Achieving an open, inclusive and flexible culture with a wide array of growth opportunities for everyone is the responsibility of a transformational leadership. Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) have now moved beyond the conventional umbrella of cultural change, rather it stands out as an acute business sense that brings change on a distinct path of organization’s future. And the change isn’t going to happen just because employees complete an online diversity awareness course. DEI actually goes beyond the definite meaning of individual terms, and elaborates an openness towards the multiple futures that can be realized by a business.
Employees who are at the centre of this change are needed to be respected by creating a feeling of trust and belongingness to be more independent, productive and innovative and their thoughts.
Our DEI programs aim to adapt to changing social conditions and are centred around three specific behaviors
To create an inclusive environment, it is important to acknowledge one’s own knowledge and how it can give unearned benefits which others can also receive. Offering a path based on continuous learning, feedback and improvement, our DEI programs focus on alleviating cultural competence. We empower people to seize opportunities of learning from others, collaborating and open to modifying personal views for improved organizational behavior.
The most under-discussed topic about modern workpalce is the organizational culture that creates harmony and alliances. With the right support and knowledge material, our aim remains to engage workforce in respectful conversations about identities, backgrounds and experiences. Our programs demonstrate an eager to adapt preferences and mannerism when faced with diversified approaches of culture.
Developing a sense of empathy is a fortifying asset that encourages employees to share past experiences and accept diversity confidently. Empowering people with the feeling of compassion, we align individuals to be accountable by identifying the impact of behavior that appears to be non-inclusive, inequitable, or disrespectful. Our training programs develop interpersonal skills that help people to avoid any intentional or unintentional disrespectful or insensitive conversations.
Infopro Learning is empowering business with a DEI development approach for individuals to bring cultural shift.
Our world has changed, and the evolution is continuing, perhaps even accelerating. Inclusive leadership consists of six powerful competencies uniquely adapted to a diverse environment. We aim to accomplish those through a combination of facilitated discussions and experiential exercises.Know More
This workshop focuses on implicit attitudes or stereotypes that shape how we engage others and make decisions in the workplace. It provides an understanding of how bias is formed in our unconscious, and specifically focused on four kinds of bias at workplace – Affinity, Confirmation, Social Comparison and Attribution Error.Know More
We help prepare leaders to manage and lead across generations, cultures, and a combination of both. This course will improve your cross-cultural leadership skills by increasing your understanding of culture and how it impacts global working relationships, communication, and leadership styles.Know More
Driving attention towards self-reflection for leaders, the course helps them to see themselves the way others see them, to identify circumstances and others’ reactions. And to identify opportunities to earn and reinforce trust, with colleagues, employees, customers, clients, family, and friends.Know More
This program begins with a discussion around best practices for creating a workplace mentoring program to add value to the organization. Through this program, participants learn and practice essential components of successful mentoring programs and identify what mentoring behaviors to avoid.Know More
Delivered a custom learning program to help participants learn leadership and technical skills needed in management position.