Organised by: Software Cornwall
Date: Thurs 3rd February 2022
Time: 10:00 to 11:30
Location: Online event
We're delighted to introduce this online workshop exclusively for Software Cornwall members on developing a good company culture for your tech company.
According to a study by global jobs website Glassdoor, workers value a strong company culture over higher pay.
"Glassdoor’s Mission & Culture Survey 2019 found that over 77% of adults across four countries (the UK, United States, France, Germany) would consider a company’s culture before applying for a job there, and 79% would consider a company’s mission and purpose before applying. Furthermore, over half of the 5000 respondents said that company culture is more important than salary when it comes to job satisfaction."
The best employers understand why all of their employees should feel welcome, respected and represented at work. They know that inclusion drives better individual, business and organisational outcomes. And they believe that staff must be able to bring their whole selves to work.
This session will help identify the features of an inclusive workplace and some of the strategies and resources to help you attract and retain great staff.
You'll learn about:
- The characteristics of a positive workplace
- The principles of inclusive leadership
- Why inclusion and diversity matters
- The local context - inclusion and diversity in Cornwall
- Embedding inclusion and diversity in your team
We're honoured to welcome Emmie Kell, CEO of Cornwall Museums Partnership who will be the facilitator for this session.
Emmie is the CEO of Cornwall Museums Partnership, an independent charity which exists to create positive social change with museums.
She is a member of Cornwall’s Creative Industries Taskforce, the Creative Industries Federation UK Council and the Tate St Ives Advisory Council. She cmleted her term as Non Exec Director of the LEP in 2021.
Emmie leads on strategic planning, regional and national advocacy and partnership development for Cornwall Museums Partnership.
With over 28 years of experience within the museum sector including working at the V&A, Somerset House, MOSI Manchester, and Thinktank Birmingham, Emmie is a qualified coach, an experienced leadership mentor and trainer with a particular interest in governance, partnerships and collaborative leadership.
Emmie is a Fellow of the RSA and was the Arts Council England Museums Clore Fellow in 2014/15.
In March 2022 she will join Arts Council England as Director of Museums and Cultural Property.
This session is free to Software Cornwall members. Not a member yet? There are loads of benefits to joining the Software Cornwall community, you can find out more and sign up at https://softwarecornwall.org/membership-benefits.
Accessing the event
The event will be hosted via Zoom. Please register for this event to receive joining instructions.