DIVERSITY HIRING BLENDED TRAINING WORKSHOP
(Blends online learning with a live workshop)
3-Module Integrating Diversity into Employment Interviewing Series
*NOTE* This series includes DISABILITY and LGBT diversity, as well as RACIAL/ETHNIC, SIZE AND AGE diversity.
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No public workshops currently scheduled. Contact us to discuss bringing this training in-house.
8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Courtyard by Marriott, 2905 Centre Pointe Drive, Roseville, MN
Facilitated by Lila Kelly, Principal of Lila Kelly Associates, LLC and DiversityIntegration.com
This blended training workshop blends online learning with a highly-interactive live workshop. It begins with participants completing THREE 45- to 60-minute Integrate Diversity into Employment Interviewing online training modules on their own prior to the live workshop (required pre-work). This gets everyone on the same page with the workshop topics (listed below).
The online trainings include videos, quotes and examples of real people and situations from Lila Kelly’s firsthand research and experience, activities and quizzes.
The live workshop brings participants to a deeper level of learning through discussion, activities and interaction with others from different organizations.
Human Resource professionals, hiring manager, recruiters and other interviewers will want to attend this highly interactive one-day workshop to build cultural competencies and skills for inclusive interviewing and hiring!
A Certificate of Completion is awarded to participants upon completion of the online component and live workshop.
REGISTRATION: $500/person (includes the workshop, 3 online training registrations (normally $177), breakfast and lunch).
Space is limited to small groups. Registration deadline is one week before the workshop. No refunds after the registration deadline. Quantity discounts available upon purchase. Contact us about nonprofit and government discounts.
Hotel room reduced rates available for early reservations. Contact Tessa at 651-746-8000 and reference the “Diversity Interview workshop group rate.” Other hotels can also be found in the area.
Email us or call us at 651-983-4489 with questions or for more information.
WORKSHOP TOPICS AND ONLINE TRAINING TITLES (Click links for more information)
MODULE 1: IDENTIFYING BIASES & CULTURAL MISUNDERSTANDINGS AS POTENTIAL BARRIERS FOR DIVERSE APPLICANTS
Identifies conscious and unconscious bias by providing numerous examples of how bias appears in the hiring process, and offers methods to eliminate bias and lift barriers for diverse applicants.
Lesson 1: Identifying Bias in the Interview Process
Lesson 2: Moving Bias to a Conscious Level
Lesson 3: Eliminating Bias on the Interview Team
Lesson 4: Lifting Barriers for Diverse Applicants Caused by Cultural Misunderstandings and Bias
Defines skills and cultural competencies needed for interviewing and hiring diverse applicants. Methods are discussed for integrating diversity and cultural competencies into the interviewer’s style and the structure of the interview process. It examines interviewers’ expected responses to commonly asked interview questions that may be unmet due to cultural misunderstandings, and explores alternative methods for asking inclusive interview questions.
Lesson 5: Skills and Cultural Competencies for Interviewing
Lesson 6: Integrating Diversity into the Interviewer’s Style
Lesson 7: Integrating Cultural Competencies into the Structure of the Interview Process
Lesson 8: Developing Structured and Inclusive Interview Questions
Designed to help interviewers avoid discrimination and potential legal trouble, as well as uncomfortable diversity-related interview situations. It reviews personal information that should not be discussed in interviews, but sometimes is anyway. It examines diversity-related questions that applicants may ask, appropriate responses for interviewers, and methods for interviewers to address diversity during an interview. Participants gain additional insights from diverse applicants related to the work environment and interviewers’ behaviors for creating a more effective and welcoming interview process for all applicants.
Lesson 9: Illegal Questions and Other Potential Problem Situations
Lesson 10: Addressing Diversity during an Interview
Lesson 11: Additional Tips & Suggestions from Diverse Applicants
What other are saying…
“The e-learning component grounds participants with the same baseline information. The real learning (for me) happened through the follow-up discussion. The discussion was rich, and I appreciated the diverse perspectives and insights provided by other participants.”
“There is so much added to the e-learning by the discussion. It also can help facilitate cultural change when a work group experiences the training together. The framework for this training provides a great opportunity for colleagues to have a facilitated conversation together, so everyone can work on changing the culture as a team.”
“I like the blended training format – laying out standard questions, why they may not work, and alternative ways to get at the information. The online format was very helpful and easy to follow. The discussion immediately afterward allowed for the learning to be cemented.”
This blended training workshop is also available to bring in-house to train your whole hiring staff (contact us to discuss).