What you will learn:

Increasingly, employees are encouraged and expected to bring their authentic selves to work. However, transgender and gender non-conforming (TGNC) employees often do not experience the psychological safety needed to do so. Many transgender and gender non-conforming individuals continue to face discrimination and harassment in professional settings, which can create distrust, dissatisfaction, and emotional distress.

If we expect TGNC individuals to show up authentically, then we must prioritize creating psychological safety in the workplace and in the broader systems that we influence (healthcare, education, government, etc). In this workshop, you will learn how discrimination continues to negatively impact TGNC individuals, how organizations can and must change to better suit the needs of all individuals, how to challenge your understanding of gender identity and expression, and how to create safe spaces in which TGNC individuals can thrive and find a sense of belonging.

About the instructor:

Julian Damore is a seasoned People Operations professional and DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) advocate who has worked in both startups and large organizations in the finance, cybersecurity, and marketing operations sectors.

After years of struggling with their gender identity, Julian came out as transgender at the age of 24. Transitioning in the workplace came with extensive challenges, and through this experience, they developed a commitment to educating others about the nuances of gender identity, the importance of pronouns, and inclusive language in the workplace and beyond. Through sharing their story with others, Julian has also discovered a talent for workshop design and facilitation.

Julian identifies as both queer and non-binary and uses they/them pronouns. In their free time, they enjoy long-distance backpacking and spending time with their fiancée and rescue dog.
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# of Employees250
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