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Small Actions, Massive Impact

Welcome to the Small Actions, Massive Impact course!

Dive into a comprehensive introduction to understanding micro-aggressions, their impact and what you can do to address them. This course is designed to supercharge your understanding of the importance of allyship when addressing inappropriate behaviour in the workplace, including those more subtle aspects that are not always obvious.
Crafted to ensure you’re up to speed with all the necessary information in less than 2 hours, this course will enable you to address issues arising from micro-aggressions including using a clear framework for stepping up as an active bystander. By the end, you’ll understand how to recognise and address micro-aggressions and be able to act as a genuine ally for targeted people

Course Details

Instructor

Jill Scott

Level

Beginner

Duration

2 Hours

Type

Self Guided

About this course

This course will navigate you through the definition of micro-aggressions, ensuring that you’re clear about the numerous forms that they take and the people who are impacted. You’ll appreciate the challenges that targets face and why allyship is so important in addressing this type of behaviour.

You’ll have both the confidence and competence to employ key strategies as an ally and an active bystander to fully participate in creating an inclusive and equitable workplace culture.

Benefits

  • Understand what is meant by the term “micro-aggressions”
  • Give specific examples of micro-aggressions
  • Demonstrate a greater understanding and awareness of the impact of micro-aggressions on other people.
  • Reflect upon your own behaviour and recognise when you may have been responsible for micro-aggressions, perhaps without realising it.
  • Implement ways to address micro-aggressions and support those of your colleagues who may have experienced such behaviours.
  • Boost your confidence and skills in challenging micro-aggressions and other forms of inappropriate behaviour by being an active bystander.

Audience

  • Senior leaders who want to be clear about what micro-aggressions are and why they are so damaging to workplace culture.
  • Line managers who want to create harmonious teams that work well with diversity.
  • HR and EDI staff keen to implement and maintain inclusion within their own organisation.
  • Anyone who believes that treating people fairly and equitably is important, and who would like to know more about how to do this effectively by understanding the subtle forms of discrimination and bias in the workplace

Your Instructor

Jill Scott

With a career spanning over 35 years, Jill has worked for a number of higher education institutions advising them on a number of key initiatives, and leading on projects including Dignity at Work, Athena Swan and Race Equality Charter submissions.

Her expert knowledge and understanding of inclusion topics led to increased demand for bespoke training across a wide range of businesses. Since 2006, Jill has delivered bespoke training to companies in topics specialising in issues around race and gender equality, unconscious and implicit bias, and issues around workplace bullying and harassment.

Course Overview

Embark on a journey that empowers you to harness the advantages of understanding and addressing micro-aggressions. This course gives you all the tools you need to understand, create and manage a diverse and inclusive workplace environment.

Course Curriculum

Part One

  • Welcome to the course!
    00:00
  • Lesson 1: Introduction
    02:16
  • Section 2: Understanding Micro-aggressions
    08:11
  • Section 3: Examples of Micro-aggressions
    07:51
  • Section 4: What’s the Impact?
    04:58
  • Section 5: Allyship
    08:47
  • Quiz for Part One

Part Two