Diversity and Inclusion Education and Training (DV350)
The cornerstone of effective diversity training is ensuring that management and employees have an experience that raises awareness through self-discovery, changing behaviors by identifying strengths and gaps and committing to change, assessing your organizational audience and applying the appropriate learning and development strategies. Increasingly, when diversity training is developed improperly, it is fraught with legal risk and may cause backlash and produce negative impact. This program will provide best practices and ways to create the right training for your organization.
Enhance your skills in developing and delivering diversity training by exploring:
- Methods for identifying and planning diversity training needs
- Training techniques, models and ideas that get diversity messages across
- Critical facilitation and delivery skills for successful diversity training and information dissemination
Approach and Features
During this two-day fully participative workshop, participants have many opportunities to apply their learning and skills through group discussions, team facilitation and delivery content topics, and critique and feedback on facilitation and training plans.
- Diversity awareness training
- Training needs assessment
- Diversity skills training
- Deciding whether training is the right intervention
- Building support for training and minimizing resistance
- Developing the training plan
- Inclusive training practices
- Dealing effectively with the difficult issues (e.g., race, gender, sexual orientation, unearned privilege)
- Avoiding the blame game
- Legal issues in diversity training
- Blended learning
- Evaluating success and minimizing failure
- Emerging issues in diversity training
- Managing training consultants
Who Will Benefit
HR, Trainers, L&D Professionals, EEO/AA, diversity managers, consultants, and anyone with responsibility for training.
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David Ciliberto, Founder of David Ciliberto Enterprises, is an independent human resources consultant with over 25 years of experience in human resources. Mr. Ciliberto focuses on diversity and inclusion, learning and development, management coaching and career transition. Throughout his years in HR, he has developed, designed and facilitated training programs around diversity and inclusion, ERG leadership, team building, supervisory, leadership and talent acquisition. He has held roles at financial services firms including UBS, Credit Suisse, HSBC, The Prudential and American Express. While at UBS, he ran D&I for the America’s supporting the Executive D&I Council and all ERGs. Additionally, Mr. Ciliberto has consulted with and has done speaking engagements for ION Media, Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC nonprofit) The Howard Center, VT, CUNY, Montclair State University. Mr. Ciliberto also consults with Jennifer Brown Consulting supporting her clients around D&I Strategy, D&I Councils and ERGs. In addition to his Adjunct Instructor role at Cornell ILR, he works part time at Partners International as the SVP of Client Services and Career Transition.
Katheryn King is a corporate consultant with Lockheed Martin who brings over 30 years of experience working in diverse, global environments in functions of Diversity & Inclusion (D&I), Banking, Learning & Development with a specialization in Relationship Management. Currently, Katheryn acts as a corporate liaison to several diverse communities including the PRIDE LGBT Professional Network, PAAN, Professional Asian-American Network and Able & Allies.
Prior to joining the Lockheed Martin team, Katheryn was a Regional Vice President at US Bank for 15 years and managed the Department of Defense purchase card portfolio. Katheryn was selected to join the bank’s inaugural Diversity and Inclusion council and eventually chaired it.
Katheryn is a graduate of the Cornell Industrial Labor Relations School and holds the CCDP/AP credential, Cornell Certified Diversity Professional/Advanced Practitioner.
Katheryn’s extensive world knowledge and travel can be attributed to her ten years of dedicated service to the U.S. Army as a Russian and French linguist. She is a decorated combat veteran and self-identifies as having a service-connected disability.
One of Katheryn’s greatest assets is her ability to use diversity of thought to create new ideas. She is a natural leader and has a unique brand and facilitation style. Katheryn has her own consulting firm, KK !deation LLC, where she is the President and Chief Ideation Officer.