Learn, Apply, Reinforce diversity at work with Learning Snippets
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These microlearning scenarios help you and your teams to develop inclusive habits and address cognitive biases from any device, anywhere.

Our Clients

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Upper Grand District School Board logo
Avon Maitland District School Board logo
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Family Councils Ontario (FCO) logo

What Makes Learning Snippets Different?

Lasting

Lasting

Spaced microlearning is more effective and longer-lasting than traditional in-person or online training. Consequential reasoning and critical thinking are core to each scenario, making the learning meaningful.

Effective

Effective

Too much DEI training merely builds awareness. Our program is designed to encourage real behaviour change. Each Snippet is built on recent, proven science about the knowledge, skills and motivation that support inclusive behaviours.

Snack-sized

Snack-sized

Each scenario-based lesson can be completed in 2 minutes or less. Employees are motivated by the short time commitment, and don’t get overwhelmed or bored by traditional lengthy training.

Flexible

Flexible

Employees can use a laptop, tablet, or smartphone to complete lessons on their own schedule, so they don’t have to sacrifice valuable working hours to complete a course.
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Measurable​

Measurable​

Finally move the needle when it comes to real behavioural change. 100% of Learning Snippets users report a greater understanding of diversity, equity & inclusion issues and 75% say they’ll now take action to change their behaviours.

What Makes Learning Snippets Different?

Lasting

Lasting

Spaced microlearning is more effective and longer-lasting than traditional in-person or online training. Consequential reasoning and critical thinking are core to each scenario, making the learning meaningful.

Effective

Effective

Too much DEI training merely builds awareness. Our program is designed to encourage real behaviour change. Each Snippet is built on recent, proven science about the knowledge, skills and motivation that support inclusive behaviours.

Snack-sized

Snack-sized

Each scenario-based lesson can be completed in 2 minutes or less. Employees are motivated by the short time commitment, and don’t get overwhelmed or bored by traditional lengthy training.

Flexible

Flexible

Employees can use a laptop, tablet, or smartphone to complete lessons on their own schedule, so they don’t have to sacrifice valuable working hours to complete a course.
Icon of graphs

Measurable​

Measurable​

Finally move the needle when it comes to real behavioural change. 100% of Learning Snippets users report a greater understanding of diversity, equity & inclusion issues and 75% say they’ll now take action to change their behaviours.

Recommended Programs

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Inclusivity 101

Lessons on diversity, equity & inclusion topics that relate to day-to-day work experiences for everyone.

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This program contains 1 hour of EDI Professionalism Content.

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Anti-Black Racism

Behaviours, actions and system-level changes that help you and your organization combat Anti-Black Racism.

Law Society of Ontario accredited EDI logo

This program contains 1 hour of EDI Professionalism Content.

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Inclusive Leadership

Designed for leaders at all levels, this program covers the best practices for developing great teams, managing conflict, and actively promoting equity and inclusion at all levels of your organization.

Key Benefits

Lessons take 2 minutes to complete and can be completed at any time

No installs or special software required – people receive lesson emails and complete lessons online​

Learning can be done on any device, anywhere employees can get online​

Scenario-based lessons require reasoning and critical thinking, not just clicking and guesswork​

Spaced learning inserts pauses between scenarios, preventing people from rushing through the content, and providing time for them to reflect on and apply what they’ve learned​

Behavourial nudges provide quick reminders that can be easily integrated into employees’ work​

Relevant, meaningful reports that help people see their progress, and help administrators identify areas for further improvement​

Our Collaborators

Subject Matter Experts

To ensure our training is effective and comprehensive, we work with a variety of subject matter experts to validate the content. By fusing insights from industry leaders with our scientifically-proven approach to training, we can offer e-learning that drives lasting behaviour change.

Ashland Johnson

Founder, Inclusion Playbook

Ashland Johnson is the founder and president of The Inclusion Playbook, a sports impact consultancy. An attorney, equity and inclusion strategist and former Division I athlete, Ashland has over a decade of civil rights experience working with social justice communities, advising sports leaders and serving in leadership roles in advocacy organizations.

Camille Dundas

Co-Founder, byblacks.com

Camille Dundas is the co-founder of byblacks.com, public speaker and corporate DEI consultant. An intersectionality expert, she puts a specific emphasis on the idea that effective diversity work must go beyond gender. Camille’s approach is heavily rooted in explaining what allyship looks like and giving tangible steps to transforming how teams understand how this plays out in the workplace.

Colleen James

Colleen James

Principal Consultant, Divonify

With over fifteen years of experience promoting inclusive environments in public, private, education and not for profit sectors, Colleen has been able to blend her passions of education and diversity. As the Principal consultant at Divonify, she provides equity diversity and inclusion (EDI) training to organizations, companies and individuals.

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Brian Carwana

Executive Director, Encounter World Religions

Brian has a PhD from the University of Toronto and has spent twenty years at Encounter delivering engaging programming to workplaces, schools, and organizations to increase religious literacy in our communities. An Associate of the Canadian Centre of Diversity and Inclusion, he is honoured to work with leaders and staff in government, health care, police, manufacturing, high-tech, and service sectors.

Partners

We recognize many organizations are doing great work in the diversity, equity and inclusion space. By collaborating with the following organizations we can increase our impact and create real change.

Pricing

INTRO

$ 150 per employee*
  • Choose any one program
  • e.g. Inclusivity 101

ESSENTIAL

$300
$ 250 per employee*
  • Choose any two programs
  • e.g. Inclusivity 101 + Offsetting Racial Bias
SAVE 15%

CHAMPION

$450
$ 330 per employee*
  • Choose any three programs
  • e.g. Inclusivity 101 + Offsetting Racial Bias + Gender Identity
SAVE 25%

*Based on 50 employees. Actual savings may vary, depending on number of users. Some restrictions may apply. 

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Dialectic helps businesses and organizations improve the way people work, learn, and collaborate through person-centred design and the latest in social psychology, industrial organizational psychology, neuroscience, and behavioural economics.

Dialectic is based in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

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