The Rikleen Institute for Strategic Leadership offers customized training in areas critical to career success and leadership development. Topics include:
Developing Effective Multigenerational Teams
Baby-Boomers continue to have a strong presence in the workplace, Millennials are still the focus of unfair stereotypes, the post-Millennial generation will soon be starting their careers in increasing numbers, and Gen X is now in the challenging role of managing these multigenerational teams. Lauren’s training programs draw on her ground-breaking book, You Raised Us, Now Work With Us: Millennials, Career Success and Building Strong Workplace Teams, as well as her continued research on generational issues affecting all ages. She provides concrete tools to help workplaces separate generational myths from reality, bridge the communications gap, and develop effective strategies to ensure successful cross-generational teamwork and promote continued institutional excellence. Training programs can be customized for audiences of separate generations or for inter-generational groups.
Developing a Diverse, Respectful, and Inclusive Workplace Culture
To develop a diverse workplace, organizations must also focus on creating a culture of respect and inclusion. When done successfully, the beneficial result will be a more diverse work environment.
Effective diversity and inclusion training requires a comprehensive and research-based approach that helps organizations understand the range of strategies needed to develop a thriving workplace culture. This includes providing a deeper understanding of the ways in which unconscious biases can disadvantage others, particularly in the assignment, evaluation, and promotion processes.
The Rikleen Institute offers an accessible, nuanced, interactive, and enjoyable approach that helps attendees appreciate that everyone has a role to play in creating an inclusive climate that embraces diversity and treats all with respect.
Bystander Intervention Training
As workplaces seek to improve programs and policies that address sexual harassment and misconduct, it is important to include training for bystanders, who also are victims of negative behaviors at work. Bystanders fear that their efforts to intervene will result in retaliation, worry that they will also become a target, and may be concerned for their safety. Lauren has developed an interactive curriculum to help employers and employees understand and address these dynamics, offering specific strategies for safe intervention.
To learn more about the workshops of the Rikleen Institute, please contact Lauren directly at LRikleen@RikleenInstitute.com.