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Grit & Flow provides training from multiple perspectives using techniques that engage a variety of audiences. Tiffany provides a dynamic and passionate environment that breaks down barriers to enable difficult conversations to become productive actions for your organization. Call or Email us today to learn more about our training offerings or to discuss a custom solution for your needs.

Business & Job Developer Training

Job Developer - Business 101

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1-2 hours

$250 per Session, up to 15 participants

Job Developers preparing to enter corporations

An inclusive culture can be simply stated as one that is not exclusive. Not very helpful? Well, let’s think about it. What if one of your employees expressed that they felt left out of social and informational networks and barred from the organization’s decision-making process. Would you say they are feeling inclusive within the organization or excluded? Mor Barak (2014) expressed inclusion best as, “The concept of inclusion-exclusion in the workplace refers to the individual’s sense of being a part of the organizational system in both the formal processes, such as access to information and decision-making channels, and the informal processes, such as ‘water cooler’ and lunch meetings where information exchange and decisions informally take place” (p. 155). This training carefully defines inclusion versus exclusive organizations with interactive dialogue reviewing case studies to apply the concepts to situations. The risks an organization faces by not being inclusive are also explained. This training is a primer for more detailed trainings on focused topics related to inclusive efforts, neurodiversity and other under-represented groups within the workplace. The trainer has completed the Cornell University Diversity and Inclusion Certificate.

What is Inclusion?

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1 hour

This training will apply to any level within the organization but is recommended for management teams. Source: Mor Barak, M. E. (2014). Managing diversity: Toward a globally inclusive workplace (3rd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage

Mental health is a topic that organizations cannot afford to ignore. Mental Health America reports that 18% of adults have a mental health condition. This means that one out of every five employees that are in your organization are suffering from a mental illness. Mental illness is a tricky concept for organizations and for those suffering. Disclosure is avoided because of fear of stigma and negative impacts on job expectations and advancement. This training explores what mental health is, what is may or may not look like in the workplace, suggestions on how to support your co-workers, and a review of the laws that protect this group.

Mental Health at Work

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1-2 hours

$350 per session, up to 30 participants

This training will apply to any level. Human Resource personnel and managers are recommended with a general employee follow-up.

70,000 young adults with autism enter the workforce every year and your organization will need to embrace this untapped talent by providing environments that understand, support and embrace the traits associated with having autism. This training provides a detailed overview of what autism looks like in the workplace, the challenges individuals may face and the barriers within organizations that are most limiting. The training will conclude with valuable, actionable steps your organization can take to enable success for this population while increasing innovation, engagement, and employee retention at the same time.

Autism in the Workplace

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Varies

$350 per session, up to 30 participants

This training will apply to any level but we recommend having different training for different levels of management and a training focused on co-workers.

Unconscious bias will be examined in this training. Participants will identify how unconscious bias can affect how people are perceived, evaluated and reacted to. Research from Cornell University’s Professor Nishii will be shared to understand the impact on individuals and organizational effectiveness. Interactive activities will allow participants to learn more about their own unconscious biases and walk away with new awareness of how their biases may be impacting their environment. The trainer has completed the Cornell University Diversity and Inclusion Certificate.

Unconscious Bias Training

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1-2 hours

$350 per session, up to 30 participants

This training will apply to any level. Human Resource personnel and managers are recommended with a general employee follow-up. Another recommendation is to provide targeted training for individual work groups.

Job Developer Intensive

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1-2 hours

$250 per Session, up to 15 participants

Job Developers for Neurodiverse employees

There are many trainings on creating an innovative culture for organizations, but is inclusion of all individuals within the organization a priority? Grit & Flow will provide actionable guidance to understand what an inclusive culture is, tools to help build one, and case studies to understand the benefits to the organization. The trainer has completed the Cornell University Diversity and Inclusion Certificate.

Creating a Culture of Inclusion

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Varies

Contact for pricing.

This training can be tailored based on the goals and current initiatives of an organization and the audience they wish to participate.

Neurodiversity is becoming a popular word, but do you really know it means? How does it impact your workplace? How are your talent management processes impacted? How do you benefit from the neurodiversity population? All these questions will be answered within this training.

Neurodiversity Overview

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1.5 hours

$350 per session, up to 30 participants

This training will apply to any level.