A strategic diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEIB) roadmap and Sollah’s award-winning training content can help an organization make the most of its diversity by creating an inclusive, equitable and sustainable culture and work environment. Workplace diversity is the collective mixture of differences and similarities that include individual and organizational characteristics, values, beliefs, experiences, backgrounds, preferences and behaviors.
With the current focus on racial inequity and injustice, organizations - now more than ever - need to understand how racial bias and other key diversity dynamics impact their efforts to build a more diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace and culture. Sollah’s programs focus on awareness and understanding of bias and stereotypes helping participants develop knowledge and skills that support and contribute to your organization’s overall diversity, equity, inclusion and engagement goals.
An inclusive workplace doesn't need to be elusive! As organizations and customer bases become increasingly diverse, it is important for employees to be able to engage and work through differences in a positive manner that supports productivity, teamwork, and customer satisfaction.
Sollah has the diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging tools you need to maximize your workplace diversity while creating a respectful and inclusive organization.
This video is part of the program TrainingBytes® Diversity Basics
What are the benefits of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Training in the workplace?
The forward-thinking corporate leadership of today is working to address disparities in workplace culture caused by social barriers and biased thinking. And as this progress is made, it’s important to emphasize diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging to hold organizations accountable and work towards a better and more equitable future for employees. Inclusive behaviors and practices are vital skills to cultivate and can be taught through ongoing training, discussions and learning.
DEIB training is crucial to building a safe and equitable workspace for all employees. It has the potential to help an organization uncover hidden biases and address unfair hiring and development practices. It can also benefit company culture, boost growth potential and change the lives of your marginalized employees.
Let’s take a look at the different types of DEIB training, along with the benefits and challenges that come along with it.
What is diversity, equity and inclusion training?
Diversity, equity and inclusion training helps employees at all levels and in all departments to better work with colleagues of differing identities and backgrounds. It aims to build awareness and skills which support marginalized employees and help to cultivate a safe, compassionate and equitable office culture where everyone feels valued.
What topics should be included in diversity, equity, inclusion & belonging training?
Here are some of the most common topics addressed in DEIB training:
- Unconscious (hidden) and implicit bias
- The meaning of diversity, equity and inclusion
- Cultural competence & belonging
- Stereotypes & profiling
- Reducing prejudice
- Addressing microaggressions
- Harassment & discrimination prevention
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Sollah has workplace diversity training packages for every size organization. Let us help with your training objectives, requirements and specific training needs for online and/or facilitated training resources that improve workplace performance and behavior.
This new program focuses on the diversity dimension of race. By deepening awareness and understanding of race and racism, participants develop knowledge and skills that support and contribute to your organization’s overall diversity, equity and inclusion goals.
This best-selling program addresses the “respect and inclusion” component of diversity – from the employee’s perspective. Topics include: unconscious bias, cultural competence, diversity moments, gender & gender identity, rumors & gossip, joking and improper expressions.
This program introduces the F.A.I.R.™ Approach as a practical way to improve an organization’s cultural competency. The approach can be used as a tool to build more positive, productive relationships at work that will help employees make better decisions that impact the overall productivity of the organization.
We may not be aware that we are engaging in behavior that may be offensive. Being aware of common stereotypes and biases (both hidden and explicit) can help you challenge negative assumptions about others. At the end of the day, it always comes down to one word… “respect.”