We bring a wide range of perspectives to the workplace. DEIA gives voice and authority to the multiplicity of perspectives to create stronger, more engaged workplace cultures.
The old professional paradigm said 'leave what is personal at the door'. De-facto this meant that the world view, assumptions, and preferences of a predominantly White, male, able-bodied, middle-aged, middle-class, heterosexual, Christian-based value and identity set was what was embedded in the concept of "professional."
The old paradigm is shifting quickly to serious and vulnerable engagement with differences in age, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ability sets, and power structures.
DEIA goes well beyond EEO compliance. Many people will leave or remain only partially engaged or disengaged if they do not feel that they personally matter in the organization. To create team and organizational synergies, everyone needs to be heard, respected, and honored.
We help you navigate DEIA territory to increase respect, trust, and engagement.
Reframed Reality is happy to partner with Farzin Farzad of Critical Equity Consulting, an innovative DEIA thought leader and practitioner, in consulting and training.
We design and implement strategies to:
Trainings to reframe perspective include:
Creating an ongoing discussion forum is an effective follow up to training. Reframed Reality creates the safe space for constructive dialogue. Eliyahu brings years of experience facilitating group conversations on trauma, race, ethnicity, and gender orientation in multicultural settings. Facilitated conversations promote mutual respect and trust, and stronger team synergy. Reframed Reality can directly facilitate or train the staff you select to facilitate.
Eliyahu makes unconscious White bias conscious to those who could be more aware of the presence and effects of bias. Speaking from the depth of his heart, with passion, humor, truth, encouragement and inspiration, Eliyahu dynamically weaves the smallest of personal events to the largest themes of systemic disenfranchisements and justice, and makes it all relevant to how participants show up the next day in the workplace.