Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Workshops
The Science of Inclusion tells us, “Team performance increases by 50% when everyone feels included.”
Graci Harkema’s DEI workshop is an interactive and engaging workshop where participants will understand the business case of diversity, equity and inclusion, learn to build more inclusive environments where employees are able to thrive as their authentic selves, recognize their biases and how to control them, and gain effectiveness in facilitating crucial conversations. Featured topics include implicit bias, authenticity and identity & belonging, equity & craft beer, and LGBTQ inclusivity. Workshop topics can be customized to align specifically with your organization. Workshops can be facilitated virtually or in-person.
Graci Harkema’s diversity & inclusion workshop is an opportunity for organizations of all industries to build more equitable and inclusive work environments, increase collaboration and communication among employees, and create opportunities for employees to be empowered to work and live more authentically.
Diversity is everything that encompasses us. It’s everything we bring to the table. Inclusion is ensuring we have a seat and a voice at the table. If we are not seen or heard, our diversity doesn’t matter.
We all have bias. We have the ability to learn to check our biases and control how we react to them instead of allowing our biases to control us. How we react to our bias determines next steps.
DEI work is continuous and never stops. The work requires action and accountability, which we know can sometimes be…well, work. Work is a process and can be uncomfortable. When we confront the uncomfortable, the next step is growth. Power comes from doing the work. The workshop can be customized for any group of any size. Let’s rise and create powerful outcomes together.
Steelcase: “Thank you Graci Harkema for sharing your insights on "Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace". I felt very positive to hear thoughtful conversations. The point which struck me - WE all have a bias, WE all make mistakes and WE all make judgments. Yet, if we seek to understand and respect one another, we can make a change.”