Together we can collectively define and uphold the behaviours we want to see in our organisation.
An inclusive workplace ensures your people and your organisation thrives. Fostering a culture of inclusion ensures every individual feels accepted for who they are and appreciated for their unique contribution.
Defining inclusive behaviours together
To build and sustain an inclusive workplace culture, it is essential to get buy-in from everyone. The best way to do achieve this is to build it together, plus everyone has a stake in making it work.
Tell Jane’s inclusivity training is about collectively defining what inclusivity means to your organisation and embedding those behaviours in practice. It isn’t about imposing rules and regulations. It’s about exploring what matters to employees and collaboratively developing an Inclusive Behaviours Commitment that underpins the entire workplace culture.
How to build inclusion
Our Building Inclusive Behaviours training involves defining how we want to interact with one another and embedding those behaviours through developing an Inclusive Behaviour Commitment.
As well as inspiring collective accountability for defining and upholding the commitment to inclusivity, leaders will receive further practical guidance from Tell Jane’s experienced mentors and coaches for role-modelling the behaviours they expect to see from their teams and for aligning their management styles to the Inclusive Behaviour Commitment.
Embedding inclusive habits
We have developed a programme of six bite-sized online training sessions to develop learning outcomes from the Building Inclusive Behaviours training. Here employees and leaders can practice embedding inclusive behaviours in their day-to-day work, including:
- Fostering more equitable communication by developing your skills in active listening and managing relationships
- Understanding your own biases and blind spots by engaging with feedback and practicing honest self-reflection
- Taking the lead in making change happen by working on assertiveness and inclusive decision-making.
As these habits become second nature, your workplace becomes more equitable, supportive, and collaborative for everyone.