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Cultures of Belonging

Based on Alida Miranda-Wolff's book Cultures of Belonging, this session focuses on how to create a culture of belonging within your organization. Each session includes recommendations according to the R2P2 model tailored to your organization's size, industry, and communities.

Religious Awareness

We explore the context of religion in the United States and compare it to other countries in the world. We use testimonials and studies to better understand the experience of non-dominant religious groups and explore the importance of cultural awareness in the workplace.

Socioeconomic Status

We examine how income, education level, professional prestige, social status, and social class shape our life experience and can affect our opportunity and wellbeing at work and beyond. We will review data and impacts of advantages and disadvantages based on social identity dimensions. We will use testimonials and research to more deeply understand how power structures can influence outcomes and how to support change.

Visible and Invisible Disabilities

In this session, we will discuss how communities of individuals with disabilities have organized and evolved over time and cover the core concepts of disability justice. We will usetestimonials and will focus on the example of the DeafBlind communities.

Indigenous Status

We explore Indigenous cultures and how the use and protection of the land and environment have beenimpacted by White supremacy and colonization. We focus on testimonials and research on the different ways Indigenous cultures relate to the land and the environment and how the contemporary approach to environmental protection can sometimes follow the principles of White supremacy. These understandings are then extended to a broader discussion on equity in practice.

National Origin

We discuss the experience of being an immigrant in America, a history of US immigration, and how we can think about it and talk about it. We focus on immigrantcase studies, examining testimonials of the experience of leaving one’s country and settling into anew one, demonstrations of resilience, and challenges encountered.

Caregiver Status Awareness

We will talk about the history of caregiving in relation to gender in America. We focus on statistics, historical trends, and testimonials to understand the reality of caregiving and how it impacts everyone in our society.

Gender Identity

In this session, we disaggregate gender identity, sexual orientation, and sex. We explore components of gender identity and we look at how gender identity has been perceived by different cultures and throughout history. We then focus on the United States context and use testimonials and research to understand what it means to be a person who identifies outside of a strict binary on the gender spectrum. We explore how different gender identities show up in life and at work.

LGBTQIA2+ Primer

We talk about the differences between sexual orientation, sex, and gender. We explore the history of the gay and lesbian liberation and civil rights movement before and after Stonewall, and its evolution towards the LGBTQIA2+ movement. We highlight testimonials to better understand the experiences of those who have resisted oppression, how the movement has evolved and organized over time, and how workplaces and teams can operate more inclusively.

Lookism

We will talk about the history of beauty norms and how it relates to gender and oppression. We will focus on testimonials and research to better understand the experience of those who don’t fit the norms.

Understanding Elitism

In this session, we talk about the relationship between educational credentials, opportunity, and privilege. In many cases, minimum educational credentials screen out otherwise qualified and capable candidates. We explore our perceptions of elite education and how they may intersect with our identity, and how these factors play out in our view of job candidates, our peers, our colleagues, and those who may or may not extend opportunity. We discuss the difference between the achievement gap and the opportunity gap and reflect on our own background and the way it shapes our lenses and perceptions of others.

Race in America

In this session, we talk about concepts of race in America. We explore how race affects who we are, how we are perceived, how we relate to each other, and what we can do to advance a more just environment.

Beyond Basic Belonging

Belonging means different things to different people, especially when intersectional identities are considered. In this session, we will delve into what makes different groups feel a sense of belonging and how that changes based on who they are.

Generational Appreciation

In this session, we talk about generational cohorts and how to understand theimpact of cultural events on perspectives and values. We will focus on testimonials and research toprovide insights into how we experience our work and environment at various points in ourdevelopmental arc.

Structuring Belonging

Building off of our diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging learnings, we will focus on the mechanics and practice of belonging in group settings.

Breaking Down Belonging

This session will uncover what belonging means and how it shifts in different contexts.

Polyculturalism

Polyculturalism is defined as the belief that cultures change constantly through different racial and ethnic groups' interactions, influences, and exchanges with each other and, therefore, are dynamic and socially constructed rather than static. In this advanced session, we come to recognize the value of cultures from historically resilient communities while also introducing the possibility of them coming together to create something new.

