In a world where inclusion is crucial, awareness alone isn’t enough to create real change.
Allies are a powerful tool to root out and stamp out exclusive behaviour in the workplace – but our research has revealed that taking action is the weakest area of inclusion for individuals.
This is where our active bystander training steps in, equipping your employees with the skills, confidence, and tools to become allies for inclusion.
Designed to suit roles at all levels of your organisation, our highly impactful programme will:
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Tired of one-size-fits-all training that fails to drive genuine behavioural change?
That’s not how we work.
In fact, research has proven that personalised feedback and guidance are more likely to deliver behavioural change.
To maximise the impact of our active bystander training and workshops, we leverage personalised insights garnered from your own people.
Our exclusive digital platform gathers individual feedback from within your organisation, allowing us to understand what needs to be addressed on both an individual and organisational level.
Our team of expertly trained business psychologists employ this diagnostic tool to develop a workshop tailored to your unique strengths and challenges.
A training experience that not only raises awareness but empowers individuals to act – through personalised feedback and guidance on how to take action.
Being an active bystander means taking a proactive, appropriate and timely action when witnessing and addressing exclusive, discriminative or micro-aggressive behaviour in the workplace.
Instead of remaining a passive observer, an active bystander takes action to challenge and confront these behaviours, fostering a culture of psychological safety, inclusion and equality.
Active bystanders do more than just watch.
They’re a catalyst for change in the workplace.
Understand the subtle signs of exclusion and micro-incivilities that can often go unnoticed.
Our training empowers individuals to identify these behaviours and take proactive steps to address them.
Exclusive behaviour may be overt and deliberate, or unconscious and difficult to identify.
Different situations demand different action. Our psychologists empower individuals to recognise different manifestations of exclusive behaviour – and give them the skills and confidence to take effective action in any given situation they encounter.
With almost four decades of experience, we blend our deep-rooted expertise with cutting-edge research and bespoke technology, resulting in a comprehensive approach informed by the latest data and proven experience.
Our DEI programs are not just about raising awareness. We go a step further by providing actionable insights – tailored to the individual – that empower and enable behavioural change. Our approach drives tangible, long-lasting results.
Pearn Kandola has been a vanguard in DEI (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion) since 1984. Our history is rich – from pioneering Unconscious Bias training in the UK to producing award-winning books and thought-provoking research. We have been recognised through many prestigious awards and have proudly worked with organisations around the globe.
Ready to empower your employees to act on exclusion?
Contact us today to discuss how Pearn Kandola can support your journey toward a more inclusive workplace.
9 years’ experience