Allyship: Workplace Essentials (6 February)


This webinar is aimed at senior leaders and employees who want an in-depth understanding of allyship, and what it means to be an ally.

  • Introduction
  • Allyship – What does it mean?
  • The importance of an ally
  • Active allyship
  • The roles allies play
  • Microaggressions
  • Becoming a change agent
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Tuesday 6 February, 11:00am – 12:15pm


Members: £30 + VAT
Non-Members: £35 + VAT

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About the Trainer

Talycia studied as a psychological practitioner and is an experienced and engaging facilitator who is passionate about LGBTQ+ issues, Anti-Racism in the workplace, Disability and Neurodiversity Awareness, as well as delivering training on these topics.

Her delivery style is very empathetic, warm and detail oriented; her main aim in the session is to ensure everyone attending leaves with their questions being answered and their qualms quelled in a comfortable, open space.

She is able to draw on her own experience as a Queer South Asian woman with ADHD and give examples of this to empathise and connect with people at different parts of their learning journey.

Prior to working in EDI (Equality, Diversity and Inclusion), Talycia worked as a Youth Facilitator and Teaching Assistant specialising in adjustments for children with Special Educational Needs. She was able to see first-hand some of the inequalities at play for marginalised groups and how that affected children as they grew up. This encouraged her to continue to work to amplify the voices of different communities and encourage others to do the same. This has now grown into her dream job, amplifying and supporting marginalised communities.

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