Navigating Career Conversations

This two-part course is designed as a tactical management workshop that focuses on practical techniques and role play for helping employees from diverse teams navigate their career paths, including a framework and templates for having and documenting those conversations. Between sessions, managers will be asked to practice new skills, complete homework assignments, reflect on learning, and bring discussion points to the second session.

Navigating Cultural Differences

In this session, participants will learn more about themselves and others by exploring their cultural identities. The session will support an understanding of not only the impact on different cultural cohorts but also the unique diversity, equity, and inclusion concerns around nationality and ethnicity.

Disability Inclusivity

Perhaps the most pervasive and transitional social identity, ability impacts every person in some way. Yet, those with disabilities are often ignored and made to feel invisible. In this session, we will educate audience members on disability as a social identity and learn disability justice skills.

Mental Health at Work

We will build awareness about mental health and its impacts at work. We will engage in personal reflection around how previous and current work experiences might tie into our mental health. Finally, we will dig into how to support ourselves and others around mental health issues.

Interviewing for Inclusive Outcomes

We will learn how to develop an inclusive interviewing structure by understanding bias, gaining context on existing processes, and participating in exercises rooted in real-life interviewing practices. You will leave with the confidence to integrate diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging into your hiring processes and show up as your best self when interviewing candidates.

Leading With Empathy (Manager)

We build on our emotional intelligence and empathy skills to consider how our power as leaders impacts teammates so we can take ownership and responsibility in hearing their voices, setting expectations, and navigating difficult conversations.

Developing Empathy

In Developing Empathy, we learn the foundations of emotional intelligence. Together, we unpack strategies for developing our social intuition, social awareness, and relationship management skills so we can show up as our most empathetic selves at work.

Stress Management

Mental health is one of the most pressing DEIB issues that faces employees today. This session focuses on supporting healthy stress management practices. Participates will learn the difference between stress and stressors, good stress and bad stress, as well as stress that is every day, far away, and imaginary. Participants will practice several tools for coping with stress, as well as how to deal with stress within their teams. Finally, participants will learn techniques to manage stress, then create an action plan to manage stress moving forward.

Managing Conflict

Navigating conflict is one of the most important skills a manager can develop, especially as they work to create collaboration, innovation, and collaboration across their diverse teams. In this session, we will learn how to engage in healthy conflict across differences.

Gender Inclusivity

In this session, participants will go deeper in their understanding of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging definitions by exploring gender identity. They will understand what gender identity is, how the concept has evolved over time, and where it shows up at work. Through practical examples from navigating pronouns to responding to name changes and creating inclusive spaces, participants will leave more confident in their ability to be inclusive of colleagues across the gender spectrum.

Women at Work

Starting in 2020, women have left the workforce in the largest numbers since World War II because of a combination of equity-related issues around childcare, the pay gap, and increased harassment. In this session, we understand the challenges women face at work and uncover solutions that allow us to support the women in our organizations.

Being an Anti-Racist Leader

Main session:

This two-hour training focuses on the specific context, tools, and skills leaders must develop in order to promote anti-racist practices across their teams.

Forum:

In this two-hour follow-up to Being an Anti-Racist Leader, leaders will practice the racial competence model to engage in case studies and roleplays designed to help them prepare for real-life scenarios around race.

Giving and Receiving Feedback

This training focuses on giving and receiving feedback as a foundation for healthy workplace belonging. We will balance developing an understanding of how to give performance-based feedback formally and informally with managing dynamic, complex situations where giving feedback may feel challenging.

Goal-Setting and Productivity for Organizations (Manager)

In this session, we will focus on how to balance competing priorities and daily distractions to get more work done, and empower team members and direct reports in the process. We will also understand how diversity among our direct reports influences their goals and modes of working, along with what to do to lead productive and inclusive teams.

