Difficult DEI Conversations
Becoming Comfortable with the Uncomfortable
Strategic DEI Training Programs
Being able to effectively manage difficult conversations is a critical business skill – especially when those conversations may involve matters related to race, gender, or ethnicity. With changing workplace demographics, the ability to effectively discuss matters once considered taboo in the work environment will continue to become more prevalent, commonplace, and necessary.
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Understanding the Language of DEI
There is considerable misunderstanding in today’s workplace regarding DEI related terminology and language usage. From pronouns to racial descriptions (Latina vs. Latinx, Black or African American, gay or queer), our need for greater understanding of this space has grown significantly over the last few years.Learn more
Self-Awareness in the Workplace & Beyond
Understanding unconscious bias requires a sense of awareness of workplace dynamics as well as one’s own perspectives and views. By learning strategies designed to mitigate bias, leaders and employees can foster more productive teams, more effective leadership, and more inclusive cultures.Learn more
Understanding Inclusive Leadership
Explore today's most critical insights on inclusive leadership and learn strategies for creating collaborative teams which achieve optimal business outcomes.Learn more
Inclusive recruitment is a core skill for human resources professionals as well as hiring managers; from resume review to candidate onboarding.Learn more
DEI at Work: The Fundamentals of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Grasping the fundamentals of DEI is critical to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace. By having a solid DEI foundation and understanding, organizations are well positioned to enhance performance in the workplace and the marketplace.Learn more
How to Authentically Create an Anti-Racist Workplace
Learn to create an "anti-racism" workplace where employees feel respected & engaged; for improved communications, collaboration and performance.Learn more
On Being an Ally
Allyship is the practice of using one’s position of power or privilege to support and uplift others for the greater good. Understanding the do’s and the don’ts — are all part of the allyship journey.Learn more
Inclusion for All: Recognizing the Differently-Abled in the Workplace
If your organization does not have a tangible and actionable strategy to address disability inclusion, you could be excluding over 20% of American adults.Learn more
Effective ERG Leaders/Leadership
ERG leaders possess the power to inspire ERG member engagement while also driving real business impact. The ability to effectively manage and realize both - takes a thorough understanding of the ERGs role within the organization, effective and inclusive leadership skills, and a solid overarching strategy.Learn more
Effective ERG Executive Sponsors
The effectiveness of an ERG Executive Sponsor can greatly impact the success or lack thereof for an ERG. But many Executive Sponsors share that they don’t know how much to lead or if they should simply provide guidance when asked.Learn more
Recognizing & Handling Microaggressions in the Workplace
Understanding what microaggressions are and how they are manifested in the workplace is the first step in mitigating damage to the organizational culture and team dynamics.Learn more
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