Location: Digital event via Zoom Conference Call.

As part of our culture week, Romeo Effs, CEO and founder of Lumorus, will run a workshop designed to provide a comprehensive view of the most critical elements that form organisational health and culture, whilst offering practical steps and exploring the value of data in the journey towards cultural transformation.

The first part of the workshop will unpack the science behind bias and its role in the overall organisational health and culture. It will facilitate understanding about what inclusivity is at its core, whilst exploring what inclusive leadership means and how it can be transformative for organisations.

The second part of the workshop will propose practical steps for cultural transformation. In this part of the workshop, we will explore what constitutes meaningful data and how it can be used as tool for understanding the workforce and diversity story of the organisation. We will then look into how this data can be utilised to build the foundations of good organisational health and culture.

Agenda

Introduction

  • Workshop objectives

  • Ground rules

Part 1 – Inclusive Leadership

  • Visualisation Exercise

  • The Science of Bias

  • Traits of Inclusive Leaders

Part 2 – The Value of Data

  • Why is data important and how can it contribute to the organisational culture?

  • What constitutes meaningful data?

  • Inclusion data vs Diversity data.

  • The process of collecting data, gaining employee trust, and engaging them in the process.

  • Making use of the data – action and accountability.

Q&A

Romeo Effs is the founder and CEO of Lumorus, a global consultancy that helps businesses and their leaders redefine their corporate governance and leadership to bring about positive, structural change.

About Romeo

Romeo brings over 25 years’ experience as a boardroom level corporate executive and business owner to those with whom he works. He is guided by the core belief that true leaders strive to bring out the greatness that lies within both themselves and others. Romeo’s varied experience and staunch beliefs give him the unique advantage of knowing first-hand what it takes to grow professionally and develop a mind-set for success.

In addition to his current role as CEO of Lumorus, Romeo is Chair of the IBRIE Foundation, a charitable foundation that seeks to equip underserved communities in the UK, Jamaica and Ghana with tools which help them generate and use new ideas. He is also Chair of the Wandsworth Oasis (the UK’s 3rd largest HIV Charity), Trustee of the Youth Business International (founded by Prince Charles). Additionally, Romeo is an Advisor to the Board of Banx for Institutions and a lecturer at London South Bank University.

Romeo holds a dual MSc in Finance, Supply Management & Trade from Cass Business School. An avid believer in continuous development, Romeo has trained as an executive coach with the Tavistock Institute and continues to deepen his understanding of organisational leadership at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford.