Diversity and Inclusion
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Cultivate an Inclusive Workplace
A safe equitable environment allows everyone to thrive.
Many organizations recognize or anticipate problems with diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), but struggle to implement real change. This is due in part to a natural fear of having difficult conversations about DEI topics: race, gender, sexuality, socioeconomic status, age, disability, political ideology, culture, privilege, and other personal identity markers. Navigating these issues is particularly complex for multinational businesses that operate within many cultures simultaneously.
In these situations, as well as more localized contexts, everyone in the company must be willing and able to do the hard work of negotiating real change to create a supportive work environment that fosters mutual respect.
DEI training overlaps with other forms of negotiation strategy, including leadership training and conflict resolution, to help participants develop real tactics for doing DEI work well.
Workshop: How to Have Difficult Conversations About Race
Using the fundamentals of negotiation and conflict resolution, this workshop equips attendees with the skills to confidently and equitably engage in conversations around race and other sensitive DEI topics.
- Understanding common barriers to conversations about race
- Learn key elements to successfully structuring difficult conversations
- Effectively managing difficult emotions
- Avoiding common mistakes that jeopardize cohesion and inclusivity
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Discover a corporate curriculum that will level up your organization’s performance.
Whether you are looking for a customized solution for your team’s specific challenges, seeking to create internal cultural harmony, or are interested in booking a keynote for your next event, the American Negotiation Institute has the expertise to provide you with bespoke solutions.