Public Workshops

Outward Inclusion


1-Day Workshop (Online Session)

Date: 15 July 2022, Friday

Time: 8:30am – 5:30pm

Course Content

Too many organizational efforts to address equity, diversity, and inclusivity focus on behaviors alone.

Too many organizational efforts to address equity, diversity, and inclusivity focus on behaviors alone. The marginalizing and discriminatory behaviors you are trying to eradicate are behavioral manifestations of a deeper issue—mindset. If you engage in change efforts that do not change mindset—the fundamental way we see and regard others—nothing will change.

Arbinger’s Outward Inclusion workshop equips organizations with the tools to address the mindset and behaviors that get in the way of creating an inclusive workplace that promotes equity, celebrates diversity, and fosters real belonging.

The Outward Inclusion workshop guides participants through a process of self-discovery to uncover unconscious bias and become equipped with practical tools to drive equity and inclusion within their teams and across the organization.

  • Addresses intersectionality and inclusion among all groups rather than a few
  • Focused on mindset change and behavior change instead of behavior-only
  • Use of authentic, real-life stories and experiences and not sterile, scripted role-play
  • Calls people “in” to participate in dialogue instead of calling “out” for lacking understanding
  • Creates a psychologically safe environment and enthusiasm for change
  • Focused on self-discovery through participation & dialogue

Program Format

Outward Inclusion is a one-day workshop. Members of all levels of the organization are invited to engage in session one which requires no prerequisite. They will engage in transformational conversations that change the way they see those around them.

Participants will receive exclusive access to the interactive digital Outward Inclusion handbook. Printable materials are available for an additional cost.

Learning Objectives

Outward Inclusion

  • Create conditions that foster safe, honest, self-reflective, and productive dialogues
  • Understand the origin and progression of bias
  • Explore stereotyping, labeling, and exaggerating differences and their impact
  • Apply frameworks and tools to reduce bias and influence change

Fee Structure

Usual Fee (Cost per person)
For participants in Singapore and other countries

SGD 925.00 plus 7% GST

Usual Fee (Cost per person)
For participants in Malaysia

MYR 1,990 plus 6% SST

* Click here for our Terms and Conditions pertaining to replacement of participants and penalties relating to cancellation and “No-Show” cases.

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