Diversity & Inclusion Training for Law Firms — Available Immediately

Today, I want to let you know that we are now offering learning content that might be the most important training you offer this year: Diversity & Inclusion Training from our friends at Traliant.

Traliant’s three-course Diversity & Inclusion Training Suite is built to inspire positive change within your organization. The suite includes the following content:

Workplace Diversity, Inclusion and Sensitivity

This 35-minute course explains racial identity and racism alongside core D&I concepts while providing practical steps to help employees choose inclusive actions, improve cultural competency, and address unconscious bias. The course further emphasizes the role civility and workplace sensitivity play in promoting a respectful culture.

Unconscious Bias

This 20-minute course is focused on raising awareness of unconscious bias and provides suggestions to help employees reach a higher level of awareness, so they are better able to prevent personal biases from affecting their actions at work. This course will train your staff to understand and manage their hidden biases and assumptions.

Microaggressions in the Workplace

This 15-minute course explains microaggressions and the effect they can have on others. Employees learn to recognize and prevent verbal and nonverbal messages that contain hidden meanings based on unconscious bias and receive guidance for responding to microaggressions in a positive and effective manner.


I’ve arranged for you to get a free trial of the full suite so that you can determine if it is right for your law firm.

Simply click this link and sign up on the Traliant website. You will receive complete access to the full suite.

Of note: All Traliant courses can be fully customized with your branding, policies and leadership messages.

If you have any questions about the courses in the Diversity & Inclusion Training Suite or would like a free trial, please contact me directly today. Doug@SavvyTraining.com or 303-800-5408


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