Changing the way the world works.
You’ve signed up for that workshop you’ve wanted to take. It’s started. You’re in. You’re motivated. You’re learning…well, sort of. Okay, not really. Not at all actually. Your learning has sunk farther and faster than the titanic.
All of a sudden, instead of looking forward to learning, you’re feeling excluded, left out, and ignored. Enter major roadblocks to your learning.
Can you relate? It.doesn’t.have.to.be.that.way. And it shouldn’t.
Here’s how to help make sure that doesn’t happen the next time you’re designing and delivering a learning event.
Great learning is powerful learning and when we set out to create powerful learning, we must take into account the art and science of learning and development and how to not only make the learning materials inclusive and accessible but also the teaching.
What’s accessible and inclusive for some, isn’t for everyone. And when someone doesn’t feel included then not only do we block their learning, but we block the opportunity to learn from them too. Everyone loses—individuals, organizations, and our communities.
“Leave no One Behind” – it sounds good yet often workshops do just that. Most learning events are not designed using an inclusive approach. As a result, we leave both learners and valuable insights and potential solutions to pressing social problems behind. This Learning and Development Roundtable aims to resolve that with four inclusive steps that anyone can use for face to face and/or online/blended workshops, to overcome bias in workshop design and delivery.
By using these four inclusive steps, not only will everyone have a seat at the table, but they will be able to meaningfully engage.
In this free workshop with me, Lee-Anne Ragan you’ll:
RSVP here by September 16th. Then watch your inbox for our agenda and how to participate online.
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