Training and certification programs that equip you with exactly
what is needed to make inclusion of all people business-as-usual
An organisation, that provides an inclusive environment where diversity can thrive, is underpinned by leaders that demonstrate inclusive behaviours, make inclusive decisions, and value the contribution diversity makes to the business and the people that make up their business.
C-Suite, Product and Service Business Leaders, Functional Leaders (including HR, IT, Marketing, Communications, Procurement, Legal, Policy, Strategy, Property, Safety, Risk)
An interactive workshop designed to equip participants with the skills, knowldege, tools, and behaviours to; identify and drive inclusion efforts in their organisation, line of business, or function for ROI benefits while making a difference in the lives of all people.
HR leaders, diversity and inclusion specialists, commitees, councils and working groups accoutantable for driving inclusion in the organisation by strategically and systematically addressing change in tangible ways, and can demonstrate the measureable benefits for the business, will succeed in creating an inclusive organisation.
Diversity and Inclusion Professionals and Specialists, D&I committees / Councils / Reference Groups, Human Resources, and Business Leaders allocated the responsibility of sponsoring D&I in the organisation
A comprehensive workshop designed to equip participants with the skills, knowldege, tools, and behaviours to; strategically and pragmatically plan, manage, and implement an outcomes focussed diversity and inclusion program of work; and guide and govern holistic inclusion initiatives that drive a measurable difference for the organisation and its people, customers, and community.
The Inclusive Organisation is one of The Inclusive Organisation Group of companies and make up part of a global team of amazing people.
After serving in the United States Army for two decades, Richard commited himself to creating equal employment opportunities for all people. With graduate and post graduate qualifications in criminal justice, public administration, and HR; he has extensive experience in the public sector and implementing inclusion initiatives and programs of work in challenging environments. He is a high energy facilitator with stories that inspire action in program participants.
Scott makes every participant feel like they belong and are valued. Being profoundly Deaf, his story of exclusion and inclusion captivates our program participants. He shares the daily challenges he faces as a consumer, business owner, and human being. Without judgement he assists people to identify what they can do better to create a more inclusive experience for people with specific needs.
Elizabeth is an expert in organisational culture, transformation and behaviour change, with a career focus on assisting businesses, teams and individuals to be the best they can be. After indirectly experiencing the discrimination her Deaf husband experiences everyday, she dedicated herself to creating a world where everyone is included. Coupled with her international keynote speaking eperience, she brings this capability and passion to The Inclusive Institute.
Please get in contact with us as we would love to create an inclusive world with you.
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Our facilitators are not trainers. All of our facilitators are people who passionate about inclusion and have real lived exclusion experience. Our facilitators, lead by Dr Eizabeth Shoesmith, are engaging and always inspire inclusive action in our program participants.
The Inclusive Institute are also lucky to be part of The Inclusive Organisation Group as we have access to the large global team of Inclusive Foundation Advisors who support our roll out of training and certification programs. The Inclusive Foundation Advisors are renowned for their open and honest sharing of their lived experience.
41% more revenue generated by teams where men and women are equal
companies leading the way on disability inclusion are 2x likely to have higher shareholder returns
We are a not-for-profit Association and part of The Inclusive Organisation Group. Learn more about the other companies; The Inclusive Foundation, The Inclusive Organisation and Dr Elizabeth Shoesmith.
We know business and we know people, so we are the ideal partners to support you in creating an inclusive organisation in a simple and practical way.
The International Inclusive Standard was developed by expert researchers with comtributions sought from individuals with lived experience, business tranformation professionals, and specialist organisations including; Fair Work Australia.
Participant feedback on our programs is consistently exceptional. If you would like to speak to one of our clients for a testimonial, we would be happy to put you in contact.
The International Inclusive Standard guides the identification and implementation of tangible things that are empirically proven to create inclusion. Participants of all our programs walk away with a very clear check list of what they will do to create inclusion in their workplace.
The Inclusive Institute certification programs are not label specific because all labels do is highlight difference and continue to put the onus back on the individual. Participants of our programs will develop skills, knowledge, and behaviours to include all people (ncluding all the labels; gender and sexual identity, religious and cultural identity, Indigenous, age, and ability).
Our facilitators are not trainers. All of our facilitators are people who passionate about inclusion and have real lived exclusion experience. Participants of all our programs have the opportunity to ask questions in a safe space to lern more about others that may be different to them.
Lead their business, functions, and people inclusively while setting the tone for the rest of the organisation.
Structure, guide and govern holistic inclusion initiatives that drive a measurable difference.
Inclusive certification is not unconsious bias training or more workshops about creating diversity awareness. The Inclusive Insitute provides certification programs based on The International Inclusive Standard developed by The Inclusive Foundation. By undertaking Inclusive Certification, you and your leaders and people, will be equipped with the skills, knowledge, tools and behaviours to be inclusive of everyone while also experiencing the operational, financial and legislative compliance benefits of inclusive practices.
Strategically and pragmatically plan, manage, and implement an outcomes focussed diversity and inclusion program of work.
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You shouldn't really need an ROI to justify inclusion. But did you know?
AN EEO PR CRISIS will immediately reduce revenue and STOCK VALUE
the average employee discrimination judgment is $200k plus legal costs
While including everyone is simply the right thing to do, inclusive compliance is also a driver for change.
We strive to demonstrate a deep respect for all people inside and outside our organisation and for the communities in which we all live.
Passion is at the heart of our organisation and we channel that energy to continuously innovate and deliver our very best in all we do.
We build, support and encourage collaboration across people, teams, organisations and sectors to collectively solve complex organisational, community, and social problems.
We are consistently authentic, open, honest, and ethical in every interaction we have, in every decision make, and every action we take.
The Inclusive Institute is a not-for-profit Association and part of The Inclusive Organisation Group of companies. Collectively we are on a mission to create a world where everyone is included. The purpose of The Inclusive Institute is to equip people with real and practical outcome-focussed skills, knowledge, tools and behaviours to create inclusive organisations. We do this through our core values and operating principles;
We are the charity arm of The Inclusive Organisation Group, and our focus is to work on social good programs that make a real difference for under represented and underemployed people.
Whether you’re after a keynote speaker for an auditorium full of guests or a workshop for a small group, you are guaranteed an event to be remembered with Dr Elizabeth Shoesmith.
Before developing your diversity and inclusion strategy and plan, uncover exactly what your organisation needs to do better for your employees, customers, partners, and community.
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015, provides a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future. At its heart are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are an urgent call for action by all countries - developed and developing - in a global partnership. They recognize that ending poverty and other deprivations must go hand-in-hand with strategies that improve health and education, reduce inequality, and spur economic growth – all while tackling climate change and working to preserve our oceans and forests.
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current scheduled public programs
Email email@example.com for more information about these public courses or to shedule your own in-house program for your HR leaders, D&I specialists, diversity coubncils and groups.