Public Workshops

Outward Inclusion

Create a culture of real inclusion where people from all backgrounds belong and where diversity fuels your organization's success

1-Day Workshop (In-person Session)

Date: 25 September 2023, Monday

Time: 8:30am – 5:30pm

Venue: Furama Riverfront Hotel

Course Content

Too many organizational efforts to address
diversity and inclusion
focus on behaviors alone.

Too many organizational efforts to address diversity and inclusion focus on behaviors alone. The marginalizing and discriminatory behaviors we are trying to address are behavioral manifestations of something deeper than behavior—mindset. For this reason, if we engage in change efforts that do not address mindset—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 the culture your organization needs. Outward Inclusion guides participants through a process of self-discovery to help participants uncover bias and become equipped with practical tools to create an inclusive workplace that celebrates diversity and fosters real belonging.

Features of Outward Inclusion

  • Addresses intersectionality and inclusion among all groups rather than a few
  • Enables both mindset change and behavior change rather than focusing on behavioral prescriptions
  • Uses authentic, real-life stories and experiences rather than sterile, scripted role-playing
  • Calls people “in” to participate in dialogue and transformational conversations
  • Creates a psychologically safe environment and enthusiasm for change
  • Focuses on self-discovery through active participation, personal assessments, and group exercises
“The information was thought provoking and the questions made you dig deep within yourself, as I would have expected from an Arbinger training. I came away with a new perspective on how to approach hiring and promoting without bias, rethinking boundaries, feedback, and how to create inclusion in the workplace.”
Funeral Director and Director of Training & Development

Program Format

Outward Inclusion is a one-day facilitator-led workshop appropriate for employees at all levels of the organization from the C-suite to the front-line.

Participants encounter powerful concepts, utilize illuminating assessments, learn how to use practical tools, and engage in transformational conversations that change the way they see themselves and those around them. The workshop also includes an introduction to application modules that provide practical tools to implement lasting change.

Participants receive printed handbook for the learning modules and activities.

This workshop has no prerequisites.


Individuals can become certified to facilitate Outward Inclusion within their own organization by participating in the two-day Outward Inclusion Facilitator Training workshop. Attending Outward Inclusion is a prerequisite for this workshop.

Learning Objectives

Outward Inclusion

  • Become equipped with tools to foster safe, honest, self-reflective, and productive dialogues
  • Understand the origin and nature of bias
  • Explore the impact of stereotyping, labeling, and exaggerating differences
  • Apply frameworks and tools to reduce bias, increase belonging, and influence change

Application Modules

  • Understand the value of diversity and the dangers of tokenism
  • Develop a practical and healthy way to promote diversity
  • Identify and correct practices and structures that erode equity and inclusion
  • Apply frameworks and tools to improve equity and create a culture of belonging

Fee Structure

Cost per person
For participants in Singapore

Special Launch Fee: S$1,025 plus 8% GST

Usual Fee – S$1,390 plus 8% GST (Cost per person)

For every 2 participants, a 3rd person will be given a complimentary seat. (Only for new clients)

Special goodwill discount  for MOE primary, secondary, junior college educators and Non – Profit organizations (S$680 plus GST per person).

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

For enquiries, please contact us at