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Diversity & Inclusion Training Game

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Interactive &Fun

Diversity & Inclusion Training Game is an engaging peer-2-peer learning game that raises awareness and helps make D&I more tangible.

Customizable

The game can be tailored to embed your learning points. Choose from our standard topics or add your own. We offer various levels of of customization.

Virtual or In-person

The game is run online, in small groups. The technology fits with any meeting format. Choose to run fully remote, on-site or as a hybrid event.

Interactive &Fun

Team-based game for maximum Engagement and Collaboration

Customized

Always tailored to your organization’s needs.

Virtual or In-person

The game is run online and fits with any meeting format.

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About the game

Diversity & Inclusion Training Game is a fun and engaging way of helping staff understand the importance of a diverse and inclusive culture. The game is played online, typically as part of a training session.

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How it works

The game is run online in small groups of 3-6 people. It can be delivered virtually on Zoom/Teams etc or in-person. The game takes around one hour.

There is no need for a game host or facilitator.

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Gamemechanics & mission types

The Diversity Training game is designed with blended learning in mind. We mix dilemmas and group discussions with collaborative challenges and photo missions to provide a great learning experience.

If you’re looking for a more gamified approach, we also offer a story-based game called the

Game flow and content

The game starts off with a team icebreaker to help participants get to know each other. This is followed by an introduction to what Diversity and Inclusion is, and how it links to your business. The introduction also includes a fun Unconscious Bias challenge.

After the introduction, teams deep dive into a number of topics (of your choice). We use a mix of group discussions, dilemmas, challenges and company facts to drive engagement and facilitate learning.

At the end of the game, we ask a series of questions to collect data for the (optional) debrief.

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Topics

A typical one hour game covers an introduction to D&I and 4-6 topics. You can choose from our standard topics below or add your own. Some examples:
– Gender equality
– Cultural differences
– Sexual orientation
– Working Remotely / Distributed teams
– Physical disabilities
– Ageism
– Mental health
– Family situation
– Neurodiversity

Customization options

Our game design team will customize the game content so it suits your training needs. Depending on how much proprietary content you have, you can choose to make smaller adaptions to our template game or customize the entire experience.

We also help adapt the look and feel of the game for an on-brand experience and can help with translations for global roll-outs. The design process typically takes 1-4 weeks.

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Diversity & Inclusion Case Studies

Diversity & Inclusion Escape Room Game

An iconic European sports car manufacturer sought to transform its D&I training, creating a digital peer-to-peer learning experience for small groups. The game would be incorporated into onboarding events for new starters right across the international business, delivering the company’s D&I strategy in a more engaging and interactive way.

Based on our Virtual Escape Room format, we designed a customized team-based game experience that incorporated the client’s content into into the narrative. The game included branded audio and video missions and was translated to open up the challenge to international teams, with a global leaderboard stimulating competition.

Diversity in the Workplace Training

Hickory Point Bank, a community bank in Illinois, wanted to create more awareness around Diversity & Inclusion, to be delivered as engaging training sessions during their quarterly meetings.

We designed a customized, 45 minute D&I game covering on the following topics: Gender Equality, Age, Family Situation, Physical Disabilities and Gender Identity. The game was played online in small teams, followed by a joint a 15 minute debrief session using the data collected in the game.

‘It went great today! The team loved it and loved how interactive it was. Many of them told me it created great conversations that they wish they would have had more time to explore. It was excellent and our CEO enjoyed it as well.’ 😊 –Elisse Nibbelin, Human Resources Director

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Escape Room Game

In partnership with the agency Rockitfish, we devised an Employee Engagement activity for a global Skills Development client, based around EDI (Equality, Diversity and Inclusion). In the game, a disgruntled employee had infiltrated the company’s system and locked down the files. To release them, his former colleagues had to prove that they understood the importance of equality, diversity and inclusion.

