The Future of Work Scotland team are delighted to be hosting organisational development specialist, Sile Walsh
In this session, Sile will share her insights into what diversity looks like in practice.
What can our attendees expect to take away from the session?
1. Understand inclusion from a practice perspective.
2. Learn the 3 essential techniques that support you being more inclusive straight away.
3. Understand the number one barrier to inclusion – globally
Here's some background on our amazing guest speaker for this session:
Sile specialises in strategic leadership and organisational development.
She is experienced in coaching senior leaders and middle managers across sectors including healthcare, pharmaceuticals, education, technology and commerce within Ireland and internationally.
Sile has over ten years of experience working with individuals, teams and organisations supporting change management, leadership development, inclusion and diversity, and organisational development programmes.
Sile is committed to being inclusive in her work and supporting people from a wide range of backgrounds to reach their potential; this includes people who experience systemic barriers in society. She is a PhD researcher focusing on the role of coaching psychology in inclusive leadership within private organisations.
Sile has an international client base and speaks on leadership, inclusion, and coaching psychology. Sile guest lectured with University College Cork on both the masters in Organisational Psychology and Personal and Management Coaching, is on the committee for Coaching Psychology with the Psychological Society of Ireland and is a senior board member for a private organisation providing services on behalf of government agencies.
She holds numerous relevant coaching and academic qualifications:
PhD Coaching Psychology, Canterbury Christchurch University (Currently in progress)
MSc in Personal and Management Coaching, University College Cork
HDip in Coaching Psychology, University College Cork
Organisational Participatory Management
Leadership in the Community
Critical Reflection Practice (a supervision model)
Diploma in Adult psychology, Kilroy’s College
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