In an effort to be responsive to broader campus needs for capacity building around Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion goals at Berkeley, People and Culture has contracted professional expert Bryant Smith, to work with a range of departments/units at Berkeley to support their goals related to DEIB.
1. Coaching and Consultation (1-on-1 or for a small group)
(a) Ideal for individuals or groups who have DEIB responsibilities within their portfolio. (i.e. Offer insight, recommendations, and resources to inform planning, prioritization, and practices)
(b) Ideal for individuals or groups seeking feedback and insight around previous and/or current DEIB efforts. (i.e. Reviewing planning documents, surveys, climate reports, department websites & communications, etc.)
2. Intercultural Development Inventory (3 session process)
(a) The Intercultural Development Inventory® (IDI®) is the premier, cross-cultural assessment of intercultural competence that is used by thousands of individuals and organizations to build intercultural competence to achieve international and domestic diversity and inclusion goals and outcomes.
3. Training or Workshop (At least 2 hours needed)
(a) There are a variety of facilitated workshops, training, and activities partners can engage in depending on needs. Below are examples of topics:
- Managing Across The Gaps, Understanding Today’s Workforce - Employers, educators, and service providers are faced with a new dilemma. We are now living in a time whereby in order to provide services to clients you may now have to work with four people across possibly four or five generations.
- The Franchised Employee Symposium - This experience is designed to shift the company management paradigm in how we manage, evaluate, sustain and grow an agency or organization utilizing a strategic franchise relationship model.
- Shades, Glasses & Contacts: Beyond 20/20 Vision - This is a multimedia experience whereby attendees will examine race through several different lenses with the goal of changing how we see, engage, understand, promote and respond to being racialized.