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2) Methods: The IW was developed and trialled with a series of work-based scenarios and realistic multifaceted personas. Data collection occurred pre- and post- IW utilising a mixed methods approach. Responses to Likert scale surveys and open-ended questions were captured and analysed via inductive and ground theory perspectives.
3) Results: An improved awareness and understanding of individual knowledge, reflectivity and positionality relating to intersectionality and intersectional approaches was reported on completion of the IW. Further, responses reported how and why organisations can approach and improve inclusivity via using intersectional approaches.
4) Conclusions: The IW as an educational package has a positive impact and is a key linkage for all employers to build an inclusive culture and to harness the talent of all employees. Further research will occur to measure the implemented change in organisations following the IW.
Cate Thomas (Member)2021 → …
Activity: Membership › Membership of networks of excellence › Academic
Cate Thomas (Facilitator), Colleen MacMillan (Participant), Ellen Swavley (Participant), Hayley Torabi (Participant), Kim Doyle (Participant), Megan Osmand (Participant) & Merryn McKinnon (Participant)2020
Activity: Participating in or organising an event › Workshop/course/forum › Academic