E-Learning: LGBT+ and Psychological Safety

Gina creates bespoke e-learning programmes for multinational corporations.

Designed and built in collaboration with your organisation for company-wide roll out to all employees.

These are in-depth E-learning programs designed to be offered alongside mandatory E&D training. Ideal for induction purposes and mandatory training.

With Stonewall Equality Index criteria in mind, you can be assured that your bespoke program will be packed full of best practice for LGBT+ inclusion; including trans and bi+ inclusion.

Gina specialises in Psychological Safety and LGBT+ e-learning programmes.

Bespoke E-Learning Programmes

All e-learning programmes are written bespoke for your organisation and will include:

Gina’s 5 Pillars of Psychological Safety. This content is unique to Gina. Her Intellectual Property is not available through any other training provider.

LGBT+ focused material, offering insights from Gina’s 10+ years of training multinational corporations. Gina is a queer woman and shares her unique LGBT+ experiences and anecdotes during the training.

More advanced training material will be provided for different groups in the organisation. For example, leaders will want to know more about the 5 Pillars of Psychological Safety. Managers will want to know how to support LGBT+ individuals in their team.

E-Learning Modules

You can choose a selection from the following topics, or have them all.

  • What is psychological safety?
  • Why is psychological safety important?
  • What do psychologically safe workplaces look like?
  • What affects your sense of safety in the workplace?
  • Privilege, stereotypes, assumptions, unconscious bias, micro-aggression and discrimination
  • Intersectionality: embracing identities
  • Introduction to Gina's 5 Pillars of Psychological Safety
  • Assess your current levels of psychological safety
  • Practical applications of the 5 Pillars of Psychological Safety
  • LGBTQ+ definitions and exploration of key terms
  • Introduction to privilege, stereotypes, assumptions, unconscious bias and discrimination
  • The biggest challenges LGBTQ+ people experience in the workplace
  • Practical strategies to support your LGBTQ+ colleagues in the workplace
  • How to be an LGBTQ+ ally
  • Introduction to your organisations LGBTQ+ policies/legislation
  • Definitions and exploration of key terms
  • Examples of homophobic, biphobic and transphobic discrimination, bullying and harassment
  • How to challenge phobic discrimination, bullying and harassment
  • How to report phobic discrimination, bullying and harassment
  • Bi+ definitions and exploration of key terms (for example: bisexual, pansexual, polysexual, omnisexual)
  • Introduction to your organisations bi+ policies/legislation
  • The challenges bi+ people face in the workplace
  • Examples of bi+ discrimination, bullying, harassment and biphobic behaviour
  • The importance of allies
  • How to be an ally to bi+ people
  • Definitions and exploration of key terms
  • Introduction to your organisations transgender policies/legislation
  • The Gender Recognition Act
  • The challenges transgender and non-binary people face in the workplace
  • The importance of allies
  • How to be an ally to trans people
  • How to be an ally to non-binary people
For frontline employees
  • LGBTQ+ definitions and exploration of key terms
  • Introduction to your organisations LGBTQ+ policies/legislation
  • Introduction to privilege, stereotypes, assumptions, unconscious bias and discrimination
  • How to eliminate discrimination and unconscious bias
  • Meeting the needs of your LGBQ+ service users and customers
  • Language: gender specific language considerations. Avoiding heterosexual bias in language. Outdated terms to avoid. Use of pronouns
  • Definitions and exploration of key terms
  • The different ways we express gender
  • How Gender Expression is different to Gender Identity
  • The difference between gender and sexuality
  • The biggest challenges people face when it comes to gender expression
  • Gender roles and stereotypes
  • Definitions and key terminology
  • The Equality Act
  • Protected characteristics
  • Intersectionality
  • Discrimination, harassment and victimisation
  • Practical examples
  • Your responsibilities
  • What is acceptable?
  • What is unacceptable?
  • What does D&I look like in reality?
  • Where to signpost people for help and support

Method Of Delivery

Interactive presentations, with quiz and reflection activities throughout.

Assessment of learning for each module.

Suggestions on how to present the information as an e-learning package, depending on the capabilities of your Learning Management System.

The materials will be handed over to your internal design/training team.

Gina will then work with your internal team to ensure the materials look fabulous on your Learning Management System.

E-Learning Options

Option 1

Includes:

  • Creation of bespoke content – with Gina’s Intellectual Property (5 Pillars, Authentic Self Process) and LGBT+ specific content
  • White labelling of all the e-learning content
  • The e-learning to be hosted on your organisations Learning Management System. This gives you the flexibility to roll the e-learning course out to new employees in future.
  • Company-wide roll out. No restriction on numbers if hosted on your own Learning Management System.

 

Option 2

Includes:

  • Creation of bespoke content – with Gina’s Intellectual Property (5 Pillars, Authentic Self Process) and LGBT+ specific content
  • The e-learning to be hosted on Gina Battye’s Learning Management System, with Gina's branding
  • Company-wide roll out to an agreed number of employees

Feedback

Gina is a force to be reckoned with in her field. Her work is still referenced by senior leaders and managers as the go to guide, towards creating a more inclusive and psychologically safe workplace for LGBTQ+ employees.

The 2 modules she created on psychological safety and LGBTQ + support in the workplace, together with time she spent with our executive team running sessions on inclusive leadership have been invaluable. We continue to use her modules as part of OSTC’s onboarding program.

Her passion, delivery and work ethic is admirable and inspiring.

 

Gina was tasked to deliver the content for two Diversity & Inclusion courses by our D&I Manager.

Gina was very eager to understand the process that would bring her material to life and how she could facilitate the building stage. She was very transparent about her methodology, was spot on with her delivery times (even submitted things earlier) and she worked very collaboratively and with a very positive energy with all parties involved. She quickly picked up the capabilities of the building tools and made sure to incorporate the appropriate elements in the content she was building.

I wish all Learning Designers get to experience working with such an energetic and professional person at some point - and if you're looking for someone with her expertise, look no further.

Your Contribution To Conservation

 

Gina is committed to reforestation. She plants trees for every project that she completes.

She aims to match the organisation she is working with, with the most suitable project (nationally or globally) and plants a number of trees to align with the size of each project.

Gina loves you to get involved in the decisions and obviously, if you would like to match fund the trees planted, that would be great and very welcome.

By planting trees, together we are working to reduce emissions, as well as open up new habitats for wildlife and ensure many more people like you will be able to create new memories with their friends and family in leafy green spaces in the future.

Training Information

Audience: Company Wide Roll Out

Course Type: E-Learning

Cost: £POA

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WHO IS GINA BATTYE?

Gina Battye Psychological Safety LGBT Training

Gina Battye is a world renowned Psychological Safety and LGBT inclusion consultant and trainer for multinational corporations, Fortune 500s, TV, film, radio and the global press.

Since Gina defined the 5 Pillars of Psychological Safety and the 3 Step Authentic Self Process, Gina has been inundated with Psychological Safety and LGBT training and consultancy requests from FTSE 100, Fortune 500s & multinational corporations in the US & the UK.

Gina's 5 Pillars are the foundations and building blocks being used around the world to create fully inclusive workplaces.

Gina's work has been featured widely in the media, including Sky News, BBC, Forbes, The Telegraph, BBC Three, The Times, Metro, The Sun, Psychologies, Cosmopolitan, Pink News, Vice, Gay Star News, Diva and Curve.

Creating breakthroughs globally for individuals, employees and organisations using the 5 Pillars of Psychological Safety and her Authentic Self Process; combining world class training with a heavy dose of hindsight, Gina changes lives.