Inclusive Management 201


Build effective leadership skills for the challenges of today

Teams with inclusive leaders are more likely to be more productive and effective. Not only are leaders key in demonstrating and modeling inclusive behavior, but they are a strong predictor of successful inclusion initiatives. This training is perfect for helping managers and leaders build inclusive skills.

We’ve taken a people first approach to the best practices of inclusive leadership. You’ll review case studies, and test your assumptions with self-reflective activities. We address the importance of understanding and addressing microaggressions in the workplace, as well as how to reinforce and model inclusive behaviors.

  • Identify strategies to address bias, microaggressions, and more in the workplace
  • Review case studies and best practices for inclusive management
  • Identify inclusive communication best-practices
  • Practice reflective exercises to develop your inclusive leadership style

Creating a cohesive and inclusive team isn’t easy, but it is doable and paramount to the success of your organization. So, be prepared to leave this training with the confidence to respond to challenging interpersonal situations effectively and empathetically.

Your Instructor

Stevie McFadden
Stevie McFadden

Witness Stevie from a distance and you’ll see what follows in her wake: energized employees, elevated productivity, and clarified team identity.

Stevie measures impact by leaving a company smarter, faster, and healthier than she found it—and she manages that transformation by intentionally and inventively reshaping the culture that powers it.

Stevie is an expert on training and development with a special focus on managerial development and gender disparity. She has spent most of her career crusading for better workplaces in addition to guiding, coaching, and training organization leaders. Stevie has led culture change integrations, optimized talent and culture management.

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