Mon, 28 Mar|
Online Event - 2022
Levelling Up - The Impact Of Racism On Mental Health (1)
Join Inclucive founder, Chikere Igbokwe in conversation with Progressive Minds founder, Emma Last about Racism and Mental Health.
Time & Location
28 Mar 2022, 12:30 – 13:15 BST
Online Event - 2022
About the event
About this event
In this important and thought-provoking event, Chikere and Emma will be discussing how being treated unfairly in the workplace because of one's race or ethnicity can affect the mental health of your employees. This event will shed light on microaggressions and biases, whilst also providing the necessary information about how to support your employees.
Chikere Igbokwe (She|Her) founded both the Allyship community and Inclucive, a DEI Consultancy to help organisations build inclusion into their foundations. She values long term partnerships and is passionate about equality, equity, social justice and amplifying unrepresented voices. She is a subject matter expert on gender, recruitment, retaining diverse talent, understanding race including anti-racism and allyship. As an experienced Executive Recruiter, Facilitator and DEI Leader, Chikere is on a mission to educate employees, make organisations more diverse and inclusive and to equip them with the know-how to be change-makers.
Emma Last (She|Her) is a qualified Mental Health and Wellbeing Trainer and Coach. She has co-written both the First Aid Industry body’s accredited First Aid for Mental Health and Wellbeing training for Adults in the workplace and those working with children. Emma also has over 20-years, experience in leading teams and developing strategies for change. She worked in Senior leadership for a large corporate until early 2018, when she came to a turning point in her career due to being on the brink of burnout and wanted to gain more of a balance in her life. She then rebooted her life and founded her company Progressive Minds. Helping others to find the balance between health, wellbeing and performance.