We offer webinars upon request for clients. In May, 2015, Patricia Pope provided the "Illusion of Inclusion" webinar for the Dept. of Agriculture as one of the learning opportunities available to their employees for Multicultural Week.
We've also provided a series of webinars on a range of topics, including:
Please contact us if you are interested in a webinar in your organization on these or other D&I-related topics.
The "Inclusive Leadership Lab" is a 3-day training program that provides in-depth learning in understanding the dynamics of difference, and increases the ability to lead, manage and interact with others more effectively.
Designed for senior executives and leaders across all functions, as well as those in Human Resources and Diversity/Inclusion positions, the Inclusive Leadership Lab is routinely described as "the best management training ever received" and as "life changing."
Over 2000 participants have attended this in-depth training. The average scores for Value of Training and Trainer Effectiveness are 6.5 and 6.6 on a 7-point scale.
Median scores for Value of Training & Trainer Effectiveness are 7.0/7.0.
Public Seminar Participant Comments
“In 30 plus years with my company, this has been the most insightful and valuable training/development, from both a business and personal perspective.”
“Greatly expanded on previous training. Helped me to dig deeper within myself and better understand what I have to do – not others.”
“This experience opened my eyes to thoughts, ideas and opinions that have been locked away for years, and that mine are not the same as others. I realized I don’t know what I don’t know.”
"This training was one of the best I have ever attended. I have participated in and facilitated several of the Army's EO classes/workshops, but got so much out of attending this conference. Pope and Associates outshines all the D&I educators out there. I plan on attending additional training. Don't miss the opportunity if you can attend any of these conferences!"
"Pat and her colleagues facilitated Diversity Learning Labs at Wisconsin Energy when I worked there as Manager of Diversity during the 1990s. This training had a lifelong impact on me, both personally and professionally. I will never forget all the "teachable moments" that emerged during these skillfully facilitated sessions. Pat is a thought leader in the diversity professional whose concepts and approaches are as relevant today as they were in th 1990s."