Diversity, Inclusion, Unconscious Bias & Gender Intelligence
Inclusion is a topic close to our hearts and one that we have supported clients with more times than we can count across our nearly 20 years in business! Whether it’s general awareness sessions for all staff, an introduction for new employees not familiar with workplace standards, a programme that seeks to achieve behavioural and/or cultural change or an in depth session for managers who need to understand both the topic and the law, Jaluch is able to deliver a range of tailored solutions.
Our proudest moments are when delegates who have been obligated to attend D&I sessions give us feedback that they loved the session, learned far more than they expected to and really felt engaged with the topic. It's great if staff are not ‘obligated’ to attend but in our experience its seldom sufficient to train just a small proportion of staff if you are trying to achieve change. So when there is a company wide roll out, our job is to ensure that what we deliver engages, educates and leaves staff feeling their time has been wisely used.
Why not take a look at our D&I offerings in more detail…
If its just a reminder for staff about workplace behaviours that are expected, a course that educates managers about D&I, equality laws and how to handle complaints or a more in depth programme that seeks to both educate and encourage behavioural change, Jaluch can develop for you a D&I seminar, workshop or training course.
We understand that every organisation has its own, unique challenges when it comes to tackling inclusion, which is why our training is bespoke, tailored to your specific requirements, sector and culture. We also offer a range of solutions to fit differing organisational needs and budgets...
Having delivered diversity and inclusion training for over 15 years, we began to deliver unconscious bias and gender intelligence training and seminars in 2013. Whilst research into unconscious bias is an exciting new development as at long last, we can begin to understand some of the real blockages to diversity. Gender Intelligence research and thinking adds yet more information and understanding that can enable us to work effectively and inclusively, which surely is everyone’s goal?