Tea Break: How To Do It Right Workshop

"The Tea Break provides the framework and opportunity for an organisation to hear the honest voice and feelings of its colleagues about race inequality.

All employees are invited to a one-hour themed, online discussion about an issue that matters. Typically, through Zoom or Teams platforms, individuals can remain anonymous, listen to others or actively participate – it’s freedom of choice.

This initiative was developed through the Solutions Collaboratory™ in collaboration with Network Rail and its staff network, Cultural Fusion, Mental Health First Aid England and those with lived experience from other organisations.

The Tea Break methodology enables courageous conversations. Evidence shows that within the hour, what colleagues are thinking and how they are feeling will become apparent. This gives the organisation and its senior management insights and the opportunity to address concerns and issues that are being shared.

The methodology will clearly enable an organisation to show it is moving from words to meaningful action."

This is a virtual event.

Tea Break Workshop

Join us for our Tea Break ‘How to do it right’ Workshop.

You will hear:
• Why it is needed
• How to utilise the ‘How to do it right’ guide
• From Tea Break experts Sharon Salmon and Sonia Hazel at Network Rail who will share their insight, experiences, and expertise.

This dynamic and interactive event will have two 10-minute breakout sessions so you can collaborate, share ideas and problem solve potential challenges that could be a barrier for your organisation.”

VIRTUAL EVENT: Safe Space How to Do it Right Workshop 22 June 12.30-13.45

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