Leading-edge organizations are approaching inclusion from two angles: systems design and leadership development. Both are necessary to create psychologically safe organizations in which the benefits of diverse teams can be realized. But neither is easy. To create systemic change organizations must develop leaders at all levels who understand the complexities of diversity, equity, and inclusion. They must develop leaders who are confident enough in their DEI knowledge to speak out and speak up. And they must develop a culture that supports ongoing learning and change as norms and expectations continue to evolve rapidly.
Inclusive Leadership™ is a 4-week, interactive digital learning experience that gives your leaders the knowledge and communication skills they need to lead inclusively. This learning experience combines self-directed online modules and live, facilitator-led virtual sessions in which learners will discuss difficult topics in a safe environment. They will have the opportunity to practice new communication skills and receive feedback from their peers and their facilitator. The Humphrey Group’s cutting-edge digital learning platform allows learners to securely interact with each other and with their facilitator outside of live sessions and provides a private channel for asking questions at any point during the 4 weeks. What this means is each of your leaders will walk away not only educated and inspired, but ready.
This learning experience is part of the connection stream of leadership communication. You can learn more about our development philosophy here.
Key Learning Outcomes
In this signature learning experience, your leaders will learn what it takes to create belonging at work, no matter what level of the organization or part of the business they work in. They will receive the knowledge and tools to:
- Understand the current landscape of corporate diversity and inclusion
- Clearly articulate an authentic commitment to inclusion and why it matters to their organization
- Gain comfort discussing dimensions of diversity and the way they affect employees’ experience of the workplace
- Understand the difference between individual bias and systemic discrimination, and the relationship between the two
Identify areas of their business where systemic barriers to inclusion may be present
- Learn how to practice allyship without centering themselves
- Practice critical communication skills such as calling in and responding to being called in
- Use inclusive language
Learning Experience Details
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The Learning Experience
“We chose The Humphrey Group to be our global partner for leadership communication training. They have worked hard to understand how we want RBC leaders to communicate, and then they tailored programs to meet our specific needs for those skills.”
Kelly Pereira - Director, Learning & Development
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