Wherever you are on your journey, we'll work in partnership with you to identify priorities and scope a budget-conscious, high-impact solution.
Working from an off-the-shelf solution or a blank sheet of paper, face-to-face or virtually, with specialists in their field and professional actors we will engage hearts and minds and drive tangible change. And with over 30 years experience under our belt, we truly know what works.
Having a vision to lead the way in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Dublin Bus, the largest bus operator in the capital of Ireland, commissioned RightTrack Learning to deliver a range of bespoke training solutions, complete with a train-the-trainer programme and supporting materials, to different levels across the organisation.
This interactive programme explores how the environments within which these individuals work can either facilitate or inhibit their growth and development, and has a practical focus on the small changes we can make to make a big difference.
This forward-thinking programme uncovers what we mean by phrases like ‘allyship’ and ‘bystander effect’ and explores how to develop a psychologically safe environment which encourages people to bring all their experiences and ideas to the table
A fast-paced, practical awareness course that gets attendees thinking about different factors – such as stereotypes, assumptions and micro-behaviours – that impact decisions and interactions, without us even realising.
We script scenarios from the lived experiences of your people, or fictional situations that mirror typical scenarios in your organisation, for professional actors to bring to life in the physical or virtual training room. Using a forum theatre approach, delegates interact with each scene to influence outcomes (without the discomfort of role play) although, with a complex back story things are not always what they seem!
Using actors in training creates the wow-factor; it enables us to stimulate emotion, penetrate the long-term memory and create lasting change.
Identifying our unconscious bias is simply not enough; we need to turn that awareness into action to ensure we are consciously inclusive in our personal and professional lives.
The language we use when we speak to each other is critical to creating an inclusive environment. These guidelines are intended to better improve that communication.
Watch out 60-minute discussion as we explore what being 'vulnerable' as a leader involves and what benefits being open with employees unlocks in the workplace.