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Inclusion Training

An inclusive culture exists when individuals engage others on their own terms and managers optimize their teams’ full capacity of talent. Our Inclusion Training programs help organizations do just that – while promoting innovation, brand equity, employee engagement, and a sustainable competitive advantage.

Inclusion Training Programs

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  • Putting Current Events in Context

    This comprehensive multimedia educational discussion is designed to deepen understanding of racism in America and provide context for today’s social climate. The session frames the American race conversation in a larger societal and historical context, reviews the continuing social issues that affect how employees of color come to work, and provides perspectives from within the Black community. In this session, you’ll gain the tools for continuing healthy race conversations at work – including for being an ally and advocate.

    Program Series

    • Courageous Conversations

    Program Audiences

    • HR
    • Individual Contributors
    • Leaders & Executives
    • People Managers
    90 mnutes  Request Info
  • How to Have Difficult Conversations on Race

    This session offers practical guidance on how to have difficult conversations around race. Themes focus on strategies and skills tied to addressing race and privilege as they show up day-to-day. Co-facilitated by a cross-cultural team of LCW experts, the session will create space for tackling tough subjects in today’s context, and equip participants to come away with insights regarding what is top of mind for Black and People of Color colleagues and tools for having racial discourse in a corporate context.

    Program Series

    • Courageous Conversations

    Program Audiences

    • HR
    • Individual Contributors
    • Leaders & Executives
    • People Managers
    90 minutes  Request Info
  • White Privilege and Race in Central Park – Let’s Talk About Amy Cooper

    This cross-cultural discussion of events in Central Park on May 25th, 2020 introduces a model for interpreting cultural differences before exploring the cultural and historical significance of policing in the United States and “white spaces.” Take a deep dive into American history, focusing on the origins of “white privilege” and its continued impact today, and explore strategies for moving the needle as allies.

    Program Series

    • Courageous Conversations

    Program Audiences

    • HR
    • Individual Contributors
    • Leaders & Executives
    • People Managers
    1.5 hours  Request Info
  • Managing Inclusively: What You Need to Know about Your Black Talent

    Where is the African American/Black talent in your organization, and how are you ensuring they have access to the opportunities, relationships and networks they need to advance? In this session, gain a stronger understanding of Black employees’ experience, create better action plans to retain and develop them on both an individual and organizational level.

    Program Audiences

    • Leaders & Executives
    • People Managers
    4 hours  Request Info
  • Inclusion Tips in a Virtual Environment: Leading Meetings

    Additional challenges arise when we move out of the meeting room and into the virtual room. Ensure that all voices are heard by learning how to manage the most common challenges like interruptions and technology issues so that inclusion stays top-of-mind throughout your virtual meetings.

    Program Audiences

    • Leaders & Executives
    • People Managers
    3 minutes  Request Info
  • Inclusion Tips in a Virtual Environment: Formal Reviews

    Inclusive and fair performance reviews bring a set of new challenges in a virtual environment. Learn how to incorporate clearly defined performance criteria and other best practices that encourage top performance and development.

    Program Audiences

    • Leaders & Executives
    • People Managers
    3 minutes  Request Info
  • Culture & Identity

    The module emphasizes foundational concepts needed for building and developing cultural competence. Begin with an introduction to the concepts of culture and move beyond national culture to explore how the various cultural groups we belong to (race, gender, ability, sexual orientation, faith, educational background, among many others) shape and impact our cultural identity and how people see us.

    Program Audiences

    • HR
    • Individual Contributors
    • Leaders & Executives
    • People Managers
    20 minutes  Request Info
  • Practicing Inclusion

    There’s a crucial distinction between behaviors and values, and diverse people may share the same values but demonstrate them differently. Learn more about these distinctions and reflect upon the power of the Platinum Rule (“treat others as they would like to be treated”) when it comes to practicing inclusion. This program also considers examples of microinequities and how they can undermine our best efforts to be inclusive, shares practical inclusive behaviors, and offers opportunities to brainstorm solutions to realistic scenarios.

    Program Audiences

    • HR
    • Individual Contributors
    • Leaders & Executives
    • People Managers
    25–30 minutes  Request Info
  • Fostering Collaboration

    Diverse backgrounds and values can influence the ways in which collaboration is demonstrated – including how we navigate competing agendas, disagreements, access to information, and different priorities. In this on-demand session, gain a deeper understanding of how diverse backgrounds and values can influence the way in which collaboration is approached and build skills to help accept and actively manage diversity-related conflict.

    Program Audiences

    • HR
    • Individual Contributors
    • Leaders & Executives
    • People Managers
    25–30 minutes  Request Info
  • Embedding Inclusion

    To enhance their business goals and meet customer needs, managers play a key role in creating systems and processes that benefit from diverse ideas, viewpoints, and opinions. In this on-demand learning program, gain key insights and practical examples of how to embed inclusion into the work environment, run more inclusive meetings, and truly leverage and support the diversity on your teams. Includes real industry examples that communicate the business value of a culture of inclusion and demonstrates steps leaders can take to embed inclusion in their organization.

    Program Audiences

    • Leaders & Executives
    • People Managers
    25–30 minutes  Request Info
  • Building a Culture of Inclusion

    Intercultural competence and inclusion are the keys to innovation, leveraging everybody’s talents, and exceptional performance. In this signature program, explore the powerful role that culture and personal identity play in shaping and driving behavior and expectations in the workplace. This program also includes a framework for identifying and navigating cultural difference, the role unconscious bias plays in judgments and decisions, and how to recognize and counter microinequities and identify inclusive behaviors. Optional Intercultural Development Inventory® (or IDI®) assessment along with a Group Profile debrief is included in this program.

