Ready to power-up you inclusive language skills?
This is our 60 minute Lunch & Learn, including Q&A, that dives into one of the 4 KEY pillars of being an inclusive leader in your work place and every day life. Here you will learn inclusive and actionable language strategies to empower you in being an intentional ally.
What you'll learn about:
- Why gender neutral pronouns?
- How to get comfortable around shifting to a new way of communicating
- How should I graciously move forward when I mess up?
How we communicate and the language we use IS impactful. It has consequences.
These consequences can impact our ability to perform our professional roles and they can impact also impact our personal lives and family and friends.
By choosing to take a leadership role in learning and understanding the impacts of inclusive language with Simply Good Form, you'll be changing the narrative and helping to shift bias and remove barriers for transgender, non-binary and gender-questionning people around you. You'll be inspiring space where many, who have often been left out, can be included and welcomed safely.
This is a live webinar hosted on zoom and open to anyone with an openness to learning, wifi and access to zoom.
Here's exactly what we'll be covering in the webinar:
- Introduction to Simply Good Form
- Land Acknowledgement
- A brief history on pronouns and gender neutral language
- A few our of KEY tools for getting comfortable and shifting to a new way of communicating that is inclusive
- Questions & Answers
What folks are saying:
“Simply Good Form provided their Beyond the Binary workshop to our entire staff group and was regarded as the best professional development session staff have ever had. The session truly opened our eyes to unconscious bias and gave us new vocabulary and tools to take away. Some aspects of the workshop was new territory for us but Cynthia and her team were so warm and welcoming and made the content extremely accessible. We look forward to doing more work with SGF!”
Katie Feltmate, Construction Safety Nova Scotia, Spring 2022