Goal-Setting for Career Growth

In this training, we help employees identify their core desired feelings and improvement goals, focusing on the many intersectional identities they hold and how they inform their aspirations. We will support employees in understanding relevant sources of inspiration and apply that forward momentum to their roles within organizations.

Unpacking Hidden Bias and Privilege

In this session, we break down hidden bias and privilege to understand how to close the opportunity gap for ourselves and others. Through exercises and discussion, we will identify our own biases and privileges. Together, we will identify ways to be more mindful of our privileges, use them for the benefit of others, and extend them across our organizations.

Compassionate Conversations Session

Main session:

In this session, we’ll lay the groundwork for conversations about social identity and systematic injustice.

Forum (Practicing Compassionate Conversations):

This hands-on session builds on the context of the main session.

Leading and Influencing for DEIB Outcomes Session (Manager)

Main Session:

This training offers management fundamentals with a DEIB lens. Participants will learn what it means to be a manager and how to build effective communication, goal-setting, and giving and receiving feedback skills. This training can be adapted for managers of individual contributors or managers of managers.

Forum:

Based on a combination of pre-readings on management and DEIB, we will practice a variety of skills that allow us to lead more inclusively.

Intersectionality

This session defines intersectionality and explores how it shows up in workplace interactions. Participants will leave with tools to help them discuss identity. We will practice dialogue through language-based exercises.

Understanding and Preventing Microaggressions

This session breaks down the different types of microaggressions. Participants will understand what they are and how they impact others, and they will receive tools to avoid and respond to microaggressions. Using scenario-based exercises, participants will be able to put the tools into practice.

Inclusion Starts With I

This is a foundational training for individuals and teams that are just exploring diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. It creates a shared, common language, and provides tools to kickstart your DEIB journey.

Cultures of Belonging

Based on Alida Miranda-Wolff's book Cultures of Belonging, this session focuses on how to create a culture of belonging within your organization. Each session includes recommendations according to the R2P2 model tailored to your organization's size, industry, and communities.

Beyond Basic Belonging

Belonging means different things to different people, especially when intersectional identities are considered. In this session, we will delve into what makes different groups feel a sense of belonging and how that changes based on who they are.

Structuring Belonging

Building off of our diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging learnings, we will focus on the mechanics and practice of belonging in group settings.

Breaking Down Belonging

This session will uncover what belonging means and how it shifts in different contexts.

Compassionate Conversations Session

Main session:

In this session, we’ll lay the groundwork for conversations about social identity and systematic injustice.

Forum (Practicing Compassionate Conversations):

This hands-on session builds on the context of the main session.

Leading and Influencing for DEIB Outcomes Session (Manager)

Main Session:

This training offers management fundamentals with a DEIB lens. Participants will learn what it means to be a manager and how to build effective communication, goal-setting, and giving and receiving feedback skills. This training can be adapted for managers of individual contributors or managers of managers.

Forum:

Based on a combination of pre-readings on management and DEIB, we will practice a variety of skills that allow us to lead more inclusively.

Intersectionality

This session defines intersectionality and explores how it shows up in workplace interactions. Participants will leave with tools to help them discuss identity. We will practice dialogue through language-based exercises.

Understanding and Preventing Microaggressions

This session breaks down the different types of microaggressions. Participants will understand what they are and how they impact others, and they will receive tools to avoid and respond to microaggressions. Using scenario-based exercises, participants will be able to put the tools into practice.

Inclusion Starts With I

This is a foundational training for individuals and teams that are just exploring diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. It creates a shared, common language, and provides tools to kickstart your DEIB journey.

Navigating Cultural Differences

In this session, participants will learn more about themselves and others by exploring their cultural identities. The session will support an understanding of not only the impact on different cultural cohorts but also the unique diversity, equity, and inclusion concerns around nationality and ethnicity.

Navigating Career Conversations

This two-part course is designed as a tactical management workshop that focuses on practical techniques and role play for helping employees from diverse teams navigate their career paths, including a framework and templates for having and documenting those conversations. Between sessions, managers will be asked to practice new skills, complete homework assignments, reflect on learning, and bring discussion points to the second session.

