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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Training

For diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) training to work effectively, the expected values, behaviours and attitudes also have to be embedded in the culture of the organisation, in order to create an environment where inclusion and belonging can flourish. Against this backdrop, training is intended to help individuals learn, understand and be able to personally take on and put into practice those values, behaviours and attitudes.


In all workshops, attendees will be asked to draw on the experience they themselves bring. The workshop is highly experiential and interactive. I encourage active reflection, critical thinking and action-planning.

You can choose from a number of different DEI workshops:

  • DEI Foundation: the basics of DEI, providing a shared vocabulary and understanding of the topic

  • Conflict resolution: what to do when you find yourself in a polarised interaction in the workplace

  • Allyship and active bystander: once you understand the basics, the next step is to figure out what to do - in this workshop we look at how to be an ally and how to actively make a stand

  • Advanced DEI: in this course, we really delve into the ultimate DEI goal - challenging systemic inequality



Benefits / Outcomes

The benefits of DEI training include:

  • An increase in innovation through access to new ideas and ways of thinking

  • Helps people to have difficult conversations so workplace politics are lessened

  • An inclusive workplace is more likely to attract diverse clientele and employees


Learning Objectives

The learning objectives for this interactive workshop are to:

  • How to define unconscious bias, including how to recognise and manage their own biases

  • About the Equality Act (2010)

  • What systemic inequality is and how to make it visible

  • Which components are needed to build a DEI Framework and Strategy


If you'd like to set up a discovery call, please get in touch.

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