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Impactful diversity training programs help equip your team with skills to work collaboratively with peers from different backgrounds, cultures and beliefs. Our expert diversity consultants lead the important journey to an approachable and psychologically safe environment where others are able to learn and openly share feedback. Our award-winning diversity training talent brings real-life perspectives to inspire a culture where everyone feels valued.
Our diversity consultants are experts in their field, passionate about making a difference through impactful diversity initiatives, and bring deep experience to each interaction. They are carefully vetted to ensure they have the experience, skills, and empathy necessary to deliver training on sensitive topics like diversity and inclusion in an impactful way.
We are all influenced by the thoughts, opinions, and experiences of those around us. By conducting the training virtually, participants may feel more willing to examine their unconscious biases without the influence and potential judgment of those around them in a traditional classroom.
With virtual diversity and inclusion training, participants can quickly split into smaller discussion/chat groups, such as Zoom’s “breakout room” feature. This allows more collaborative opportunities without interfering too much with training time.
When participating in virtual training, learners can easily send the instructor private chat with messages in real-time during the session. These chats could include questions, comments, or examples of bias that they might be more reluctant to share if they are in front of a group of peers.
DEI programs must be integrated throughout your organization and consistently reinforced.
In this episode of “Bring Out The Talent,” we speak with Kisha Dixon, an award-winning Culture Change Agent and Senior TTA Learning Consultant. In this powerful conversation, Kisha discusses diversity and how it has evolved over the years. Kisha also shares effective ways leaders can use empathy to address unconscious and implicit bias in the workplace, what a successful diversity program looks like, how organizations can ensure long-lasting program effectiveness, the advantages of remote diversity programs, and ways to advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion with colleagues who might not understand its importance.
In this episode of “Bring Out The Talent,” we speak with Bonnie Rivers, Director of Employer Relations for Work Without Limits at UMass Chan Medical School’s Commonwealth Medicine. With so many organizations increasing their focus on inclusion and diversity, many are looking to find ways to better support employees with disabilities. Bonnie and the team at Work Without Limits provide training and consulting services to help build the capacity of employers, employment service providers, state agency personnel, and educational institutions in advancing workplace disability inclusion. Bonnie discusses how the programs work, the training programs offered, how to address neurodiversity in the workplace, and much more. Tune in and learn how you can support a more diverse workplace that thrives without limits.
Looking to diversify their workforce, Akamai partnered with TTA on the Akamai Technical Academy, which provides opportunities for people to pursue a technical career without coming from a traditional technical background.
Brandon Hall Award for Excellence in Competencies and Skill Development
Vanguard needed to quickly scale to train 18,000 employees in 19 locations on their DEI program.
Union Pacific had to train over 10,000 mid-level to frontline managers in 16 locations over 12 different states in several areas of compliance.
Explore the meaning of implicit bias, what it means to your organization, and how to combat its effects. Download our eBook: Implicit Bias and Diversity Training in The Workplace to discover key ways to help make your diversity training programs successful.