“Inclusion is in our DNA, it just comes naturally to us!”
“Our workplace culture is fine, I haven’t heard a single complaint!”
“We are mission-driven, so we don’t have the same culture problems as our colleagues in the private sector!”
These are common remarks from people working in the social impact sector, often right before they face a huge diversity or culture challenge they were not anticipating. While it’s natural to want an inclusive and affirming workplace culture, achieving one is difficult work. Just like any important business practice, success depends on setting measurable goals.
- In this interactive & participatory workshop you will learn about the common pitfalls of cultivating an inclusive workplace culture and how to avoid them.
- Participants will get the opportunity to apply their learning in the session by working in small groups on case study exercises that will help increase their competency to set reasonable diversity, inclusion and equity goals that include methods to ascertain and share the impact of their strategies.
Please register here via the Eventbrite registration page.
Note: Session capacity is limited for this workshop.
About the Presenter: Colin Druhan
Colin Druhan joined Pride at Work Canada/Fierté au travail Canada as Executive Director in 2014. In 2020 he was named a CivicAction DiverseCity Fellow, joining a prestigious group of rising leaders who are passionate about shaping their communities within the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. Colin currently serves as Vice Chair of Volunteer Toronto and is a mentor in Jumpstart Refugee Talent’s Welcome Talent Canada program. Originally from Cole Harbour, NS, he has lived in Ontario for over fifteen years. Previous to Pride at Work Canada he has worked and volunteered with a variety of nonprofit organizations such as TIFF, The 519, the Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film & Video Festival and the Toronto People With AIDS Foundation.
About Pride At Work Canada:
Through dialogue, education and thought leadership, Pride at Work Canada/Fierté au travail Canada empowers Canadian employers to build workplaces that celebrate all employees regardless of gender expression, gender identity, and sexual orientation. Our learning, networking and community events happen across the country, advising, celebrating and connecting the most inclusive Canadian employers. We help private, public and nonprofit employers to create safer, more inclusive workplaces that recognize the skills of LGBTQ2+ people. The vision we share with our employer members is a Canada where every individual can achieve their full potential at work, regardless of gender expression, gender identity, and sexual orientation.