Ouch! That Stereotype Hurts
Leslie Aguilar is the author of Ouch! That Stereotype Hurts: Communicating Respectfully in a Diverse World Video-based training programs: Ouch! Your Silence Hurts fosters an environment of courageous conversations and respect while creating an opportunity for meaningful dialogue using a common language to speak up against stereotypes, bias, and disrespect. You will gain skills to speak up against stereotypes and microaggressions. 90 minutes (1 ½ hours)
What’s Your Story
Who you are matters! Writing and telling your story/stories takes courage. Learning about yourself requires vulnerability and honesty as you might discover secrets, stereotypes, values, inequities, bullying, new family history, celebrations, biases, privileges, and traditions.
Knowing our own diversity, equity and inclusion story helps you understand “All kinds of diversity” according to Koppelman. Telling and owning your story/stories can be extremely empowering and many times gives voice to those who may have been silenced or excluded. 60sec Truths stories leave individuals with key concept to focus on their own lives, lessons, and experiences.
Topic examples: endurance, perseverance, excellence, activism gender, faith, becoming, individuals will highlight their journey and share their 60sec truths. (Culture conversations) There is a pre-assignment requirement that you will receive once you register for the course. 120 minutes (2 hours)
Creating Your Own Intentional Inclusive Excellence Action Plan
Prerequisite for course: “What’s Your Story”
You will use your Access, Belonging, Equity, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion story to create an intentional inclusive excellence plan using the following DEI education principles inclusive growth mindset, inclusive practices, inclusive culture and belonging and inclusive leadership. 90 minutes (1 ½ hours)
LET'S GET IT! Inclusive Excellence Thought Pad Education
The dream team consists of individuals who are dedicated to understanding the value that each member brings to the table. The inclusive excellence thought pad is a catalyst to creating such a team. Let’s take it one step further by understanding how inclusive and diverse thinking while creating equity in the workspace can empower and support those around you.