Allyship: Understanding and contributing effectively to an inclusive workplace06/07/2023 -
In our first Diversity vlog, Priscilla Chipo Marongwe from the Equality, Diversity and Human Rights team at NHS Education for Scotland discusses effective allyship in the workplace.
This session covers:
- How would you define allyship in the context of diversity and inclusion?
- What would effective allyship in the workplace look like?
- What can you do to be an active ally?
- Where do you start?
(Duration: 46 minutes)
Priscilla Chipo Marongwe, Equality and Inclusion Staff Networks/ Learning Content Officer, NES Equality, Diversity and Human Rights Team, NHS Education for Scotland
Priscilla Chipo Marongwe is a professional trainer, facilitator and consultant with a focus on the sustainability of equality, diversity, inclusion and human rights. She has proven leadership skills of working with organisations through supporting, developing, enabling and motivating others to achieve their objectives in this area of work. This includes a wide range of industry sectors at all levels in the statutory, institutional, voluntary and private sectors in the field of construction, domestic abuse, homelessness, health, housing, sport, social care, education and civil service. Priscilla holds an MSc in Equality and Diversity, Strathclyde University (pending); MSc in Project Management (Construction Management), Heriot-Watt University; BSc in Quantity Surveying, Napier University and a Diploma in Training and Development.
The recording also includes an opening reflection from Lynnette Grieve, NES Employee Director/Staff Side Chair.