Support LGBT Employees In The Workplace

This training aims to provide the knowledge and tools managers need to support LGBT employees in the workplace.

Managers are on the front line, dealing with employees.

They need to know how to effectively deal with LGBT+ related issues, questions and unconscious bias.

They need to know the right language to use, understand the issues LGBT+ individuals face and be empowered to challenge inappropriate behaviour.

Critically, it will give managers the confidence to have conversations with employees about being LGBT+, the issues the community face and what they can do to support colleagues in the workplace.

Training Content

  • LGBT+ definitions and exploration of key terms
  • Practical guidance on how to support and meet the needs of your LGBT+ employees in the workplace and facilitate discussions around LGBT+ issues in the workplace
  • How to be an LGBT+ ally
  • The biggest challenges LGBT+ individuals face in the workplace
  • How to positively challenge homophobic, biphobic, transphobic and interphobic language and behaviour when dealing with clients, customers or service users

Training Information

Audience: Managers, HR Teams, Internal Networks, All Employees

Course Type: Face-to-Face Or Live Online Delivery

Format: Lecture with Q&A

Duration: 2 hours

Maximum Participants For F2F: 15

Cost: £2,000

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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.