Training

Executive Team Cultural Sensitivity Training

Communication departments work with all levels of an organization on internal and external communications, including individuals who occupy the executive suite. While it is important for executives to be mindful of their messaging around matters of equity, diversity, and inclusion, it’s even more important for them to understand EDI issues and how their platform should be used to contribute to positive change. As executive team members act as spokespersons for their organizations, from an EDI context a critical component for transforming companies involves progressive leadership.

Below are a few services included in our executive team cultural sensitivity training:

  • Group cultural sensitivity training sessions for members of an executive team;
  • One-on-one EDI coaching sessions with individual executive team members;
  • Ongoing counsel and advice as required
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Unconscious Bias Training

Discussions around unconscious or implicit bias—where one evaluates information using associations, our emotions, or the conditions with which we’re most familiar and/or comfortable—is a discussion quite commonplace within workplaces around the world. While these conversations are widespread, among senior teams BIPOC candidates continue to be largely underrepresented. Why is that?

There are a number of reasons. With respect to unconscious bias training, many training forums place particular emphasis on the applicant screening and interviewing phases of recruitment processes; while these teachings have helped us make progress, BIPOC Executive Search Inc. provides a holistic unconscious bias training program to ensure greater representation on applicant lists and among those hired. In addition to providing training as it relates to assessing candidates on paper and in interviews, BIPOC Executive Search Inc. trains individuals, teams, and companies on explicit and/or perceived bias in company processes and/or policies; speaks to opportunities for checks and balances throughout searches (to avert the onset of bias); and, shares strategies to identify and interrupt bias (from the time a role is created or becomes vacant to the time a position is filled).

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EDI Workshops and Presentations

Whether at an annual general meeting, group onboarding session, regular educational forums and more, BIPOC Executive Search Inc. delivers both in-person and virtual workshops and presentations to small and large groups. Among our team, as it relates to BIPOC and EDI subject matter we provide expertise on a wide range of topics. Our workshops and presentations are novel and get organizations to move inclusion to the next level. Some of the titles includes:

  • The EDI Millennial
  • Confronting Anti-Blackness in the Workplace
  • Inclusion versus Being Included
  • How Disrupting the Hiring Process Can Increase Representation
  • Do Companies Change People or Do People Change Companies?
  • …and more
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Executive Team Cultural Sensitivity Training

Communication departments work with all levels of an organization on internal and external communications, including individuals who occupy the executive suite. While it is important for executives to be mindful of their messaging around matters of equity, diversity, and inclusion, it’s even more important for them to understand EDI issues and how their platform should be used to contribute to positive change. As executive team members act as spokespersons for their organizations, from an EDI context a critical component for transforming companies involves progressive leadership.

Below are a few services included in our executive team cultural sensitivity training:

  • Group cultural sensitivity training sessions for members of an executive team;
  • One-on-one EDI coaching sessions with individual executive team members;
  • Ongoing counsel and advice as required

Unconscious Bias Training

Discussions around unconscious or implicit bias—where one evaluates information using associations, our emotions, or the conditions with which we’re most familiar and/or comfortable—is a discussion quite commonplace within workplaces around the world. While these conversations are widespread, among senior teams BIPOC candidates continue to be largely underrepresented. Why is that?

There are a number of reasons. With respect to unconscious bias training, many training forums place particular emphasis on the applicant screening and interviewing phases of recruitment processes; while these teachings have helped us make progress, BIPOC Executive Search Inc. provides a holistic unconscious bias training program to ensure greater representation on applicant lists and among those hired. In addition to providing training as it relates to assessing candidates on paper and in interviews, BIPOC Executive Search Inc. trains individuals, teams, and companies on explicit and/or perceived bias in company processes and/or policies; speaks to opportunities for checks and balances throughout searches (to avert the onset of bias); and, shares strategies to identify and interrupt bias (from the time a role is created or becomes vacant to the time a position is filled).

EDI Workshops and Presentations

Whether at an annual general meeting, group onboarding session, regular educational forums and more, BIPOC Executive Search Inc. delivers both in-person and virtual workshops and presentations to small and large groups. Among our team, as it relates to BIPOC and EDI subject matter we provide expertise on a wide range of topics. Our workshops and presentations are novel and get organizations to move inclusion to the next level. Some of the titles includes:

  • The EDI Millennial
  • Confronting Anti-Blackness in the Workplace
  • Inclusion versus Being Included
  • How Disrupting the Hiring Process Can Increase Representation
  • Do Companies Change People or Do People Change Companies?
  • …and more
Request a Quote