through a theatrical storytelling lens allows the audience to observe, reflect, and put into practice new ideas in a safe and hands-off environment.
CHARACTER INTERVIEW - Participants interview the actors in character, to uncover the internal motivations, fears, and beliefs driving their observable behaviour.
CHARACTER COACHING - Characters ask participants for advice on how to behave, and take that advice into their scenario. Participants are prompted to reflect on the effectiveness of their input.