Developing Empathy

In Developing Empathy, we learn the foundations of emotional intelligence. Together, we unpack strategies for developing our social intuition, social awareness, and relationship management skills so we can show up as our most empathetic selves at work.

Managing Conflict

Navigating conflict is one of the most important skills a manager can develop, especially as they work to create collaboration, innovation, and collaboration across their diverse teams. In this session, we will learn how to engage in healthy conflict across differences.

Religious Awareness

We explore the context of religion in the United States and compare it to other countries in the world. We use testimonials and studies to better understand the experience of non-dominant religious groups and explore the importance of cultural awareness in the workplace.

Socioeconomic Status

We examine how income, education level, professional prestige, social status, and social class shape our life experience and can affect our opportunity and wellbeing at work and beyond. We will review data and impacts of advantages and disadvantages based on social identity dimensions. We will use testimonials and research to more deeply understand how power structures can influence outcomes and how to support change.

Visible and Invisible Disabilities

In this session, we will discuss how communities of individuals with disabilities have organized and evolved over time and cover the core concepts of disability justice. We will usetestimonials and will focus on the example of the DeafBlind communities.

Indigenous Status

We explore Indigenous cultures and how the use and protection of the land and environment have beenimpacted by White supremacy and colonization. We focus on testimonials and research on the different ways Indigenous cultures relate to the land and the environment and how the contemporary approach to environmental protection can sometimes follow the principles of White supremacy. These understandings are then extended to a broader discussion on equity in practice.

National Origin

We discuss the experience of being an immigrant in America, a history of US immigration, and how we can think about it and talk about it. We focus on immigrantcase studies, examining testimonials of the experience of leaving one’s country and settling into anew one, demonstrations of resilience, and challenges encountered.

Caregiver Status Awareness

We will talk about the history of caregiving in relation to gender in America. We focus on statistics, historical trends, and testimonials to understand the reality of caregiving and how it impacts everyone in our society.

Gender Identity

In this session, we disaggregate gender identity, sexual orientation, and sex. We explore components of gender identity and we look at how gender identity has been perceived by different cultures and throughout history. We then focus on the United States context and use testimonials and research to understand what it means to be a person who identifies outside of a strict binary on the gender spectrum. We explore how different gender identities show up in life and at work.

LGBTQIA2+ Primer

We talk about the differences between sexual orientation, sex, and gender. We explore the history of the gay and lesbian liberation and civil rights movement before and after Stonewall, and its evolution towards the LGBTQIA2+ movement. We highlight testimonials to better understand the experiences of those who have resisted oppression, how the movement has evolved and organized over time, and how workplaces and teams can operate more inclusively.

Lookism

We will talk about the history of beauty norms and how it relates to gender and oppression. We will focus on testimonials and research to better understand the experience of those who don’t fit the norms.

Understanding Elitism

In this session, we talk about the relationship between educational credentials, opportunity, and privilege. In many cases, minimum educational credentials screen out otherwise qualified and capable candidates. We explore our perceptions of elite education and how they may intersect with our identity, and how these factors play out in our view of job candidates, our peers, our colleagues, and those who may or may not extend opportunity. We discuss the difference between the achievement gap and the opportunity gap and reflect on our own background and the way it shapes our lenses and perceptions of others.

Race in America

In this session, we talk about concepts of race in America. We explore how race affects who we are, how we are perceived, how we relate to each other, and what we can do to advance a more just environment.

Generational Appreciation

In this session, we talk about generational cohorts and how to understand theimpact of cultural events on perspectives and values. We will focus on testimonials and research toprovide insights into how we experience our work and environment at various points in ourdevelopmental arc.

Disability Inclusivity

Perhaps the most pervasive and transitional social identity, ability impacts every person in some way. Yet, those with disabilities are often ignored and made to feel invisible. In this session, we will educate audience members on disability as a social identity and learn disability justice skills.

