|Digital Training Programmes|
With our experience of delivering digital training as part of bespoke global projects for clients across the UK, Europe, Ireland and the US, we have adapted our entire suite of trainings for remote delivery.
Our suite of diversity and inclusion training addresses both specific and broad issues across the spectrum of inclusion. Trainings are tailored to audience, industry and strand of diversity, while always maintaining an intersectional lens.
Our facilitators guide participants through concepts in a personal and interactive fashion, focusing on practical actions participants can take back to the workplace and apply on a daily basis.
Alongside our suite of standard trainings which can be tailored for your audience, we can also create fully bespoke trainings to address key challenges within your organisation as either a stand-alone programme, or as part of a wider initiative supported by other resources and inclusion initiatives.
LGBT+ Pride 2020 - Digital Training
Created specifically for Pride 2020 - we have designed a suite of trainings to engage and upskill your remote teams while demonstrating your organisation’s ongoing commitment to Pride and LGBT+ inclusion during a period where physical events are not possible.
Trainings include LGBT+ Inclusion, Allyship, Trans & Non-binary Inclusion, The plus in LGBT+, and Inclusive Distancing.
For more information - download the LGBT+ Pride 2020 flyer
Exploring the benefits and impact of remote working on your diverse talent, this training examines how we can be embed inclusion and belonging for all colleagues, no matter their day to day working environment.
Conscious Inclusion takes unconscious bias training a step further by encouraging the development of practical checkpoints and solutions to reduce bias. Conscious Inclusion is about taking practical action to tackle biases, rather than
just raising awareness that they exist.
Let’s Talk about Inclusion
An interactive training that equips participants with practical tools to behave more inclusively. We take the audience through a variety of quick, experiential exercises that help make inclusion more personal to each individual, as well
as develop their empathy and understanding of other people’s lived experiences.
Ethnicity & Identity
Introduces key concepts around race, ethnicity, identity & cultural inclusion. We explore varied ethnic minority/people of color experiences in the workplace and define some of the key language and nuances around race and ethnicity. The session ends with practical and personalised hints and tips on being more aware & inclusive of colleagues of all backgrounds.
This training can be general or tailored to focus on specific groups and their experiences such as Black inclusion in the workplace.
Enhanced recruitment and attraction of diverse talent is just one of many benefits inclusive employers enjoy. This training explores how recruitment, HR and D&I teams ensure that their recruitment practices are inclusive and that they
are reaching and recruiting from the most diverse talent pools possible.
Leading in an Inclusive World
This training helps participants gain an understanding of the role they play as leaders of the organisation and as custodians of the culture of the business. It offers leaders a closer look at their own inclusive leadership style and the
culture of the wider organisation.
Effective Networks Workshop
This training is designed for employee networks at any stage of their development, from beginner to advanced. It focuses on helping networks to establish themselves as business resources, expand their reach and impact and develop more
cohesive objectives and strategies.
Allyship: How to be an active ally and advocate for diversity.
This training explores how to be a more active ally and advocate for marginalised groups. It explores the basics around language and takes participants through a journey to better understand the experiences of underrepresented groups in the workplace.
Sessions can be run with a specific focus in mind (i.e. LGBT+ allyship or ethnic minority advocacy) or as more generalised sessions focused on the importance of intersectionality and on being an effective ally across communities.
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