Coined the ‘Diversity Challenge’, this classic ‘Escape Room’ style game asked groups to solve puzzles and unravel clues. All tasks, as well as being fun and engaging, were tailored to EDI.Read more here

‘The group activity was a huge success with the HR team – it definitely fuelled our competitive spirit, and truly brought EDI to life. Well done on providing such an engaging activity’ –Head of HR Professional Services

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Tech requirements and delivery formats

Played online

Diversity & Inclusion Training Game is played online in groups of 3-6 people, typically as part of a training session.

Online access

Our DEI Training Games are run online – all you need is a computer with a browser and an Internet connection.

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Game length

Diversity & Inclusion Training Game takes around 60 minutes but can be adapted to fit with your agenda.

Delivery and meeting formats

Our technology works with any type of meeting format. Choose to run it remotely on Zoom/Teams, as a hybrid event or in-person. If you are a global company, you can even run the games simultaneously across multiple countries!

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Introduction to features |How it works | Customization options

Why choose us for your Diversity Training?

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Engagement is our core

Everything we do is designed to be engaging and user friendly.

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Fully tailored to your needs

We always help our clients design a programme that matches their needs.

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Years of insights

Having engaged more than 1,000,000 participants, we know what works and what doesn’t.

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Proprietary Technology

All our tech is developed in-house, and designed for one specific purpose – to enable you to onboard new staff in the best possible way.

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Data & Analytics

Our dashboards let you follow progress in real time. Track participation rates, engagement levels, and compare stats across countries, divisions, teams, functions etc.

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Personal support and training

Our staff will do their utmost to help you succeed. Either on the ground to help out with onboarding days, or remotely to support your self-delivery.

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FAQs

What are the lead times to design a game?

Between 1-4 weeks.

Can we run everything self managed?

Yes, the games are accessed online.

Do you have any references?

Yes, we have helped many companies across the world with Culture Change.

What is the pricing structure?

We charge a fixed setup fee plus a variable fee per participant.

Is there a minimum number of participants?

No, but we have a minimum cost to design the game.

What technology is used?

The game is run online so all you need is a computer with an Internet access.

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FAQs

What to get out of diversity and inclusion training? ›

Diversity and Inclusion training helps to:
  • Enhance awareness and understanding of the value of an inclusive workforce/meeting the needs of diverse service users and clients.
  • Enhanced engagement of staff and volunteer teams.
  • Enhance knowledge of good diversity and inclusion practice in the workplace.

How do you include diversity and inclusion in training? ›

How to make your diversity training successful
  1. Develop an understanding of diversity and inclusion training. ...
  2. Extend and maintain diversity and inclusion training over time. ...
  3. Tailor diversity and inclusion training to your company. ...
  4. Plan an integrated approach. ...
  5. Include workers of all levels. ...
  6. Hire an expert.
Feb 21, 2023

What is the main goal of diversity training? ›

A diversity training program aims to boost participants' awareness about different types of diversity, appreciating differences among co-workers, and provide knowledge and strategies to enhance employees' interpersonal and communication skills across diversity to help build a positive work environment.

What are the desired outcomes from DEI training? ›

The ultimate goal of effective DEI training is to create a more inclusive culture where everyone can be their true selves and be heard. An equitable workplace is a culture that is psychologically safe, and where no person's voice is marginalized.

How do you prepare for diversity training? ›

How to create effective diversity training
  1. Create common goals: Common goals create common bonds. ...
  2. Confront unconscious bias: Everyone has unconscious biases that originates in the brain – the amygdala, to be precise. ...
  3. Focus on inclusion: Inclusion goes beyond just hiring for diversity.

What are some examples of diversity and inclusion? ›

Hiring people from different backgrounds. Providing opportunities for professional development, mentorship, training, and growth opportunities for employees from marginalized communities. Creating a safe space where everyone can feel comfortable participating in conversations about their identity.

