In "The Business Case for Racial Equity" (2013), the Kellogg Foundation states: “research has shown that businesses with a more diverse workforce have more customers, higher revenues and profits, greater market share, less absenteeism and turnover, and a higher level of commitment to their organization” (p. 5). We invite you to partner with the YWCA Madison to cultivate a thriving and diverse organizational culture. The YWCA Madison offers a variety of training opportunities to help companies create more culturally-competent workplaces. Training can be customized for your organization and covers a variety of topics, including: basic cultural competency and cross-cultural communication skills, understanding racial inequalities and disparities, and exploring the roles we can all play in advancing equal access to opportunity. We tailor the length and intensity of training to fit your organization’s needs. Some popular options include half- or full-day trainings, Creating Equitable and Inclusive Organizations training (see below), or consultation appointments with your staff to assist them in developing tools for ongoing programming. The YWCA provides local businesses with the tools needed to create sustainable diverse workplaces.
Multicultural Organization Developmental Model
Well-intended diversity initiatives often fall short of desired outcomes. While increasing awareness, most don’t create significant, sustainable organizational change. In this training, employees will explore the Multicultural Organization Developmental strategic organizational change model to learn how businesses can create inclusive organizations through systemic, long-term culture change.
Services and Fee Schedule
Creating Equitable and Inclusive Organizations Training
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Creating Equitable and Inclusive Organizations Training Package
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For more information, contact Racial Justice Director Colleen Butler at 608.257.1436, option 2.
*Groups larger than 25 people can be accommodated for an additional fee. Contact the Racial Justice Director regarding cost.