Summits are designed for large groups of up to 60 participants. These two-day sessions help leaders take away fresh insights and the skills to create a culture of full inclusion where everyone feels valued, respected and engaged. Rather than training tactics and strategies, Summits help leaders examine their mindsets; understand how to lead effectively on diversity initiatives; and better articulate and plan their organization’s inclusion journey and moving forward.
Learning to Lead Inclusively
This leadership development process includes a skill-development learning session, a follow-up accountability session, and individual and group coaching. Based on an assessment process, participants take a deep dive into the inclusion skills and behaviors they need to be a more effective leader and to take advantage of the untapped talent in their work teams. In addition, they gain proficiency and confidence to intervene when inclusion issues or difficult conversations arise.
Presentations & Awareness Sessions
Typically 3-4 hours in length, audiences large and small respond with enthusiasm to our engaging and interactive sessions that demonstrate everyone’s personal stake in diversity. These sessions build awareness, introduce the topic of engaging white men, and help attendees frame conversations of diversity in new ways. So they come away with curiosity and the ability to speak to what are often “undiscussable” conversations in the workplace. Presentations are often used to begin the diversity conversation with senior executives and leadership teams.