This course is based on Dr. Timothy R. Clark's theory of human interaction to address patterns of fear and social friction. Leaders can transform their teams and organizations into sanctuaries of inclusion and incubators of innovation where employees feel included, feel safe to learn, feel safe to contribute, and feel safe to challenge the status quo. The course provides leaders with a roadmap on how to navigate through the four stages of psychological safety that will strengthen the organization as well as drive inclusion and innovation.
This course provides a framework for how to develop a robust and holistic Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) program. In today's diverse and interconnected world, fostering a culture of inclusivity and equity has become imperative for organizations committed to success, innovation, and social responsibility. This course offers a step-by-step approach to building a comprehensive DEI program, learning strategies for assessing their organization's current state of diversity, equity, and inclusion, identifying gaps and areas for improvement, and how to track your efforts.
In an ever-evolving world where social dynamics, cultural norms, and organizational landscapes are continuously changing, it is crucial to adopt a dynamic and adaptable approach to DEI training. The strategies that worked in the past may not work with today's workforce. Participants will delve into the latest research-based training challenges, emerging trends, and best practices in DEI training.
This course is designed to explore the importance and benefits of creating inclusive environments. The course aims to equip participants with the knowledge, skills, and strategies necessary to foster inclusivity and a sense of belonging in a professional setting. Participants will learn about the characteristics of an inclusive leader and how to create inclusive spaces that harness the power of diverse perspectives and experiences.
This course is designed to provide leaders with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively lead and manage diverse teams. The course explores the challenges and opportunities that arise when working with individuals from different backgrounds, cultures, and perspectives. Participants will explore strategies to engage a diverse workforce, identify biases that could impact employees' careers, and learn how to mitigate those biases. Learning how to manage a diverse workforce helps promote collaboration and allows us to capitalize on employees' strengths.
This is a 6 to 8-hour workshop that increases awareness of why organizations have embraced DEI and how to create environments where people feel welcomed and improve collaboration, productivity, and innovation. DEI is an essential driver for organizational success. The course discusses DEI, unconscious bias, microaggressions in the workplace, cultural competency, psychological safety, and other DEI-related topics.