What is inclusion training?

Inclusion training is specifically designed for leaders within your organisation.

This type of training aims to educate leaders about what is required for an inclusive and equitable workplace by addressing topics such as psychosocial hazards, psychological safety and ESG (environment, society and governance).

Our inclusion training typically involves workshops, learning modules, and interactive activities delivered over three modules.

Who attends inclusion training?

  • Leaders and their teams looking for a safe and practical way to begin developing their inclusive culture​.
  • Senior and HR leaders who are responsible for an organisation’s remote and hybrid working policies.
  • Information and communications technology specialists and leaders responsible for collaboration software and digital tool selection and design.
  • Leaders, supervisors and managers looking to improve the engagement and productivity of their remote teams.
  • HR and safety professionals involved in their organisations culture strategy.
  • Project leaders, innovators and specialists wanting to enhance their facilitation skills to gain the benefits of genuine feedback and positive challenges.

While inclusion training won’t solve your organisation’s inclusivity problems, it can help your people better understand them.

Key components of inclusion training

  • Helps participants recognise and counter unconscious biases that impact their decision-making.
  • Explore what psychological safety looks and feels like at work​.
  • Understand the relationship between inclusive leadership and psychological safety.
  • Identify some of the most common microaggressions and how these impact psychological safety​.
  • Describe the relationship between inclusion, innovation and financial performance.​
  • Identify the organisational risks associated with exclusionary cultures​.

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Why train with us?

We structure for impact

We target our courses to grow with you. Each course has a specific audience and problem statement to create clarity when it matters.


We create memorable, emotive and impactful experiences designed to trigger change. With comprehensive pre- and post- training surveys we help you to measure the impact of training

We continuously improve

We seek evidence and encourage feedback at every step, so that our solutions are always up to date and reflect leading practice.

Behavioural science based

We work with peer-reviewed research and quantitative and qualitative evidence to design and training that recognises individual preferences, needs and values.

Inclusivity leadership that drives change

We are a female-founded Australian management consulting start-up specialising in diversity, equity and inclusion strategy and training. With a focus on psychological safety and inclusive design, our vision is to change the way people think, talk and act on diversity, equity and inclusion so we don’t need to exist in 50 years.

Our small and growing team brings together expertise in the resources and technology sectors with education and high-performance sport leadership to bring truly diverse perspectives to problem solve for our clients.

As part of our commitment to inclusion we have intentionally designed our company to be equitable and inclusive from the outset. This means we get to work with great people with unique experiences and perspectives and our clients get access to innovative, quality and impactful results.

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Sans Prejudice Solutions x i=Change

We commit 10% of our annual profits to advancing inclusion, equity and diversity outcomes in Australia.

Our training process

1. Booking confirmation

We ask you to complete a short survey to understand more about your team/organisation. We provide you with a pre-course logistics checklist and a list of recommended venues to suit all budgets.

2. Participant survey

We ask participants to complete an anonymous survey so we can understand their current thoughts and behaviours.

3. Course delivery

We facilitate your semi-tailored course, leaving participants with key tools, takeaways and actions to implement.

4. Reflection and feedback

We encourage participant reflection to consolidate learning and request your feedback via survey so we can continue to grow.

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Closing the Gap Report 2020

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