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Chrishammond ignite liv
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  • TAKING RISKS
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    • 1.  
    • 2. @chrissyhammond [email_address] This is me: … artistic director , wheelchair user , accidental leader , disruptive, mother , unfit, fat and fifty, easily distracted , wife, arts worker , atrocious singer, communicator , bit of a geek , visual artist, self taught designer, teacher , talkative, twitterer, armchair Man Utd supporter & Mac enthusiast . Passionate about inclusion and collaboration
    • 3. Functional approach to inclusion
    • 4. Functional approach to inclusion
    • 5. Functional approach to inclusion
    • 6. It’s not looking at an individuals labels about changing the organisations labels Or … there are no hard to reach people Just hard to reach organisations
    • 7. But inclusion is a process not a state
    • 8. Breathing Criteria for inclusion
    • 9. All means ALL
    • 10. … inclusion means with not just in with not for
    • 11. Bottom up has to be top down
    • 12. Its about giving up control
    • 13. Both inclusion and collaboration are about listening and about trust
    • 14. Its about giving people the tools they need… … for their unique ways to contribute
    • 15. Being included means being in Networks
    • 16. People can meet ME before they meet me
    • 17. Its not about Silos
    • 18. The new landscape is flat
    • 19. The old order
    • 20. The new order
    • 21.  

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