Three Dynamic Trainings to Foster an Inclusive Workplace
This diversity training begins with an introduction to Islamophobia and its impact on Muslim Americans, including common challenges faced by Muslim employees in a post-9/11 workplace. This is followed by an overview of legal protections of religious rights and strategies for building an inclusive, equitable, and productive work environment. To that end, the training provides an overview of the traditions and practices of Muslim employees and suggestions for how to best accommodate these practices in the workplace through company policies and employee awareness. The speaker is a professional Muslim American trainer. Available in 1- and 2-hour segments with exercises and breakout groups.
This diversity training consists of speakers representing the Muslim, Jewish, Christian, Hindu, and Buddhist communities. The interreligious panel provides an overview of the challenges faced by employees of various religious backgrounds in the workplace, including bias and bigotry. Speakers provide an understanding of religious practices that might impact employees in the workplace as well as strategies for countering bias, accommodating religious practices, and helping to promote an inclusive and equitable workplace. Available in 2-, 3- and 4-hour segments with exercises and breakout groups.
This diversity training consists of speakers representing the Black, Asian, Hispanic/Latino, Indigenous, Jewish, and Muslim communities. The interethnic panel begins by describing the history of racism against their groups, the racialization of Muslims and Jews, and the many ways that prevalent stereotypes are internalized by society and contribute to implicit bias, which can lead to discrimination in the workplace. The panel continues by providing what they want coworkers to know about them that challenges prevailing stereotypes, and concludes with tools to prevent bias and help create a more inclusive and equitable workplace. Available in 2-, 3- and 4-hour segments with exercises and breakout groups.
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What our Clients Say About ING Panels and Presentations
“Thank you to the ING Group for the amazing services you provided. The ING DEI seminars that were held at Macy’s Union Square have had a tremendous impact on me personally and the total store population. Your seminars and speakers helped us break down barriers and encouraged open and honest dialogue across all cultures to promote understanding and tolerance. We continue to use the educational tools and knowledge that you provided to have ongoing discussions that are grounded in dignity and respect of everyone’s contributions. Thank you for your partnership in helping us build a stronger more inclusive culture with improved colleague engagement.“
–Constance Gifford, Sales and Customer Experience Manager/Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leader, Macy’s