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The Many Answers to Our Clients' One Question

Updated: Aug 15, 2023

Here’s a 35-second video about the one question we keep getting from our clients. Take a look! (Just click the image below.)

As we all adjust to our “new normal,” our clients are asking how to keep inclusion initiatives moving forward. Know that we can support you with a wide variety of virtual trainings and panels – now and in the future.

Here are our most popular virtual offerings:

TRANS 101: Understanding and Interacting Respectfully with Transgender and Non-Binary People

If you feel uncertain around gender diverse people and afraid of accidentally being disrespectful, you are not alone. That is why most organizations begin with our Trans 101 training; to empower their employees or members to be comfortable and competent interacting with trans and non-binary individuals. Starting where your virtual learners are, we reveal the unacknowledged source of their discomfort. With this fresh awareness, participants eagerly learn new, researched-based findings about gender, and emerging terms they need to know. Learners are then equipped with words and practices to use – and to avoid – in order to interact respectfully with trans and non-binary people. Head knowledge merges with heart empathy as participants hear personal stories from gender diverse individuals and their loved ones. Time and time again we hear how necessary and effective this training is in helping an organization’s employees or members be comfortable and competent interacting with their trans and non-binary co-workers, customers, congregants, clients, patients, students or volunteers. NOTE: Trans 101: Respectful Interactions has been so widely requested we now offer it in a video-based format, as well. You can host it on your own Learning Management System, or provide it to everyone in your organization online. Check out a 2-minute trailer here.

TRANS 202: Best Practices for Creating Trans and Non-Binary Inclusive Cultures

Along with being able to interact respectfully on a personal level, leaders must know how to create organizational cultures that will attract, engage and retain the rapidly growing demographic of trans and non-binary people - and their loved ones. Trans 202: Best Practices teaches leaders concrete steps to take regarding marketing, recruitment, communications, policy development, facilities usage, education and more. Each Trans 202 training is custom designed to meet the specific needs of your company, corporation, non-profit, government agency, law firm, medical or mental healthcare practice, or religious or educational institution.

TRANS 303: Targeted Trainings for Specific Groups

Some of your employees or members need highly specialized training to carry out their responsibilities. Our 300 Level trainings meet these needs. Current virtual offerings include:

  1. HR Best Practices for Creating Trans and Non-binary Inclusive Cultures

  2. Talent Acquisition Readiness: Attracting and Hiring Gender Diverse Talent

  3. Effectively Managing Gender Diverse Teams

  4. Overcoming Health Disparities Experienced by Trans and Non-Binary Patients

  5. Ethical Counseling with Trans and Non-Binary Clients

  6. Providing Pastoral Care for Gender Diverse Congregants and their Loved Ones

Panel Presentations

Virtual panels are a proven way to expand your employees’ and members’ understanding of the trans and gender nonconforming (TGNC) community, along with the whole LGBTQ community. We do all the work – secure, pay and coordinate with panelists, develop questions, provide bios and headshots for marketing, and moderate the panel – while you reap all the benefits. We are happy to incorporate panelists from your organization as well. Current topics include: Intersectionality within the TGNC and Allies Community - Every gender diverse person has a unique story. Your employees’ or members’ understanding and empathy will grow as they hear personal accounts of what it’s like to be a trans man of color, a non-binary Gen-Xer, a Muslim trans woman or the parent of a gender diverse child. (Panelists’ intersections may vary.) Being Good Allies to the LGBTQ Community – Participants will learn from panelists of various sexual orientations and gender identities practical things they can do to support and advocate for members of the LGBTQ community. CLICK HERE to Schedule a FREE 30-MIN. CONSULTATION Call 404-408-4676 or 678-620-9129 to discuss which of these training options would be best for your organization.


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