How do you write a good diversity and inclusion statement? ›

Writing an Effective Diversity Statement
  1. Give examples of a candidate's past contributions to diversity.
  2. Demonstrate an understanding of the particular diversity and equity related issues and needs in a candidate's field, or in higher education more generally.

What is the value of diversity training? ›

Successful diversity training enables employees to become more comfortable with concepts such as unconscious bias at work and cultural competency. When employees become more familiar with these ideas, they can begin to identify how these concepts show up in real-world situations.

What are KPIs in diversity? ›

Why measure KPIs for Diversity and Inclusion? KPIs are simply quantifiable metrics that organizations use to track their progress toward specific goals. They help organizations to measure the effectiveness of their efforts, identify trends and patterns, and make data-driven decisions.

How do you demonstrate valuing diversity? ›

Top 10 ways employers can demonstrate commitment to diversity and inclusion
  1. Be open about gender pay inequality/equality. ...
  2. Be aware of unconscious bias. ...
  3. Acknowledge religious and cultural holidays. ...
  4. Encourage frequent employee feedback. ...
  5. Be aware of ageism and strive for a multigenerational workforce.

What are the 4 types of diversity? ›

Broadly speaking, there are four types of diversity: internal, external, organizational, and worldview.

What is an example of diversity training? ›

Awareness training is one of the most effective types of diversity training. We believe every company leader must learn the skill of diversifying their workforce. Awareness training is nothing but a training session where employees know about various people from multiple backgrounds.

What is the most accurate way to evaluate a training program? ›

The best way to evaluate any change in learning is through assessment before and after the training. Conduct a pretest before and a posttest after your training and then compare the results. Considerations: The test can include a demonstration to assess skill in addition to knowledge, if needed.

How can I make my training more inclusive? ›

3 Ways to Make Training More Inclusive
  1. Use Different Types of Content. Presenting information in different ways is an essential part of any inclusive training program. ...
  2. Allow People to Learn in Their Own Time. ...
  3. Ask for Input and Implement Feedback.
Aug 25, 2022

How often should diversity training take place? ›

This training is generally given to all employees annually. When it comes to diversity training, there is no set number of times that diversity training should occur. Instead, employers must make that decision themselves.

How do you measure the success of a DEI training? ›

How to measure DEI success
  1. Demographics of your talent pipeline across hiring stages.
  2. Demographics of new hires.
  3. Demographics of all employees.
  4. Demographic diversity across levels of your org.
  5. Language change (problematic phrase usage, gender tone, age appeal, etc.)
  6. DEI training/programming participation.
  7. Pay equity.
Mar 28, 2023

What are DEI goals examples? ›

Goal: Promote diversity and inclusion in my workplace. Goal met by: Promote the development and advancement of underrepresented groups in my team through professional development courses and trainings. Goal: Actively create a productive work environment within my team that is free of harassment and bullying.

What is the impact of diversity training? ›

It helps companies attract top talent, build stronger teams and improve organizational effectiveness. With the right D&I vision, corporate leaders can help make their organizations a more welcoming place for people across a broader spectrum of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender and socio-economic backgrounds.

What is the most common type of diversity training? ›

Awareness Training

Mindfulness or awareness training is one of the most effective types of diversity training. This type of training is where workers know about colorful people from multiple backgrounds.

How do you teach diversity in a fun way? ›

Five Activities for Teaching Diversity in the Classroom
  1. Create a Cultural Passport. ...
  2. Explore Diverse Literature, Art, and Music. ...
  3. Visit Your Library. ...
  4. Start an Open Dialogue. ...
  5. Build Connections with Other Students.
Jun 27, 2022

What are the three approaches to diversity training? ›

Increase the capacity of diverse individuals to interact in a manner that actualizes the benefits of diversity.
  • Educate and train.
  • Motivate.
  • Engage and discuss.
  • Empower and ally.
Oct 3, 2017

What is 1 example of diversity? ›

Examples of internal diversity include race, ethnicity, age, nation of origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, or physical ability.

