Employee Training and Development
Diversity and Inclusion Training Videos
From anti-racism to unconscious bias, our diversity and inclusion training videos can help foster a safer and more inviting work environment for your employees. Watch a few of our full courses below or sign up for a free trial and watch all of the videos in our DEI training topic.Connect with Us Start Free Trial
Why HSI for Diversity and Inclusion Training Courses?
Companies must ensure that their workplace is accepting and inclusive. That's why it's vital to have diversity and inclusion training for all employees. Our courses cover important themes such as anti-racism, understanding what privilege is, educating yourself on isms, how to create a culture of civility in the workplace, and much more.
Additional Diversity and Inclusion Training Topics
We have a full list of diversity and inclusion topics such as:
- Cross-cultural considerations
- Keep your cool
- People first
- Unconscious bias
- Working well with everyone
Anti-Racism: Calling Out and Calling In
In this course, we’ll define these terms, identify the different scenarios when it’s more effective to “call out” someone and when it’s more effective to “call in.” We’ll also review some important points to keep in mind when putting these actions to use.
Anti-Racism for Leaders: Mitigating Bias
It’s become clear to corporate leaders and business owners around the world that we need to do more to fight racial inequality in the workplace. In this course, we’ll talk about two types of common biases and how to mitigate those in the workplace.
Exploring Isms in the Workplace
In this program, we’ll educate viewers by focusing on six isms of discrimination and some stereotypes that accompany them. We’ll also discuss how these attitudes are detrimental to organizations.
LGBTQ in the Workplace: Understanding Pronouns
In this course, we’ll do a brief grammar lesson on using pronouns. We’ll also discuss some gender-neutral pronouns and how to politely and respectfully determine someone’s preferred pronoun.