What you will learn:
What does diversity, equity, and inclusion look like to you?
In this training, we will uncover what diversity, equity, and inclusion means to both employees and corporations. But first, we need to understand more about our own dimensions of identity and reflect on how unconscious bias plays within the relationships we form within the workplace. Using openness, interactive activities, and data-based research, we aim to create an engaging space where participants can have open and honest conversations, learn best practices, and walk away with the tools they need to build awareness and set up the proper foundation to make DEI-centered decisions.
Join Beckham Duffy, TEDx Speaker and Learning & Organizational Development specialist by selecting this elective as a standalone training or by incorporate it within a training track. See you there!
About the instructor:
Beckham Duffy is a holder of a master's degree in Human Resource Management and dual bachelor’s degrees in Visual Art and Women & Gender Studies. He has worked across multiple industries and functions, including DE&I, Learning & Organizational Development, Employment Relations, Data Analytics, and Talent Acquisition Operations. Although he has worked primarily within human resources, his passion lies within diversity, equity, and inclusion through educating and speaking on DEI, intersectionality, and LGBTQIA+ topics.
Beckham conducted a TEDx Talk on the topic of Transformation & Growth: What it Means to be Human. He expands on the complexities of having an intersectional identity, navigating society as a queer, adopted, person of color and opens the floor for conversation on the importance of identity and building inclusive spaces.
Since then, he has conducted numerous corporate talks and facilitations on gender and the workplace, LGBTQIA+ laws and protections, DEI recruitment strategies and HR best practices, bias trainings, and how companies can take actionable steps to create inclusive cultures. He works towards creating spaces where people can feel that all their identities – not just their most defining identity - are upheld, respected, and celebrated.
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Suggested Length:90 min(Flexible)
# of Employees: Flexible
Format: Live via Zoom
- Keynote Followed by Q&A
- Lecture with Discussion
- Interactive Workshop
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