How can you build a more diverse and inclusive workplace and community if you’re held back by your own biases?
There’s no need to be ashamed if you've got prejudices. We all grow up in a world that provides us with a huge set of ready-made prejudices about people of different ethnicities, gender identities, ages, and so on. They can run so deep that we may be unaware of them, but they inform our actions nonetheless.
That’s why a key part of any successful diversity and inclusion training program is to help employees identify and acknowledge their own biases. Only then can they start to make better, fairer decisions.
We meet monthly via Zoom with leaders, citizens, stake holders and community representatives to share trainings and information that will inform the community we live in on issues we face from a variety of perspectives. Difference can be challenging. If you've got a homogenous group of people who all think alike, it’s easier to reach a comfortable consensus. Diversity means including people with different perspectives, different experiences, different opinions, and perhaps different working styles or expectations.
- Workplace Diversity and Inclusion
- Family Counseling
- Anger Management
- Group Therapy
Speakers and Facilitators
- Speakers available for Group Outreach
- Communication Difficulties
- Addressing Councils and City Government
- Direct observation in school setting
- Collaborate with teachers
- Develop techniques to communicate
- Assist with program modification
- Provide resources for school staff