Tips & Tools for Designing, Developing, and Delivering Diversity Training That Hits The Mark

Many of the best tools for diversity training have been around for decades. However, employers are realizing that the old tools do not adequately address the diversity (and inclusion) issues they are facing in their workplaces today. This two-day program will provide you with a comprehensive framework for designing, developing, and delivering diversity training that works. In this highly interactive course, you will learn about the strategies diversity leaders are using to embrace the new realities of the diversity and inclusion industry.

In this training, you will:

  • Be trained on a model for diversity & inclusion training that works in corporate, government, university, and other work environments
  • Leave with dozens of activities that can be easily integrated into your training
  • Receive hands-on exposure to innovate diversity training tools
  • Preview on-line training modules that can be easily integrated into your training
  • Hear insights, best practices, and lessons learned from other diversity leaders in attendance
  • Receive valuable insights into the future of the diversity & inclusion industry
  • Critique your current or planned diversity & inclusion initiative
  • Build a network of diversity leaders you can call on in the future

Thursday, April 27 – Friday, April 28
American Immigrant Lawyers Association (AILA)
1331 G Street, NW
Suite 300
Washington, DC 20005
(within walking distance of the Metro Center station)

Agenda:

Day 1 – Framework for Diversity & Inclusion Training

Diversity Training…Then, Now, and the Future
An overview of the ever-changing diversity & inclusion field and the challenges the rapid pace of change presents for organizations seeking to provide relevant diversity training
The Pro and Cons of Classroom-Based, Technology-Based, and Blended Learning
A critical review of the three major models used in training and their effectiveness in diversity & inclusion training
Diversity Training vs.
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The HR SOURCE Live – Bill Shackelford, Part 2

Join us on April 6 for our next The HR SOURCE Live chat again with our Director of Diversity Services, Bill Shackelford. We will be talking about putting your diversity & inclusion plan in your workplace and a preview of his seminar, “Tips & Tools for Designing, Developing, and Delivering Diversity Training That Hits The Mark,” which will be held on Wednesday, April 27 to Thursday, April 28 in Washington, D.C.

William (Bill) Shackelford has assisted scores of government agencies, Fortune 500 corporations and universities address workforce diversity issues. He has been successful in making fundamental, lasting change in organizations by using a dual strategy of working from the “top down” – coaching and mentoring executives and managers – and from the “bottom up” – empowering employees through participation on/in diversity committees and affinity groups, and is a recognized leader in the field of multicultural human resources consulting. Click here to read more.

Boot Camp for New Managers, Supervisors, and HR Professionals

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Are your supervisors a little confused?

WHY NOT SEND THEM TO BOOT CAMP!

The HR SOURCE Presents: Boot Camp for New Managers, Supervisors, and HR Professionals.

This boot camp is an intensive, full-day course providing information, solutions, and real-world techniques for challenges faced by first-time supervisors and managers.

This course will feature a variety of case studies and group exercises around the following topics:

• Employment Law
• Diversity Awareness
• Conflict Management
• Performance Management
• Interviewing and Hiring
• Termination

Wednesday March 29, 2017
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Click here to read more.

The HR SOURCE YouTube Contest

The HR SOURCE has created a YouTube channel! This channel will be dedicated to broadcasting our monthly live chats on a variety of HR issues and other special events and is called “The HR SOURCE Live.” In March and April, we want you to join us on YouTube. The Grand Prize is an Amazon Echo.

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Here’s how to enter:

SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to our YouTube channel. When you subscribe, you will receive one entry to win the Grand Prize.

SHOW: Record a video resume on your work history, skills, personality, and accomplishments. Click here to read more.

Let’s Talk Diversity – Brown Bag Breakfast

Diversity in the workplace is important for employees because it manifests itself in building a great reputation for the company, leading to increased profitability and opportunities for workers.

Join us on Thursday, April 13 for our “Let’s Talk Diversity” series as our Director of Diversity & Inclusion, Bill Shackelford, shares his thoughts about how you can build high performing teams through diversity efforts.

April 13, 2017
8:30 a.m.—9:30 a.m.
8181 Professional Place
Suite 210
Landover, MD 20785
(within walking distance of the New Carrollton Metro Station)

Bio:

Mr. Shackelford’s expertise includes: designing, developing and implementing diversity management programs; providing strategic diversity recruiting consulting; facilitating diversity-related training; and conducting work environment assessment studies (i.e. Click here to read more.

Let’s Talk Diversity – Brown Bag Lunch

Diversity in the workplace is important for employees because it manifests itself in building a great reputation for the company, leading to increased profitability and opportunities for workers.

Join us on Thursday, April 13 for our “Let’s Talk Diversity” series as our Director of Diversity & Inclusion, Bill Shackelford, shares his thoughts about how you can build high performing teams through diversity efforts.

April 13, 2017
12:30 p.m.—1:30 p.m.
1775 Eye Street, NW
Suite 1150
Washington, DC 20006
(within walking distance of Farragut West and Farragut North Metro Stations)

Bio:

Mr. Click here to read more.