Diversity Training For The Workplace: The missing ingredient to your team’s success.
And it’s easier to find than you think
A recent survey of 150 CEOs and their employees found...
of employees would be more loyal to a more empathetic company
of CEOs believe empathy supports a company’s bottom line
of employees would work longer hours for a company they felt was empathic
The same survey that found CEOs singing the praises of empathy, found that more than 90% of their own employees said that their empathy was undervalued.
That shows the challenges of really cultivating a program of empathy.
But the good news is empathy is a skill, not a personality trait.
By being curious - and understanding that we don’t know everything about everyone - we build the active listening skills needed by leaders and teams to have successful collaborative outcomes. We normalize the experience of emotion, and make emotional learning easy and enjoyable.
By being curious – and understanding that we don’t know everything about everyone – we build the active listening skills needed by leaders and teams to have successful collaborative outcomes. We normalize the experience of emotion, and make emotional learning easy and enjoyable. This is the foundation of effective diversity training in the workplace.
What people are saying about our workplace empathy training.
Research shows that educating, validating, and cultivating deep learning supports the well-being and adaptive decision making of individuals and teams. Employees who view their workplace as empathic have higher morale and less stress, which leads to lower turnover and greater job satisfaction.
The experience includes pre & post assessments designed to measure changes in growth of empathy and psychological safety amongst participants.
We’ve seen that programs working with empathable over time show significant increases in their culture of inclusion and empathy.
We would love to talk with you about how we can make a positive impact in your workplace.