Programs that equip leaders with relational and emotional skills like empathic listening, trust building, and supporting mental wellness.
Presents a clear framework to guide leaders through difficult conversations about workplace conflict and performance issues.
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.
Emotional Intelligence (EQ) competencies differentiate strong leaders. This program helps leaders demonstrate and grow their self-awareness, self-regulation, empathy, motivation, and social skills.
This program explores how leaders can promote psychological safety and belonging on their teams by mitigating threats to status, certainty, autonomy, relatedness, and fairness.
Designed to give your team a strong DEI foundation. Learn how identity, biases, and polices and practices shape people’s experiences at work.
Go beyond the labels and acronyms. Learn the behaviors, skills, and communication techniques that build an environment in which all staff can feel confident being their true selves.
Behaviours and practices to support the belonging of religious colleagues in the workplace.
Equitable workplaces are built on a foundation of respect and anti-harassment. Learn to prevent, recognize, and respond to workplace harassment to build a safer environment for your team.
Programs that encourage a community mindset and build practical skills for effective teamwork.
Mental wellness isn’t a checkbox, it’s a culture. Colleagues and leaders can promote wellness by focusing on recognition, influence, involvement, work-life balance, and other key factors.
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 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.
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.
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.
Adriana Leigh (she/her/hers) brings 19+ years of diverse global experience as a workplace human rights lawyer and facilitator in gender equality, sexual harassment, and gender-based violence prevention and diversity and inclusion. Trilingual in English, French and Spanish, Adriana leverages her well-rounded background to support organizations to build harassment-free, inclusive environments and relations through training, policy development, coaching, thought leadership and knowledge building and sharing.
See how easy it is to activate soft skills in your organization. Soft skills training on 3 key topics: DEI, Leadership, and Collaboration.