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Diversity and inclusion training: a major asset for corporate teams

Create a more harmonious working environment that respects individual differences with diversity and inclusion training.

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To ensure the success and competitiveness of companies, diversity and inclusion must not be neglected. Diversity and inclusion training enables corporate teams to develop their skills, understanding and awareness of these essential issues. Company managers should invest in this type of training to encourage better collaboration and communication between your employees. It also helps to improve the creativity, performance and overall effectiveness of your organisation.

The importance of diversity and inclusion in business

Diversity and inclusion are not limited to visible differences such as age, gender or ethnic origin, but also encompass invisible characteristics such as skills, education, personal experiences and individual preferences. Taking account of this wealth of human diversity offers a number of advantages for businesses:

  • Improving creativity and innovation by combining different ideas and points of view
  • Strengthening team spirit and cohesion between employees
  • Promoting well-being at work and reducing the stress and conflict generated by misunderstanding differences
  • Increase overall performance, both individually and collectively.

The objectives of diversity and inclusion training for corporate teams

To be truly beneficial, diversity and inclusion training must meet a number of concrete objectives:

  • Raise employees’ awareness of the different dimensions of human diversity and the importance of these dimensions, both for the smooth running of the team and for the personal development of each individual
  • Educate participants on the various themes linked to diversity and inclusion (such as stereotypes, discrimination and microaggressions)
  • – Develop the interpersonal and intercultural skills needed to better understand, respect and value everyone’s differences
  • – Encourage the creation of an inclusive and caring working environment where everyone feels valued and can develop to the full.

How diversity and inclusion training works with Archetype

Defining objectives and aligning with the board’s expectations

Before starting the training itself, work closely with the Board of Directors to determine the precise objectives of the training and to ensure that it is in line with the company’s expectations and challenges. This stage ensures that the programme is tailored to the real needs of the group.

Preliminary meeting with the team

A preliminary meeting with your team ensures our commitment and enables us to tailor the programme to your specific needs. During this meeting, we discuss any fears or apprehensions you may have about the subject, as well as the personal objectives of each participant. The aim is not to immediately convince them to sign up for the training, but rather to create a connection between employees and trainers to facilitate the success of the training programme.

Varied and interactive teaching methods

To be effective, diversity and inclusion training must offer varied and interactive teaching methods. At Archetype, we use

  • Practical exercises and role-playing to encourage experimentation and learning by doing.
  • Time for exchanging and sharing experiences to encourage participants to open up and question their own behaviour and attitudes
  • Practical tools (such as memo sheets, best practice guides, etc.) to support employees in their personal skills development process.

Post-training follow-up to ensure that the skills acquired are applied in practice

The success of diversity and inclusion training is measured not only by participants’ satisfaction at the end of the programme, but also by the way in which these new skills are applied in the day-to-day professional context. This is why we believe that post-training follow-up is a key element in ensuring that the knowledge and skills acquired have really been integrated by each participant.

By investing in diversity and inclusion training for your corporate teams, you are not only helping to create a more harmonious working environment that respects individual differences, but also boosting your organisation’s overall performance and competitiveness. 

Don’t hesitate to contact us to support you in this process and offer your employees an unforgettable and efficient training experience.