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Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity & Inclusion

An organization is only as good as its culture—and building that culture is not only a role for HR, it’s every manager’s and employee’s responsibility. You can help make your organization a more supportive and engaging place to work by understanding the perceptual, institutional, and psychological processes that impact the ways people interact with each other. A Deloitte study found that when employees “think their organisation is committed to and supportive of diversity and they feel included,” there’s an 83% increase in their ability to innovate.

The management of diversity and inclusion has evolved from a focus on compliance to a strategic-level effort with a demonstrated positive impact on an organization's performance. In the current business climate, companies that strive for both diversity and inclusion are achieving intended business results. They provide the proof that diversity and inclusion are much more than a legal or moral requirement; they’re also a competitive advantage.

What is Diversity & Inclusion training

 it’s a way of educating employees about how to work with people from different backgrounds. There are broadly two types of diversity training: awareness training and skills training. The first is about raising people’s awareness and helping them to see the world through the eyes of someone of a different age, race, gender, etc. The second involves specific exercises to help people build skills, such as communicating better with people from diverse backgrounds and reducing the levels of unconscious bias in their decision-making. 

Why chose us

“A recent meta-analysis of over 40 years of diversity training evaluations showed that diversity training can work, especially when it targets awareness and skill development.” 


Experiential learning
We work with learning through experiencing, our unique methodolgy includes unconscious bias tests and privilege awareness exercises that help individuals to understand their own thought patterns as well as see the perspective of those who are unlike them. 


Skill development
Inclusion doesn't only come from understanding other's perspective but by building behaviours and habbits that can create inclusiveness in the work environment. A child learns social skills through play and to un-learn maladaptive behaviours and re-learn social skills which propagate inclusiveness we use the same method-PLAY and GAMES. Our training uses concepts of play & games to help build social skills & habbits that enhance inclusiveness. Individuals learn how to make others feel welcome, and heard and give equal opportunity to each to express their thoughts. 

Inclusive work environment


Respect and acceptance are the two pillars of inclusion. Through this experiental workshop we help to build mutual respect & acceptance. which provides a deep seated understanding & empathy along with tools to build the acceptance at workplace and create an inclusive work-environment where everyone is heard. 

Gender Sensitization


Understanding helps! This experiential training program creates empathy and sensitization towards the other gender and brings to surface the subtle nuances of workstyles, expectations, personality and biases. It helps people see from the other's perspective by being in their shoes and learning through their own experiences.



It is the subtle body language that can make a person uncomfortable. his training people learn to understand their body language and the concept of boundaries and personal space. This training focuses not only dos and do nots, but also on what amounts for appropriate and inappropriate behaviour and what you communicate without words

Creating healthy boundries


Boundaries are an unseen line we draw in our lives, being aware of them is the difference between developing a healthy work relationship and being taken forgranted. This workshop focuses on helping people learn to discover and create healthy boundaries that help them to understand what is and is not acceptable and let others know it too.

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