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"When we are talking about diversity, it is not a box to check. It is a reality that should be deeply felt and held and valued by all of us."

-Ava DuVernay

Diversity,  Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging Solutions

Our Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) Solutions will support employees to better work with others of differing abilities, backgrounds, nationalities, and genders, emphasizes a more inclusive workplace, and explains the benefits of doing so. Broadly, the training increases awareness of unintentional biases and teaches how to better interact with others who come from different backgrounds and differing perspectives. Since DEIB training encounters the risk of discrimination and harassment, it has the additional benefits of improving awareness, increasing workplace morale, and improving productivity. Our overall goal is to help you attain a workplace culture that is inclusive of all people.

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Why do you need diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging training?

DEIB training is simply a basic core and fundamental value for any responsive organization. We now know that organizations with high team member engagement resulting from improved DEIB are often 20 percent more profitable than organizations without it.

 

Organizations that invest in ongoing diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives as part of their overall corporate development strategy stand to experience the following benefits:
 

  • More fully engaged employees. 

  • Increased employee retention

  • Enhanced talent pipeline

  • Employees of choice

  • Inclusive culture. An inclusive workplace improves communication with leadership and team members, boosting employee morale

  • Overall reduction in employee litigation, and less related occurrences of discrimination lawsuits

  • Enhanced bottom-line

Types of DEIB Training That We Offer

Our Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEIB) Solutions will provide support for employees to better work with others of differing abilities, backgrounds, nationalities, and genders, emphasizes a more inclusive workplace and explains the benefits of doing so. Broadly, the training increases an awareness of unintentional biases, and teaches how to better interact with others who come from different backgrounds and differing perspectives. Since DEIB training encounters the risk of discrimination and harassment, it has the additional benefits of improving awareness, increasing workplace morale, and improving productivity. Our overall goal is to help you attain a workplace culture that is inclusive of all people.

COMMON GROUND TRAINING

This is based on exploiting similar priorities, values, and goals to help align colleagues to be on the same wavelength.

FACILITATED CONVERSATION TRAINING

This creates space for less vocal employees to have their voices heard, concerns expressed, and feedback given.

CULTURAL SENSITIVITY TRAINING

This helps members of a dominant group to understand how to empathize with colleagues from minority and under-represented backgrounds.

UNCONSCIOUS BIAS TRAINING

This aims to identify and uncover the subconscious ways in which employees engage in biased or oppressive behavior.

ACCOMMODATION TRAINNG

This empowers employees from diverse backgrounds to advocate for how they can be better accommodated at the workplace, allowing the creation of space for the safe and comfortable accommodation of different physical, environmental or religious needs.

INCLUSIVE MANAGEMENT
TRAINING

This helps supervisors to recognize discriminatory or oppressive management practices, and to dismantle biased systems at the workplace.

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT TRAINING

This seeks to go beyond the internal organization, and it encourages team members to look at how the business can serve the greater good of the community, viewed through the lens of DEIB.

ANTI-OPPRESSION TRAINING

This is an advanced type of training that teaches employees how to proceed from ally to collaborator, and to take an active stance in supporting and uplifting marginalized colleagues. This type of training frequently involves subjects such as racism, sexism, and homophobia.