Design an incluSIVELeader scenario
• The AI hackathon has been delivered across industries including tech and financial services
• Up to 150 delegates
• High impact, 5 hour session – new approach to inclusive training where delegates are giving the structure and tools to research and brainstorm what makes an inclusive leader
• Introduces D&I themes while finding solutions
• Teams learn in real-time how to collaborate, problem-solve, strategise and pitch their ideas during the final presentation
• Reverse-learning through a post event debrief on findings
• The hackathon is supported by a lead facilitator and 4 co-facilitators
• The Scenario is can be adapted for your organisation to maximise outcomes
This diversity and inclusion themed hackathon is an ideal opportunity for organisations looking to run an impactful D&I event that offers a different learning experience on a large scale (for up to a maximum of 150 attendees). It is part of the Active Inclusion programme portfolio.
All D&I hackathon scenarios are written with the intent to engage a wide and diverse audience, is hugely participative and competitive as teams have to work against the clock. They are written and designed to create debate around cognitive diversity, our digital world and the impact of AI in the workplace. Teams must abide by the D&I hackathon rules and deliver a compelling presentation and pitch at the end of it.
• The value and emphasis is on how these groups collaborate, debate, work together, formulate their thinking around diversity characteristics (inherent, acquired and cognitive)
• Use this is as a great way to engage existing employees and also induct new employees on the importance of diversity and inclusion in an exciting way.
• Invite employees of your key clients and strategic business partners.
• Pre-hackathon 60-min workshop on diversity and inclusion. This is a great way to provide everyone training just before they head into the scenario. They are all given the tools and understanding, so no-one is left behind and unable to comprehend any of the concepts.
• Post-event debrief or phone call on how the organisation can apply the learnings and outcomes to create a positive impact on inclusion back in the workplace.