Why are diversity and inclusion important for every organization, company, and team across the country and even across the world?
In addition to the obvious moral importance, a lack of diversity across organizations of all sizes has created a $1 trillion gap for businesses in America ($3.7 trillion globally). The opportunity to improve the culture AND bottom line for proactive companies is undeniable.
Let’s be clear… in 2020, diversity is a necessity for every brand and organization that wants to become profitable, remain relevant, and lead their market in the future.
● Cultural Background
● Race or Ethnicity
● Religious Beliefs
● Gender and Identity
● Sexual Orientation
This is not about asking people to change their values or core beliefs. Instead, the conversation of diversity & inclusion is about holding space for difficult-but-necessary conversations and being open to ideas, perspectives, and experiences outside of your own. D&I means allowing others to have a seat at the table.
We will help participants understand the laws that are in place to protect everyone in the workplace. Increased knowledge of these laws decreases the likelihood that your employees will make mistakes that lead to costly complaints with EEOC.
Through Another Seat at the Table, the curriculum is built in such a way to handle this subject matter with a lot of care… and as a trained facilitator, Jeff Glenn will be able to guide your team through this conversation in a way that feels safe for everyone and that allows them space to lean in and contribute their thoughts and perspectives on the matter.
By simply having Jeff Glenn lead this discussion, it builds massive goodwill within your team, and can mitigate the risks of someone ever filing a claim. When employees feel heard, and when they feel cared for, they tend to like coming to work. Your turnover rates go way down, and your engagement rates go way up.
The pricing starts at $2,000 for up to 20 people, and just $99 for each additional person. It includes a 5-hour interactive training and a participant guide for each member of your team.
Another Seat at the Table can be offered on site or it can be done virtually. And it includes a pre-training meeting to discuss and get up to speed if there are any issues that we may need to know about going into the training…. As well as a short debrief meeting after the training, for us to share any observations and take-aways for you to consider in the future.