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In the Workplace
Research estimates that 39% of the next workforce generation (Millennial and Gen Z) identify as Transgender or
Non-Binary. It's time to be proactive with employees and consumers, rather than reactive.
TRANSGENDER EMPLOYEES - Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace
Making your Business Safe and Affirmative for Transgender and Non-Binary Employees
While improving diversity knowledge is a required component of every business, the TGNB population is often left out of the conversation. With more and more individuals identifying as TGNB, exclusion from diversity conversations can have a deep impact on your business. Regardless of your company mission and client base, your employees deserve to feel more than “included”, they should be able to feel affirmed and safe. This half day training will help participants build and encourage gender diversity in their workplace and community, as well as identify key components of your business that are affecting the ability for your TGNB employees to feel affirmed and safe in the workplace.
TRANSGENDER CONSUMERS - A Customer Service Guide to Working with Transgender Consumers
Creating a Safe and Affirmative Experience for Transgender and Non-Binary Consumers
In any business your client equals your profit. It has been shown that the increase of TGNB consumers have grown tremendously within the last five years, thus, the discrimination and mistreatment of transgender and non-binary clients means loss of profit. This half day training provides insight and tools to help your business provide a safe, affirming and inclusive experience for your TGNB consumers as well as an introduction on how to market towards TGNB individuals and their loved ones.
TRANSGENDER IN THE MEDIA - Storytelling With a Transgender Narrative
Working on Getting Trans "Right" in the Media
At a time where emphasis is being put on telling transgender narratives in media, no outlet wants to be seen as doing it “wrong”. According to the New York Times, the transgender population is growing rapidly, with the majority of transgender individuals averaging between 18-25 years of age. These viewers and their peers will soon make up a large portion of media consumers and social media contributors. Transgender visibility and storytelling could make or break content’s success (i.e. the success of Euphoria and Pose vs the social media take down of the L Word and The Dallas Buyers Club). This training will help provide a guide to telling authentic transgender stories, and to help avoid content creators making the same mistakes that twitter and social media love to tear apart.