Building a credible and impactful Diversity & Inclusion learning solution

by | May 1, 2019 | Case Studies, Featured, General, Interviews, Resources

This recorded webinar provides a case study from Vodafone and PurpleMedia following their success in designing and implementing a credible and impactful learning solution surrounding diversity and inclusion in the workplace and beyond.

Vodafone wanted a thought-provoking and engaging way to raise employees’ awareness of issues surrounding diversity, without being patronising or judgmental.

Working with PurpleMedia they created a learning campaign, leveraging Vodafone’s sponsorship of London Pride, and centred around a unique learning experience that blended host-led video with quick-fire interactions; testing and challenging the learner’s assumptions and decision-making processes, before discussing their choices in a non-judgmental way.

Joe Kennard, Founder and MD of PurpleMedia and Claire Barron, Senior L&D Manager at Vodafone, shared their collaborative learning journey to success with Senior Learning Analyst, Nahdia Khan. Listen to the recording above.

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