This event is part of our Self-Made Series for creative freelancers and entrepreneurs aged 18-30. This series will equip you with the tools you need to be successfully Self-Made.

In this session, Allysa Rochelle will explore with you how integrating reflective practice into your work can be beneficial to you as a freelancer, particularly when looking to embed diversity and inclusion into the heart of your work practices.

Objectives of the session:

● After this session, you will be able to apply reflective practice skills to your everyday work.

● You will be able to apply this knowledge as an individual and as a group.

● You will be able to take these learnings so you can make a positive change to company culture by playing into an active ecosystem of listening, reflection and action at all levels, even as freelancers

This event will be followed by a digital networking event.

About Allysa Rochelle:

Allysa Rochelle is founder of TING, a consultancy that works to create safe spaces for marginalised people within the workplace. She has spent the past 15 years working with young people from diverse backgrounds in various youth settings, and has worked with Sony Music, Soho House, Global and HAVAS to name a few. She is passionate about holistic development of young people and creating equity in the workplace. TING offers an annual personal and professional development programme to young Black future leaders and it works with companies to create safe spaces for employees from marginalised communities, via its pastoral care consultancy and we also support companies to integrate D&I into their spaces long term. She is also the host of Vulnerable Podcast which has over 50k streams and downloads and can be listened to on all major podcast platforms.

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