We love helping organisations navigate the path to inclusion and belonging.
Wherever your organisation is on its inclusion journey—whether you’re just starting out, working in an inclusive culture, or anywhere in between—our training and consulting programmes can be customised to meet your needs. We are here to help you progress along the journey and create the sense of belonging we are all striving towards.
Allyship means using your personal privilege to support others from historically marginalised communities. Within the workplace, allies can utilise their influence to magnify the voices and enhance the employee experience of their underrepresented colleagues. This will promote greater diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging throughout the company and help build a stronger, more engaged workforce.
Our Allyship training sessions support those who want to become allies to people who are more marginalised than themselves. We help people learn what it means to be an ally, and how they can effectively support these marginalised groups in a genuine and meaningful way.
By attending Allyship training, participants learn the history of allyship, how to be an ally in different contexts, and most importantly to understand people’s lived experiences from their own perspective, in order to foster trust and understanding.
Additionally, our Allyship training helps participants explore unconscious bias and the microaggressions that can unintentionally cause harm to the people they are trying to support.
Participants will be equipped with the tools necessary to implement the learnings from this training into their everyday lives.
We design and deliver diversity, equality, and inclusion training programmes for everyone, from small teams to entire organisations, either directly or through train the trainer programmes, and work across all disciplines and levels within an organisation, from DEI practitioners through to senior leaders and boards.
Talk to us about creating a tailor-made programme to meet your organisation’s specific needs.