Knowledge Exchange Series - Gender & Language
WORKSHOP - From Bystanding to Bravery
Practical Dialogue Tools for Challenging Micro-aggressions and Building a Gender-equal Workplace Culture
Facilitator: Sally Dellow, Director, Dramatic Difference
Moderator: Aditi Jhaveri, Lecturer, Centre for Applied English Studies, HKU
Date: 14 May 2021 (Friday)
Time: 1:30 – 2:30 PM
Delivery: via Zoom
Help you understand bystander psychology and psychological safety, and how both can show up in you and others.
Empower you to demonstrate respectful allyship and support for women in your workplace.
Provide you with practical, behavioural skills to role-model and inspire cultural change in your workplace.
The session has an interactive format. It is a safe space for dialogue, coaching and observation practice, using forum theatre and working with our experienced roleplayers and theatre-led learning facilitator.
“One of the most inspirational, practical and eye-opening workshops I have ever been in.” (Senior Executive at an International Bank in Hong Kong)
“Thought provoking, practical and engaging” / “Great fun with some very powerful learnings.”
(Feedback from workshops organized for The Women’s Foundation)
Sally Dellow is an Executive Coach and Facilitator specialising in Leadership Development, Inter-cultural Teams and Communication. She has lived in Hong Kong for over 30 years, designing and delivering work from Melbourne to Mumbai. Thousands of hours of coaching experience inform Sally’s human-centred coaching practice. She has supported clients from multinational company executives through to start-up entrepreneurs and NGO heads. Her award-winning consultancy, Dramatic Difference, is known as a leading innovator and practitioner in the field of Theatre-Led Learning, drawing on the team’s backgrounds in writing, directing and performing for stage and film.