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Educate Modules

D&I Awareness

Globalization calls for a new way of leadership - Inclusive Leadership. Inclusive leaders create environments where people of all backgrounds feel respected, can contribute their talent and perspectives, and are given fair access to meaningful opportunity. The purpose of programs is to provide participants with an in-depth understanding of the complexities of leading a diverse team, the challenges involved in creating a truly inclusive organizational culture.

Key topics include:

  • Change of business community landscape

  • Inclusive Leadership: a new business imperative

  • Individual Differences

  • What is Diversity?

  • What is Inclusion?

  • Bias and Prejudice

  • Unconscious Bias and how to manage it

  • Discrimination and Harassment

  • Exploring Micro-Inequities / Microaggression

  • The History of Diversity in the Workplace

  • The Values of Diversity and Inclusion

  • Business cases and opportunities

  • The Risks of Exclusion

  • Cornerstones of Diversity

  • 5 Approaches to Diversity & Inclusion

  • 7 Levels of Personal D&I Engagement

  • 5 Levels of Organizational D&I Benchmark

  • A Culture of Valuing Differences

  • Model of Personal Transformation

* This is a comprehensive list of options for one day program. The scope of coverage will be subject to the objectives of individual training engagement.

Unconscious Bias

This workshop introduces the concept of unconscious bias Bias has three levels: personal, cultural and institutional. It provides the participants with an opportunity to understand what implicit bias is and how it impacts our decisions. You will learn how to assess your learned attitude and association. The ultimate goal is to develop ways to avoid unfriendly and unwelcome behaviors.

Key topics include:

  • Exploring Unconscious Bias

  • What are Diversity and Inclusion? 

  • What is Cultural Competence? 

  • Understanding Your Cultural Background

  • We All Have Biases

  • Different Types of Bias

  • How Our Brains Work

  • Exploring Micro-Inequities

  • Why Do we need to Counter Unconscious Bias?

  • Biases derail leadership and judgment

  • Stay on Top of Your Biases

  • Some Tips for Interrupting Bias


Understanding Gender and LGBT+ Diversity

More and more countries are legalizing the right of LGBT+ as a result of people have a better understanding of the situation and changing their views towards this group of people. The United Nation also has set a goal to improve gender equality around the round. Organizations are expected fairly, equally, and respectfully treating everyone in the workplace as a responsible employer.

This program provides foundational knowledge to participants who have limited knowledge of gender equality and LBGT+.

Key topics include:

  • How is Gender Equality? Current Situation.

  • The Value of Gender Equality from a Human Capital Perspective.

  • Sex vs Gender

  • Core Vocabulary of LGBT+

  • Brief History of LGBT+ Movement Evolution

  • Legal Situation of LGBT+ in Asia

  • First Impression and association 

  • Unconscious Bias

  • Privilege and Coming Out

  • LGBT+ Umbrella and the Gingerbread Person

  • Do and Don't

  • What are the appropriate ways of interacting with LGBT+ peers?

  • Be a trusted ally

Understanding Cultural Diversity

The world is becoming one market.  As a result of globalization and markets, we bring in the best talents around the world into the organization to serve and create values to customers. Talents carry their respective cultural preferences, traditions, values, and religious practices to the workplace. To create an inclusive work team, the starting point is the understanding and appreciation of the differences in cultural practices.

Key topics include:

  • What is "Culture"?

  • The common elements all cultures share?

  • The importance of cultural intelligence.

  • The common communication roadblocks associated with cultural differences.

  • Explain Geert Hofstede’s dimensions of culture.

  • Describe Edward Hall’s work on time.

  • Appreciation of culture differences

  • Culture Competence

  • Development of a way of working together for results

  • Interpret and adjust communication for people from high-context cultures and low-context cultures.

  • Explain variations in body language and paralanguage.

  • Ways to improve cultural sensitivity and appreciation communication

Valuing a Multi-Generational Workforce

This program helps you to gain a better understanding of the 5 generations that make up the current workforce - Traditionals, Baby Boomers, Generations X, Generation Y, and Linksters. You will learn how their unique experiences and expectations impact their view of work and the workplace. The program also offers you the tools and techniques to identify the challenges of working with multiple generations and develop ways to work together for a common goal.

Key topics include:

  • A Changing Workplace

  • Five Generations of Employees in the Workplace

  • The Characteristics of Each Generation

  • Conflicts of values of the Generations in the Workplace

  • Business Impacts of Generational Diversity in the Workplace

  • Potential Challenges

  • Overcoming Stereotypes

  • One Team with Different Style

  • Best Practice Makes Perfect

  • Inclusive Culture and Practices Matter

  • Organizational Action Plan

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