Programs: Diversity Done Right
LINCS' commitment to non-profit management excellence is evident in its continued development of Diversity Done Right (DDR), a consulting firm specializing in diversity training, using BiasHELP, A Division of LINCS's Mirror Images DVD series as its centerpiece. In the short time since its inception, Diversity Done Right has already trained more than 300 professionals from non-profit organizations, hospitals, colleges and universities, government agencies, small businesses and large corporations across the United States. These programs are participant centered, unifying and designed to achieve measurable results as they focus on issues of race, religion, ethnicity and sexual orientation.
Diversity Done Right maintains the exclusive right to conduct train-the-trainer trainings using the Mirror Images video series. The trainings are professionally facilitated by DDR consultants and generally run for 1 1/2 days. Each participant receives the video series, a discussion guide and a comprehensive training manual.
Diversity Done Right builds on LINCS' key strengths, leverages our assets, and meets a pressing community need. Our extensive training experience, knowledge base and record of service to communities most often impacted by discrimination, along with our wide-reaching network of professional educators situate LINCS well to make significant contributions in this arena. Diversity Done Right's approach to diversity education rejects the divisive, political and counterproductive exercises of the past in favor of a comprehensive multimedia experience designed to probe without preaching, teach without guilt and change attitudes and behaviors without resentment. Organizations searching for a new approach to what had become a dreaded topic have embraced our innovative model, enhancing employee morale and reducing their litigation risks.
We are enthusiastic about extending the national reach of our professional trainings, expanding our base of certified trainers, and further developing our program evaluations in 2007. For more information visit http://www.diversitydoneright.com.