Summarizing Inclusiveness Training Program Decisions
This worksheet was created by The Denver Foundation's Inclusiveness Project (http://www.nonprofitinclusiveness.org/) to support organizations doing inclusiveness work.
- Answer the following questions.
- Remember, inclusiveness training is a dynamic process, so don't assume that the answers you record today will be the final say on this matter.
- Consider this exercise an opportunity to capture the sentiment of the Inclusiveness Committee today and to start you on a path to inclusiveness training that is appropriate for your organization.
- You will review these decisions with your training consultant (whether that person is paid or volunteers) and together negotiate a final determination on approach, format, timing, and who will participate.
What approach to inclusiveness training will initially work best for your organization? (Refer to your selections in Selecting a Training Approach That is Right for Your Organization)
Who will participate in the training? Will the participants be trained together and/or separately?
When will you engage in inclusiveness training, before and/or during the development of the inclusiveness blueprint?
How much money do you have for hiring an inclusiveness trainer, if any?
Name of Organization __________________________________________
Date Worksheet Completed _________
- Step 1: Creating Structure
- Step 2: Consultants/Training
- Why Hire a Consultant?
- Role of Consultant
- Qualifications of Consultant
- Budgeting for a Consultant
- Hiring Process
- What Is Inclusiveness Training?
- Who Does and How Much?
- Who Should Participate?
- When To Do?
- Training Approaches
- Training Goals
- Training Dynamics
- Training Format
- Step 3: Making the Case
- Step 4: Gathering Info
- Step 5: Creating a Blueprint
- Step 6: Implementing the Blueprint
- Sample Documents
- Next Steps for Your Organization