Mental Health at Work

We will build awareness about mental health and its impacts at work. We will engage in personal reflection around how previous and current work experiences might tie into our mental health. Finally, we will dig into how to support ourselves and others around mental health issues.

Gender Inclusivity

In this session, participants will go deeper in their understanding of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging definitions by exploring gender identity. They will understand what gender identity is, how the concept has evolved over time, and where it shows up at work. Through practical examples from navigating pronouns to responding to name changes and creating inclusive spaces, participants will leave more confident in their ability to be inclusive of colleagues across the gender spectrum.

Women at Work

Starting in 2020, women have left the workforce in the largest numbers since World War II because of a combination of equity-related issues around childcare, the pay gap, and increased harassment. In this session, we understand the challenges women face at work and uncover solutions that allow us to support the women in our organizations.

Being an Anti-Racist Leader

Main session:

This two-hour training focuses on the specific context, tools, and skills leaders must develop in order to promote anti-racist practices across their teams.

Forum:

In this two-hour follow-up to Being an Anti-Racist Leader, leaders will practice the racial competence model to engage in case studies and roleplays designed to help them prepare for real-life scenarios around race.

Interviewing for Inclusive Outcomes

We will learn how to develop an inclusive interviewing structure by understanding bias, gaining context on existing processes, and participating in exercises rooted in real-life interviewing practices. You will leave with the confidence to integrate diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging into your hiring processes and show up as your best self when interviewing candidates.

Leading With Empathy (Manager)

We build on our emotional intelligence and empathy skills to consider how our power as leaders impacts teammates so we can take ownership and responsibility in hearing their voices, setting expectations, and navigating difficult conversations.

Stress Management

Mental health is one of the most pressing DEIB issues that faces employees today. This session focuses on supporting healthy stress management practices. Participates will learn the difference between stress and stressors, good stress and bad stress, as well as stress that is every day, far away, and imaginary. Participants will practice several tools for coping with stress, as well as how to deal with stress within their teams. Finally, participants will learn techniques to manage stress, then create an action plan to manage stress moving forward.

Giving and Receiving Feedback

This training focuses on giving and receiving feedback as a foundation for healthy workplace belonging. We will balance developing an understanding of how to give performance-based feedback formally and informally with managing dynamic, complex situations where giving feedback may feel challenging.

Goal-Setting and Productivity for Organizations (Manager)

In this session, we will focus on how to balance competing priorities and daily distractions to get more work done, and empower team members and direct reports in the process. We will also understand how diversity among our direct reports influences their goals and modes of working, along with what to do to lead productive and inclusive teams.

Goal-Setting for Career Growth

In this training, we help employees identify their core desired feelings and improvement goals, focusing on the many intersectional identities they hold and how they inform their aspirations. We will support employees in understanding relevant sources of inspiration and apply that forward momentum to their roles within organizations.

Polyculturalism

Polyculturalism is defined as the belief that cultures change constantly through different racial and ethnic groups' interactions, influences, and exchanges with each other and, therefore, are dynamic and socially constructed rather than static. In this advanced session, we come to recognize the value of cultures from historically resilient communities while also introducing the possibility of them coming together to create something new.

Unpacking Hidden Bias and Privilege

In this session, we break down hidden bias and privilege to understand how to close the opportunity gap for ourselves and others. Through exercises and discussion, we will identify our own biases and privileges. Together, we will identify ways to be more mindful of our privileges, use them for the benefit of others, and extend them across our organizations.

Packages & Pricing

Single Training

$4900
each

Two Trainings

$4500
each

Three+ Training

$4000
each

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Consulting

We inform vision, strategy, processes, and practices around diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging through various techniques and practices. We conduct research and assessments to identify the best paths forward for each of our clients. Our offerings focus on every part of the intersection between employee experience and belonging according to our DEIB-based model  R2P2: recruiting, retention, promotion, and protection.

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Speaking

Our CEO, Alida Miranda-Wolff is an award-winning speaker and published author on the topics of diversity , equity, inclusion and belonging. Invite her to speak at your organization, conference, summit, and more!

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