Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Skills for Future-Ready Leaders
According to studies, disrespectful and uncivil behavior is on the rise in the workplace – while employees state that respect from their leaders is what’s most important to them. At DHR, we know that with a competition for talent, employers must focus their attention on building a diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace culture to attract and retain the best and brightest.
DEI training can help you accelerate success around employee engagement, retention and leadership development.
Focus on Workplace Equity
DHR’s Focus on Workplace Equity program is designed to teach the foundational diversity skills required in a respectful, equitable workplace. The emphasis is on behaviors in the workplace and how they impact respectful teams and work groups. In this program, we will also explore the financial impacts of equity and demonstrate the business case for creating a culture of respect.
This plan of courses is designed for all employees in an organization, especially those designated as diversity ambassadors. Upon completion of this program, we encourage leaders to consider the Diversity Ambassadors Academy curriculum to develop the knowledge and tools needed to begin to assist the organization with development and implementation of an effective DEI strategy.
- Building a Common Language of Respect
- Dimensions of Difference & Derailing Behaviors
- Understanding Emerging Trends
- The Fiscal Impact of Workplace Equity
Employees believe that respect is the most essential factor for a culture of inclusion
Employees believe diversity and inclusion strategies are beneficial and essential
* According to research from Quantum Workplace
Diversity Ambassadors Academy
Diversity Ambassadors are critical to ensuring change takes root, but they often need training in the basics. The Diversity Ambassador Basics course is designed to help employees develop a baseline understanding of what workplace equity means and the terms associated with creating an equitable workplace. In addition, we will cover anticipated barriers to workplace equity and the financial impact of an equitable work environment.
Once Ambassadors have mastered the basics, they are eligible to complete the Diversity Ambassadors Certificate course. This in-depth program provides training and guidance on how to conceptualize, develop and build your own internal diversity program, including developing a strategy, building a communications plan, managing change and more.
- Introduction & Overview
- Diversity Council Fundamentals
- Conducting Corporate Culture Assessments
- Creating a Diversity Strategic Plan
- Communicating the Diversity Strategy
- Preventing Diversity Backlash
- Developing Employee Resource Groups
- Managing Change & Diversity, a Business Integration Model
- Understanding the Diversity Return on Investment (ROI)
Craig B. Clayton, Sr.
Global Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Consulting Practice Leader
With more than 20 years of experience as a Diversity and Inclusion Consultant, Craig helps organizations leverage the increasing diversity of their workforce, workplace and marketplace in tangible ways.
Develop a Respectful Workplace
Managing respect in the workplace is an on-going challenge. Once ground rules are established for working respectfully, many employees find there are additional skills required to be successful. The Develop a Respectful Workplace program teaches employees basic fundamental tools to work together in a ways that enhances to levels and likelihood of success.
- Building a Common Language for Respect
- Foundational Levels of Workplace Respect
- Fundamental Levels of Workplace Respect
- How to Sustain Workplace Respect
Eliminate Workplace Bullying
Employees deserve to come to work in an environment where derailing behaviors are reduced and/or eliminated. The behaviors defined as workplace bullying have a significant impact on workplaces. In the Eliminate Workplace Bullying program, leaders develop the tools needed to identify these behaviors by defining what they are and the difference between tough bosses and workplace bullies.
- Bullying in the Workplace
- Introduction & Definitions
- What Can You Do Personally?
- Different Types of Bullies at Work