A systemic problem requires a systemic solution. We, at Training Industry, will look to our network for the best and most promising training programs to help us all create change within our organizations, and we will share them with you.
Live In Their World has launched a new remote learning program using virtual reality (VR) to help bridge racial and gender bias in the workplace.
While the stakes are usually lower in corporate training, there are several lessons that learning and development leaders can take away from the mistakes (and successes) of the training that occurs in police departments.
The murders of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd and Breonna Taylor sparked outrage over the racism Black people face in their daily lives and has brought racial injustice to the forefront of conversations among individuals, communities and organizations.
Undoing more than 400 years of systemic racism is not easy. If Ei leadership training is not the answer, it can play an integral role.
The Police Empathy Academy is now offering an empathy training and racial bias certification for police officers, precincts, academies and departments.
Our perceptions are unique, based on our past knowledge, experience, and cultural norms and assumptions. How might trainers’ biases, inaccurate perceptions, assumptions and expectations affect the success of training and impede in successful learning?
To address unintentional bias, we need to foster intentional behaviors that create change. Here are strategies, informed by clinical psychology, that both men and women can put it into practice every day to create a more equal working environment.
Intent is the motivation or purpose behind our action. Although our intent may be good, if it is not communicated well or the behavior that follows doesn’t match it, then the outcome will not go as planned.