Workplace Inclusion Training: a 3-Day Intensive Program

The National Liberty Museum’s Workplace Inclusion Training is a 3-day program for operational teams that teaches participants how to develop and implement their own Workplace Inclusion Program immediately upon their return to their company/organization.


Workplace Inclusion refers to a diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace environment in which all individuals are treated fairly and respectfully, have equal access to opportunities and resources, and can contribute fully to the organization’s success.

Who should Attend:
Companies/organizations may bring 3-6 operational team members. We recommend that the participants serve any or all of the following roles within your organization:

• Board Members
• Executives
O(CEO/COO/CTO/CFO/CDO)
• Senior Management
• Departmental Directors
• Managers
• Program specialists
• Educators


Description of Training:

Day 1: Awareness
Participants will broaden their self-awareness, attain vital information about the full meaning of Workplace Inclusion, learn essential concepts for leveraging critical thinking, and collaborate with their organizational team to establish a specific goal for the actual Workplace Inclusion program they will develop and implement.

  1. Day 1 Results & Outcomes

    Organizational Teams will…
    Comprehend the complete definitions of Diversity and Inclusion and how they relate to creating a successful Workplace Inclusion program
    Create an Operational Goal Statement that they will use as the foundation for developing and implementing their actual Workplace Inclusion program
    Learn how to develop an “Inclusive Mindset”
    Attain strategies for recognizing, evaluating and challenging personal explicit and implicit biases that may be harmful to creating a successful Workplace Inclusion program
    Learn how to engage personal perspectives to help develop and implement a successful Workplace Inclusion program

Day 2: Development
Organizational teams will work together to develop a strategic plan to create their own successful Workplace Inclusion program, including learning methods for acquiring allies, strategies for facing resistance, and essential communication skills.

  1. Day 2 Results & Outcomes

    Organizational Teams will…
    Designate specific areas of inclusion on which to focus during the initial implementation of their Workplace Inclusion program
    Compile a list of important Workplace Inclusion competencies which they hope to achieve when implementing their workplace program
    Identify workplace allies [e.g., positive influencers], outside the organizational team, who will support their program, and learn strategies for acquiring their help
    Learn strategies to anticipate and reduce potential resistance to their program
    Comprehend effective communication concepts and strategies that are relevant to acquiring allies, reducing resistance, and promoting the program within their workplace

Day 3: Implementation
The NLM Workplace Inclusion Training Program will culminate with organizational teams condensing all that they have learned into a precise Action Plan that will serve as a step-by-step guide for implementing their own workplace inclusion program when they return to their organization.

  1. Day 3 Results & Outcomes

    Organizational Teams will…
    Complete a template to create a step-by-step Action Plan for their actual Workplace Inclusion program
    Present their Action Plans to the entire training group as preparation for formal workplace presentations


Certification:
At the conclusion of the three days of training, each participant receives a certificate confirming their successful completion of the National Liberty Museum’s Workplace Inclusion Training Program.


Schedule:
This 3-day Program is offered three times per year (May, July, & October).
Dates for July & October to be announced.


Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. How should I decide whom to bring to this Program?

    The goal of this 3-day Training Program is for your participants to be equipped to successfully develop and implement their own Workplace Inclusion program immediately upon their return to their company/organization. Therefore, it is recommended that participants represent different levels of your organization’s operations.

  2. Is attendance on all 3 days required?

    Yes, this is a certification program. Each day’s content builds on the previous day. To receive a certificate confirming a person’s successful completion of the National Liberty Museum’s Workplace Inclusion Training, the participant must be present all three days.

  3. Is this program designed to assist in my company’s recruitment strategies?

    Our Workplace Inclusion Training Intensive Program is a staff training program designed to teach participants how to foster an inclusive environment within your company/organization. While it doesn’t directly teach recruitment strategies, effective Workplace Inclusion programs have been shown to attract a wider array of talent.

  4. Will meals be provided?

    Yes, breakfast and lunch will be provided on each day of this program. Lunch choices will be listed on your enrollment form.

  5. Are there hotel accommodations nearby?

    Yes, if you and your operational team will be traveling to Philadelphia to attend the 3-day Workplace Inclusion Program, you will have numerous accommodation choices, as the National Liberty is located in Old City Philadelphia, just steps away from many hotels and eateries. We recommend the following that are within walking distance to the Museum:

    Renaissance Philadelphia Downtown Hotel
    401 Chestnut Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19106
    215-925-0000

    Wyndham Hotel Philadelphia Historic District
    400 Arch Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19106
    215-923-8660

    Holiday Inn Express Philadelphia Penn’s Landing
    100 N. Christopher Columbus Blvd
    Philadelphia, PA 19106
    215-627-7900

    Kimpton Hotel Monaco Philadelphia
    433 Chestnut Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19106
    215-925-2111

  6. Is there parking at the National Liberty Museum

    The National Liberty Museum does not have a parking lot. We recommend not to select street parking as spaces around the Museum are extremely limited. However, the Museum is offering discounted daily garage parking that can be purchased with registration. Parking is located just one block away from the Museum at:

    Bourse Garage Parking Garage
    400 Ranstead St.
    (215) 592-8320
    Open 24 hours

  7. Can I travel to the Museum via public transportation?

    Yes. Whether you are driving or choosing to travel to the Museum via public transportation, please click here for full public transportation and directions to the National Liberty Museum.

  8. Does the National Liberty Museum provide full accessibility?

    Yes. The National Liberty Museum is fully committed to making its facilities, exhibits, and programs accessible for all audiences in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act (ADA). Please contact us in advance of your registration for any special assistance you may need.

 

 

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