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Although they are by nature small, microaggressions can have a big impact on others, and in unsettling workplace culture. Understanding what causes them, what effect they have and how to 'call them out' and 'call them in', leads to more inclusive, psychologically safe and high-performing teams. As does examining the opportunity to get on the front foot with intentional 'microaffirmations', powerful habits in contexts of conscious inclusion.

Exploring this topic with your team

The little behaviours that have big impact

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Live, virtual courses

Energising, interactive and expert-led sessions (singular, or a series) will bring your team together to socially and practically build their understanding around the topic, and put new tools in their hands for immediate application.

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Really handy resources

Engaging and shareable resources; from bitesize, expert led videos to eCourses and playlists enable your teams to take away what's new and put things into practice right away.

Key concepts covered:

• Defining micro-aggressions, ways they show up and their underlying implied message
• Unpacking examples of micro-aggressions in action
• Techniques to minimise their occurrence and helpful mindsets and ‘productive responses’ then we experience them
• Frameworks for asking yourself whether what you want to communicate could be micro-aggressive
• Exercises to practice turning micro-aggressions into micro-affirmations

Inclusive conversations
Inclusive conversations

We're partnering with Equity, Inclusion & Diversity Consultant Sereena Abbassi, to facilitate a series of conversations among our partners' teams around timely and pertinent themes. Coming up in May, our focus falls on the relationship between micro-aggressions, calling-out and calling-in.

Learn more in the Open Programme