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Who's this programme for?

Who's this programme for?

Creating a workplace that is inclusive is everyones responsibility, which is why we recommend this programme for anyone and everyone in your organisation.

What are the learning outcomes?

After completing this programme, your team will be able to:

  • Explain diversity and inclusion and how these contribute to a sense of belonging
  • Identify how personal biases impact or affect others
  • Identify the difference between equity and equality and how this can be demonstrated in your workplace
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Courses Included

Each course is self-paced and will take you about 10-20 minutes to complete. Short videos will help illustrate the concepts of diversity, inclusion, equality, equity, bias and provide you with some thought-provoking actions that your team can implement. Questions, activities and resources will help your team remember the key learning points.

Author RedSeed

Being empathetic is not about giving your opinion or telling people what they should do. Instead, it’s about recognising and acknowledging the feelings of others. When you understand the three main types of empathy and identity the things you can do to improve or develop this essential skill then you can contribute to a supportive environment that values individuals.

Author RedSeed

The goal of equity is to help achieve fairness in treatment and outcomes. When this happens equality is achieved. When you work in an organisation that embraces this ethos then everyone is treated and valued as an individual. People are supported to develop their skills so that they can do their job to the best of their ability. Onboarding, communication methods and ongoing support, among other things, are adapted to suit their needs. Barriers that can make it difficult for individuals to progress are removed and people feel truly listened to. This leads to a workforce that is more engaged, committed and productive in their work.

Author RedSeed

Biases are influenced by a person’s background, cultural environment and personal experiences and shape beliefs, actions and behaviours every . . . single . . . day. When biases are removed from the workplace, prejudices, stereotyping and discrimination will no longer feature. Everyone will have the same opportunities, regardless of their gender, race, age or background. Diversity and inclusion become part of your workplace culture and are a way of being, rather than something to aspire to.

Author RedSeed

A diverse workplace, where everyone is treated as individuals and feels like they belong, encourages people to be genuine and share their different perspectives.

When people feel included, accepted and valued, then they’ll feel comfortable and confident to be fully involved at work.

All of this leads to a  stable team of happy people, which in turn creates a positive team culture, increased productivity, creativity, and innovation.