    Program Audiences

    • HR
    • Individual Contributors
    • Leaders & Executives
    • People Managers
    4 hours  Request Info
  • Building Executive Presence Among a Diverse Group of Leaders

    Learn different approaches to leadership models along with strategies for building Executive Presence that is inclusive of a diverse pool of talent.

    Program Series

    • Mini Workshops for Inclusion Champions

    Program Audiences

    • HR
    • Individual Contributors
    • Leaders & Executives
    • People Managers
    60 minutes  Request Info
  • Inclusion: The Culture of Innovation

    In this session, learn how to think about diversity and inclusion in a more expansive way. Identify ways to create a culture of inclusion and understand the role we all play as leaders. (Virtual Only)

    Program Series

    • Mini Workshops for Inclusion Champions

    Program Audiences

    • HR
    • Individual Contributors
    • Leaders & Executives
    • People Managers
    60 minutes  Request Info
  • Spotlight on Women: Women in Leadership

    In this Mini-Workshop, analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the “Lean In” philosophy and explore alternative models for inclusive leadership. This program also includes the latest research on the positive impacts of women’s leadership. (Virtual Only)

    Program Series

    • Mini Workshops for Inclusion Champions

    Program Audiences

    • HR
    • Individual Contributors
    • Leaders & Executives
    • People Managers
    60 minutes  Request Info
  • Cultural Immersions: Understanding the Black Experience in America

    Take a candidly deep look at the complexities of race and the current shared experience and worldview of the African American community. In this program, explore key concepts such as understanding and responding to stereotypes, the challenges of cultural appropriation, the intent versus impact of common messaging, and opportunities for connecting with the African American community.

    Program Series

    • Cultural Immersions

    Program Audiences

    • HR
    • Individual Contributors
    • Leaders & Executives
    • People Managers
    4 hours  Request Info
  • Cultural Immersions: Understanding the LGBTQ Experience in the US Today

    Explore the emotions, values, and driving principles that unite the diverse LGBTQ community. Analyze their day-to-day experiences and messages from the perspective of those in this community to connect more authentically and effectively with the LGBTQ culture. Part of the LCW Cultural Immersions Series.

    Program Series

    • Cultural Immersions

    Program Audiences

    • HR
    • Individual Contributors
    • Leaders & Executives
    • People Managers
    4 hours  Request Info
  • Cultural Immersions: Understanding the Latinx Experience in the US Today

    In this session, explore the rich diversity within the Latinx community along with current issues impacting their experience and perspectives. In this program, explore key concepts such as understanding and responding to stereotypes, the challenges of cultural appropriation, the intent versus impact of common messaging, and opportunities for connecting with the Latinx community.

    Program Series

    • Cultural Immersions

    Program Audiences

    • HR
    • Individual Contributors
    • Leaders & Executives
    • People Managers
    4 hours  Request Info
  • Cultural Immersions: Understanding the Muslim Experience in the US Today

    Being Muslim in the US includes varied and shared experiences and worldviews. In this program, explore the rich diversity within this community, the concepts of culture versus religion, and current key issues and events impacting Muslims. Also learn how to understand and respond to stereotypes, and analyze the intent versus impact of common messaging and missed opportunities for connection with the Muslim community.

    Program Series

    • Cultural Immersions

    Program Audiences

    • HR
    • Individual Contributors
    • Leaders & Executives
    • People Managers
    4 hours  Request Info
  • Unstereotype Bootcamp: Building Inclusion for Intact Teams

    To build true inclusion, we must limit the damaging power of stereotyping. In this program, share and hear personal stories that provoke awakening, practice how to respond to tough questions about DEI, and learn how unconscious bias leads to stereotyping and influences all sorts of people decisions. Translate the outcomes of the bootcamp into granular actions that really move the needle on inclusion and balanced teams.

    Program Audiences

    • HR
    • Individual Contributors
    • Leaders & Executives
    • People Managers
    4 hours  Request Info
  • Evaluating Talent Inclusively

    Learn how to recognize and interrupt bias when evaluating talent performance and potential, as well as when making promotion decisions based on that evaluation. In this on-demand program, activities highlight meaningful examples of how to challenge bias in ourselves and one another and ensure that talent is evaluated objectively rather than by relying on mental models or shortcuts. Available in 29 languages.

    Program Audiences

    • Leaders & Executives
    • People Managers
    25–30 minutes  Request Info
  • Hiring & Promoting Top Talent

    Hidden bias and concepts like ‘cultural fit’ impact our ability to build and support our talent pipeline. In this program, explore these concepts as well as how mentoring, staffing teams, key assignments, and coaching across cultures drive top talent’s readiness for their next opportunity.

    Program Audiences

    • HR
    • Leaders & Executives
    • People Managers
    25–30 minutes  Request Info

Program Formats

  • eLearning

    Self-paced, experiential and globally scalable, eLearning programs are offered in multiple languages and can be purchased off-the-shelf or customized.

  • Microlearning

    Sustain behavior-change by providing quick, scalable and mobile-friendly reinforcements to support learners at specific decision points.

  • Skill-Building Workshops

    Developed by adult learning experts, Skill-Building Workshops help participants readily convert concepts into behaviors. Workshops are delivered on-site (max. 35 participants) or virtually in our Adobe Connect Classroom (max. 50 participants).