What are the 3 main characteristics of diversity? ›

All three types shape identity — or rather, identities. Demographic diversity is tied to our identities of origin — characteristics that classify us at birth and that we will carry around for the rest of our lives. Experiential diversity is based on life experiences that shape our emotional universe.

What is diversity and list five 5 examples? ›

Diversity refers to the inclusion of a wide range of people from different backgrounds. Examples of diversity include gender, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic, age, cultural, religious, and political diversity. Today, diversity is highly valued because it strengthens social groups.

What is diversity and inclusion in one sentence? ›

Diversity and inclusion are interconnected concepts that refer to the variety of unique individuals that make up a group of people and the environment that allows them to work together as equally valued contributors.

What not to say in diversity statement? ›

Try not to take credit for things that are others' work or experiences. For example, candidates sometimes will say: “My department is the most diverse department in the country.” That is the work of your department.

What are the core values of diversity and inclusion? ›

To embed diversity as a core value, organizations should respect and appreciate differences in age, gender, ethnicity, education, physical abilities, race, and religion among individuals.

Does diversity training make a difference? ›

Diversity training strongly enhances people's knowledge about other groups. It also affects people's beliefs and how they behave towards others, but this effect fades over time.

Why diversity training should be mandatory? ›

Employees who get effective diversity training become more familiar with ideas like implicit bias at the workplace and cultural competency. Employees can learn to recognize how these concepts appear in real-world situations as they get more familiar with them.

What is the key value of diversity? ›

Diversity is about empowering people by respecting and appreciating what makes them different, in terms of age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability, education, religion, and how we think.

How do you create a diversity scorecard? ›

How to create a diversity scorecard
  1. Determine who is underrepresented within your organization. ...
  2. Understand why your organization wants to foster diversity and inclusion. ...
  3. Establish goals to promote overall equity within your organization. ...
  4. Create an easy-to-read scorecard with goals and benchmarks.
Apr 20, 2023

What are the 3 performance indicators? ›

These types of indicators include: employee engagement, satisfaction and turnover.

What are the top 5 KPIs you would track and why? ›

The Most Important KPIs to Track
  • Sales Growth. There is no surprise that sales growth is seen as one of, if not, the most important KPIs for marketing managers and businesses in general. ...
  • Leads. ...
  • Return on Investment (ROI) ...
  • Lifetime Value of a Customer (LTV) ...
  • Customer Acquisition Cost (CAC) ...
  • Conversion Rate.
Jan 18, 2023

How do you answer diversity questions? ›

When asked a question about diversity, discuss your direct experiences with people of different cultures. Refrain from saying you don't see color. Instead, explain the value of honoring diverse cultures and learning from others. If you are sincere in your answers to diversity questions, your true character will shine.

What are the four principles of inclusion? ›

Integrate the Four Key Principles of Inclusive Education in All Programs. The following guiding principles—equity, safety, leadership and empowerment and do no harm—should be reflected in all efforts to address disability inclusive education, much like they are for integrating gender into education programming. Equity.

How do you value diversity in a team? ›

Ways to support diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace
  1. Be aware of unconscious bias. ...
  2. Communicate the importance of managing bias. ...
  3. Promote pay equity. ...
  4. Develop a strategic training program. ...
  5. Acknowledge holidays of all cultures. ...
  6. Make it easy for your people to participate in employee resource groups. ...
  7. Mix up your teams.
Jun 21, 2022

What are the three C's of diversity? ›

By being curious, courageous, and committed individuals, we inspire our teams to become more welcoming and inclusive. These three C's provide the toolset necessary for creating a culture of belonging and expanding diversity within the workforce.

What are the 4 C's of cultural diversity? ›

Creativity – Culture – Contemplation yield Community.

What are the 7 pillars of diversity? ›

The seven pillars are:
  • Access.
  • Attitude.
  • Choice.
  • Partnerships.
  • Communication.
  • Policy.
  • Opportunities.

