Becoming an Inclusive Leader Workshop
Providing the Leadership Skills You Need to Succeed in Uncertain Times
In today’s economic climate, senior leaders are focused on establishing critical new business models to meet an ever-evolving public health and business landscape. Employees are adapting to remote work while simultaneously managing the whole of life’s demands. As organizations navigate new ways of working together, it is imperative for leaders to develop inclusive leadership behaviors (accountability, ownership, allyship, curiosity, humility, and courage) to foster an environment where employees feel trusted, valued, and psychologically safe.
Catalyst’s Leading for Equity and Inclusion workshops are:
- Facilitated by a live Catalyst expert.
- Delivered on a secure virtual learning platform.
- Two hours long.
- Able to host up to 50 participants.
Our learning curriculum empowers leaders, from executives to frontline employees, with the critical knowledge and skills needed to build more inclusive workplaces, manage diverse teams, and serve diverse clients and customers. In each interactive workshop, learners examine their own assumptions and biases; analyze their own and others’ behaviors; and practice skills through engaging activities, insightful case studies, and practical self-assessment. Emerging leaders, line leaders, directors, and managers will gain a clear understanding of what it means to be an inclusive leader and why it’s essential in today’s global marketplace.
In this workshop, you will:
- Develop awareness of unconscious biases and their impact in the workplace.
- Define inclusion and diversity.
- Identify strategies to become a more inclusive leader.
- Understand the Catalyst Inclusive Leadership Model and competencies.
To learn more, contact the LEI team at [email protected].
Download our Virtual Offerings flyer for information on these workshops and more Catalyst virtual learning opportunities.
Topics:Future of Work
Understand unconscious bias and its impact and become aware of and begin to address internal, interpersonal, and organizational biases.
Understand what limits trust and psychological safety on a team and reflect on your identity and its influence on experiences at work and acquire strategies and tools for building trust, psychological safety, and greater inclusion within your team.
Demonstrate authentic communication across differences and develop tools to interrupt bias or discrimination through inclusive expression.