Leave yesterday’s training in the past.
Tired of leaving training sessions bored and unprepared? Tired of attending training steeped in guilt, shame, and blame without real-life applicable tools or assistance on “what’s next”? Well, don’t you think it’s time for a little R&R?
“Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field. I’ll meet you there”Rumi
The work of diversity, equity, and inclusion take commitment. The last thing organizations need is one more check-the-box training that doesn’t consider the needs, desires, and goals of the organization to assist in creating sustainable-equitable environments. Our training provides the information, tools, and understanding necessary to do the work. The comfort we provide in uncomfortable situations opens up a space for clients to be deeply reflective instead of simply compliant.
Training for Corporations
We keep employee retention at the forefront of the professional learning opportunities that we offer for our corporations and organizations. As Equity Concierges, we acknowledge the fact that quality professional development makes employees feel valued, and in turn be more productive. We pride ourselves on making our participants feel more confident and enthusiastic about the work.
Bootcamp for Educators Packages
It’s not easy being an educator in today’s society. R&R Equity Concierges know all about it. We keep teacher retention and student success at the forefront of the professional learning opportunities that we offer. Our professional development sessions, boot camps, and or retreats are specially designed to make educators feel valued, more confident, and enthusiastic about the work.
On-Demand Leadership and Self Development
We believe that the most sustainable professional development is one where people can show up as themselves as they learn. Our personal development coaching options allow people to move from employee to leader, from single-income to multiple streams of income, from second-guessing to confident in who they are, and or empowers them to make the Audacious Ask.
“It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences.“