Speaking

Note: All courses are customizable and can often be tailored for staff, supervisors, managers and executive leadership levels.

Diversity and Inclusion: Why it Matters for Managers/Leaders – ½ day
This interactive course presents the foundational understanding and importance of diversity and inclusion of diversity and inclusion for leaders. Leaders will explore unconscious bias and how it impacts their environment and work relationships with colleagues and staff. They will discover how their own values, culture and experiences affect interactions with colleagues, attitudes about work, and understanding of workplace values. Leaders will gain a deeper understanding of their role in promoting a diverse and inclusive work environment.

Diversity and Inclusion: Why it Matters for Staff – ½ day
This course presents the foundational understanding and importance of diversity and inclusion. Participants will explore unconscious bias and how it impacts their environment and work relationships. They will discover how their own values, culture and experiences affect interactions with colleagues, attitudes about work, and understanding of workplace values.

Diversity and Inclusion: How to be an Ally – 60 minutes
We have taken the time to learn what implicit bias is and how it can show up at work. In this workshop, we will spend time defining the term ‘Ally’ and the daily actions we can execute to insure that the underrepresented populations in our organizations get the support, development and attention they have worked so hard to achieve.

Foundations for Belonging and Inclusion (2 HR/4 HR/Full Day)
The conversations around implicit bias, ethnic diversity, equity and inclusion have become more comprehensive and multidimensional in the 21st Century. In light of the most recent events occurring around the United States and reverberating around the world, this topic is more relevant now than ever before. High performing organizations are actively embracing an employee engagement strategy, which directly navigates through these “challenging waters” for the express purpose of creating meaningful connections among employees and customers to promote diversity, inclusion and equity. The success of this engagement strategy depends, in large part, on how effective these organizations are in having difficult and fearless conversations around race, equity, opportunity and social justice. This workshop is designed to improve employee’s durable skills around diversity and inclusiveness, as well as provide personal and professional growth that will contribute to healthier work environments and better public outcomes.

Minimizing Unconscious Bias in Recruitment – 2 HR
We all have unconscious biases, it isn’t intended, it comes from the media we consume, our backgrounds and life experiences. All of it can shape our views and influence our decisions without us even realizing it. As recruiters, this can impact who we interview, move forward and turndown. In this webinar, participants will gain an awareness around the concept of implicit bias, the role it plays in our interactions with others, and tools to help us address and minimize it in the recruiting process.

Sexual Harassment Prevention for Supervisors/Managers – 2 HR
This course for supervisors and managers will provide you with the information you need about sexual harassment prevention in the workplace. The content focuses on what constitutes sexual harassment and what steps can be taken to prevent it. This training provides tools for what to look for, how to recognize appropriate behavior and how to prevent escalation into a hostile work environment. This course meets the requirements of AB1825, AB2053, and SB1343.

Sexual Harassment Prevention for Staff – 1 HR
This course for staff members will provide you with the information you need about sexual harassment prevention in the workplace. The content focuses on what constitutes sexual harassment, how to promote a respectful workplace, and when and how to report harassment in the workplace. This course meets the requirements of AB1825, AB2053, and SB1343.

The Art of the Ask – 90 minutes
Art of the Ask is a workshop created to help overcome obstacles that get in the way of asking others to support a cause. Too often organizations struggle with getting the monies needed to operate because those responsible for raising the funds are uncomfortable with asking others for money. In this workshop we out all of our obstacles and fears of fundraising on the table. We then work together, as a group to create solutions to overcome these obstacles and move toward success.

Coaching for Results: Using the ICF Core Competencies to Coach Your Team – 3 hours
Coaching for Results is a 3 hour workshop that provides the skills needed to effectively coach your team to results. In this workshop we review the 12 core competencies set forth by the International Coaching Federation for effective and appropriate coaching. Then we focus in on and practice the ones that are most helpful to all leaders in order to connect to their team and positively influence results.

Creating Your Personal Brand – 60 minutes
In Creating Your Personal Brand we take a look at the characteristics that make the brands we know today so popular. We also take a look at the definition of a personal brand and delve into why some personal brands of famous people are positive or not so positive. Finally, we look at the 4 steps to creating a personal brand statement and some of the things we should and should not do to reinforce our brands with others.

Dress for Success: An Interactive Workshop – 60 minutes
Dress for Success is a fun interactive workshop that focuses on the do’s and don’ts for the big interview. In this workshop how to dress is covered for both men and women and the groups learnings are then put to the test as we take provide advice to a “friend” who is getting ready to go to an interview.

Internet Safety – 60 minutes
We are a society where a lot of what we do is on the Internet and the impact this has on our lives is becoming more and more significant each day. In this workshop, we take a look at how to protect ourselves, our information and our reputation when it comes to social media.

Interviewing: The Basics – 60 minutes
Interviewing Basics covers the basic information one should know prior to going into the interview. In this workshop we cover all of the details from creating the resume to how to follow-up after the interview has been completed.

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