What are 3 examples of workplace diversity? ›

Types of diversity in the workplace
  • Race. Race is, as defined by the NIH, a “social construct used to group people” based on their “physical appearance, social factors and cultural backgrounds.” ...
  • Ethnicity. ...
  • Gender. ...
  • Physical/Mental Abilities. ...
  • Age. ...
  • Sexual Orientation.
Sep 26, 2022

What are the big 8 of diversity? ›

Examples of social identity include age, ability, ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and religion. These are the 'big 8' social identities.

What are examples of inclusion? ›

Examples of inclusive behaviors in the workplace
  • Respect and appreciate all team member's backgrounds and cultural values. ...
  • Organize team building activities. ...
  • Prioritize the participation of all workers in company-wide celebrations. ...
  • Foster a culture with authentic greetings. ...
  • Equal access to resources.
Oct 13, 2022

What are 6 examples of diversity? ›

Here's a breakdown of these forms of diversity:
  • Cultural diversity. This type of diversity is related to each person's ethnicity and it's usually the set of norms we get from the society we were raised in or our family's values. ...
  • Race diversity. ...
  • Religious diversity. ...
  • Age diversity. ...
  • Sex / Gender / Sexual orientation. ...
  • Disability.

What is diversity activities? ›

Diversity activities are a way to cultivate solidarity among a group of people who may not (at first) have anything in common and foster a sense of community in the workplace.

What are diversity skills? ›

Diversity skills – the ability to recognize, appreciate and live, without bias, in a society full of diversity – are of ever-increasing importance both at the workplace as well as in daily life.

What does diversity and inclusion teach you? ›

Diversity and inclusion improve teaching and learning. People learn and enrich their abilities to think critically and creatively as they engage in conversations across difference, especially when all learners' abilities and attributes and embraced.

Why is diversity and inclusion training important? ›

Diversity training is an important step in achieving that goal. Training helps employees become more aware of unconscious bias and other barriers to diversity and inclusion, and motivates positive behaviors and attitudes – essential for creating and maintaining a respectful, inclusive workplace.

What do you learn from equality and diversity training? ›

Equality & Diversity Training teaches employees how to operate appropriately amongst an equal and diverse workforce. It includes anti-discriminatory practices as well as how to report inappropriate or offensive behaviour.

What does diversity and inclusion mean to you answers? ›

I believe that diversity means representation across a wide range of traits, backgrounds, and experiences. When we can connect and engage with coworkers with different perspectives than our own, we can more successfully achieve our overall goals. Inclusion refers to a sense of belonging in any environment.

What are benefits of diversity? ›

Diversity increases innovation, creativity and strategic thinking because teams of people who come from different backgrounds can draw upon their unique experiences and a wider range of knowledge to spark new, innovative ideas.

What does diversity and inclusion mean in everyday life? ›

In a nutshell, it's about empowering people by respecting and appreciating what makes them different, in terms of age, gender, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual orientation, education, and national origin.

Which is a benefit of diversity training? ›

Successful diversity training enables employees to become more comfortable with concepts such as unconscious bias at work and cultural competency. When employees become more familiar with these ideas, they can begin to identify how these concepts show up in real-world situations.

What is the purpose of inclusion training? ›

Inclusiveness training helps participants understand more about historical inequities related to ethnicity and race, how culture can affect the workplace environment, and help organizations become more open to greater participation of marginalized individuals at all levels of the firm.

How does diversity strengthen a team? ›

A diverse team can come up with new and innovative ideas that would not be possible if everyone was the same. This is because different perspectives often result in better decisions. Additionally, diversity helps people feel comfortable voicing their opinions. This in turn leads to a more productive team environment.

How do we learn about diversity answer? ›

When asked a question about diversity, discuss your direct experiences with people of different cultures. Refrain from saying you don't see color. Instead, explain the value of honoring diverse cultures and learning from others. If you are sincere in your answers to diversity questions, your true character will shine.

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