Diversity And Inclusion Training In The Workplace Course in Singapore
Knowles Training Institute Workplace Diversity & Inclusion Training equips training participants with a meticulous understanding of their role in producing and fostering a safe and welcoming work environment for both colleagues and clients. Ensuring that a company is conscious of cultural and organisational bias can provide the foundation for a diverse and inclusive working environment. Employers have a duty to create and promote a diverse and inclusive workplace, but what’s more, there is substantial data to suggest that workplaces that not only participate in but embrace and encourage diverse and inclusive workplaces to have better economic standing and revenue. It behoves an organisation to train employees to create and develop, foster and encourage a diverse and inclusive workplace.
Improving diversity knowledge is a needed element of every organisation. With more and more companies having a global presence, workplace diversity is a foregone conclusion. Our training participants will be able to use strategies to be proactive and remove barriers. Participants will be shown how to build and encourage diversity in their workplace and community. Our Workshop Diversity program will help training participants understand what diversity is and how they can create a more diverse and inclusive environment.
This diversity and inclusion training course is for employers and their employees who want to adopt and promote a vibrant, diverse and inclusive working environment. This course may be part of on-the-job training for onboarding new employees or professional development for current employees. Employers are encouraged to participate in this diversity and inclusion training as well in order to fully understand the role of a corporation concerning diversity and inclusion training, awareness, adoption, and putting it into action.
All Staff Within An Organisation
The ideal group size for this Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace course is:
Minimum: 5 Participants
Maximum: 15 Participants
The duration of this Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace workshop is 2 full days. Knowles Training Institute will also be able to contextualised this workshop according to different durations; 3 full days, 1 day, half day, 90 minutes and 60 minutes.
2 Full Days
9 a.m to 5 p.m
Below is the list of course benefits of our Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace course
Variety of different perspectives
Better decision making
Higher employee engagement
Reduced employee turnover
Improved hiring results
Below is the list of course objectives of our Diversity And Inclusion Training In The Workplace course
- Recognise your own biases related to diversity and inclusion.
- Know and be able to explain the distinction between diversity and inclusion.
- Understand and create a plan for adopting and incorporate diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
- Recognise situations in which more discussion and planning need to take place in their own workplaces related to diversity and inclusion.
- Build a plan for exercising action after completion of the training.
Below is the list of course content of our Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace training course
Diversity & Inclusion Training Course: Part 1: Introduction to Diversity & Inclusion
- Outline of Objectives/ Logistics of Workshop.
- The distinction between diversity and inclusion.
- Activity: Distinguish opportunities to foster diversity and/or inclusion in the workplace.
Diversity & Inclusion Training Course: Part 2: Understanding Diversity at a Deeper Level
- State what is diversity, and how does it apply to the workplace?
- Training Activity: How to start developing a diverse workplace today – actions to take.
Diversity & Inclusion Training Course: Part 3: Understanding Stereotypes in the Workplace
- Recognising your own stereotypes.
- Training Activity: Review of case studies to identify stereotyping issues in the workplace.
- Working with biases in the workplace.
Diversity & Inclusion Training Course: Part 4: How to Break Down the Barriers to become Diverse and Inclusive
- Identify barriers and biases.
- Training Activity: How to develop solutions with stakeholders in order to overcome biases in the workplace.
Diversity & Inclusion Training Course: Part 5: Improving Communication Skills in the Workplace
- Verbal communication cues and triggers.
- How to listen effectively.
- Training Activity: Review of case studies to identify verbal triggers for inclusive behavior in the workplace.
Diversity & Inclusion Training Course: Part 6: How to Improve Non-Verbal Communication Skills in the Workplace
- Taking ownership of your communication skills.
- How to read others’ communication skills.
- Training Activity: Why you shouldn’t rely on non-verbal communication during job interviews.
Diversity & Inclusion Training Course: Part 7: Sensitivity in the Workplace
- How much is too much?
- Where do you draw the line?
- Training Activity: Accomodation in the workplace.
Diversity & Inclusion Training Course: Part 8: Discrimination and How to Handle it
- State what to do if you experience discrimination or have to facilitate issues related to discrimination.
- Strategies to prevent discrimination.
- Training Activity: Identify instances of discrimination and create plans for prevention and reconciliation.
Diversity & Inclusion Training Course: Part 9: Managing Discrimination and Inclusion Complaints
- Gather the facts.
- Determine solutions for a positive outcome.
