WORKSHOP – The impact of reflection as a tool towards inclusive working
**Please note that this workshop is limited to 10 participants**
This workshop will explore a reflective design methodology being trialled at Wellcome Collection.
The Wellcome Collection Inclusion Team is working to embed access, diversity and inclusion across Wellcome Collection. A key outcome that we are driving towards is that ‘deaf, disabled, neurodiverse and racially minoritised people shape what we do and the decisions we make’.
So how can we do this effectively and meaningfully? And what does an inclusive project look like?
We will unpick these questions by reflecting together on a case study from Wellcome Collection. During the workshop delegates will also work in supportive small groups to reflect on a case study brought by yourself or another participant.
The workshop will involve:
• Group coaching conversations reflecting on practice
• Mapping and analysing projects with inclusive elements or outcomes
• Reframing what constitutes ‘success’
• Exploring service design methodologies
In preparation delegates should identify a case study to share from their own professional experience. This could be a project that they consider successful, or one that wasn’t successful in the way they anticipated or where things didn’t go as expected. The Wellcome Collection case study will include plenty of opportunities for learning!