To create a safe space for employees to invite their vulnerable self to engage in a dialogue with mental health professional on what does fitting in mean for them, exploring contexts and conversations that bring in an experience of exclusion like body shaming, language proficiency, diverse sexual orientations and gender identities, stereotypes across gender, geographies, cultures, etc.
- What does Fitting in at work mean?
- Whose responsibility is it? “person who wants to fit in’ or ‘group that they want to fit in with”
- Fitting in: is it overrated?
- Fitting vs Excluding
- In person and online spaces
- Role of language: microaggressions
- Do some individuals grapple with this more than others?
- Barriers to fitting in: Tactics of exclusion
- Impact of personal experiences on the individual, team and culture: from psycho-social and legal lens
- Building a culture of empathy & mutual respect
Did you know?
Employee Awareness Program is mandatory under Law
Modality & duration of Program has not been defined under Law
Data related to Employee Awareness Program has to be mentioned in annual report to be submitted to government