- Training Activity: Review of sample sheets and conducting interviews.
Diversity & Inclusion Training Course: Part 10: Conclusion and Overview
- Outline of Modules.
- Learn how to create a plan for workplace diversity and inclusion goals.
- Training Activity: Discuss and create takeaways for action items.
Each participant will receive the following materials for the Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace course
Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace Learner’s Guide
Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace Key Takeaways Notes
Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace Essentials Ebook
Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace Course Handouts
Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace 30-Day Action Plan
Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace MindMaps Pack
Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace PPT Slides Used During Course
Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace Long-Term Memory Flashcards Pack
Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace E-Learning Course
Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace Online Video Course
Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace Essentials Audiobook
Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace Infographics Pack
Each course participant will receive a certification of training completion
There are 3 pricing options available for this Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace training course. Course participants not in Singapore may choose to sign up for our online Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace training course.
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Post Training Support: A vast majority of training does not have any effect beyond 120 days. To work, training has to have a strong pre- and post-training component. Post-training reinforcement helps individuals to recall the understanding and ask questions.
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Course Content: Knowles Training Institute’s material is relevant, of high quality and provide specific learning results. Participants will leave the training course feeling as they have gained a strong understanding and will also be in a position to execute what they have learned sensibly.
Course Development — The workshop modules follow a systematic and logical arrangement. This structure helps to ensure that the course material allows the facilitators to deliver the course in a logical arrangement. Consider the subjects as building bricks into learning, our facilitators slowly build towards a comprehensive picture of this entire topic.
Diversity refers to the qualities and characteristics that present people as unique, while inclusion relates to the practices and social norms that ensure people feel welcome.
Six ways to encourage diversity and inclusion in the workplace:
- Be conscious of unconscious bias.
- Communicate the point of managing bias.
- Offer diversity and inclusion exercises.
- Acknowledge the holidays of all cultures.
- Make it easier for your workers to engage in employee resource groups.
- Mix up your teams.
It refers to understanding that each person is unique, and also recognizing our differences. The dimensions of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, status, age, physical abilities, religion, political beliefs, or other ideologies.
5 (Five) Ways To Practice Inclusion:
- Make Employees Feel Important.
- Be an Empathic Leader.
- Automate the Inclusive Process.
- Remember That Inclusion Is a Continuous Process.
- Make Better Connections.
These covers race, ethnicity, age, ability, language, nationality, or sexual orientation and many more. The group is diverse if a wide number of groups are represented. Cultural diversity has become an issue when applied to the workplace.
An inclusive workplace is supportive, collaborative, welcoming, fair, unique, responsible and so much more.
Diversity and inclusion is a company’s purpose, plans, and practices to support a diverse workplace and leverage the outcomes of diversity to achieve a competing business edge. The top diversity and inclusion preference is recruitment of diverse employees.
Cultural diversity is necessary because our country, workplaces, and schools frequently consist of multiple cultural, racial, and ethnic groups. So that as we communicate with others we can create bridges to trust, respect, and knowledge across cultures.
It includes 4 (four) main phases:
- Data collection and analysis to learn the necessity for change.
- Strategy pattern to match business goals.
- Implementation of the action.
- Evaluation and resuming audit of the plan.
It is necessary to value diversity because people develop a greater sense of identity and wellbeing and have more satisfying education and career outcomes when their different strengths, abilities, interests and perspectives are appreciated and supported.
3 (Three) Main Benefits of Diversity:
- Talents, skills, and experiences.
- It creates innovation.
- Language skills can open doors for the company
The research found that improving the diversity of management teams leads to more and greater innovation and enhanced financial performance. Therefore, diversity is critical for the company’s bottom line.
Cultural diversity can change the workplace in various ways. Negative effects can involve miscommunication, the creation of barriers, and dysfunctional adoption behaviors. Culturally diverse workers have various opinions, thoughts, beliefs, norms, trends, and traditions.
Diversity at work can be representation in different situations. Counting on people from various ages and ethnicity or enabling people with disabilities to be part of the work structure is one example. But diversity is not only restricted to workers’ physical features.
Critical areas of diversity and their characteristics: religion, race, and ethnicity, disability, culture, spiritual beliefs transgender and intersex and generational.
Diversity is any tool that can be used to assign groups and people from one another. In a nutshell, it’s about enabling people by recognizing and appreciating what makes them different in terms of age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, education, and national origin.