Consulting, Organizational & Training Services
City of Buffalo
Federal Aviation Administration
Central Intelligence Agency
Shell Oil - Nigeria
City of San Jose (Preferred vendors list)
Longmont City, Colorado
State Farm Insurance
City of Oceanside
W. W. Grainger, Inc.
Wright State University
San Diego State University
United States Coast Guard
Society of Human Resource Management
Arizona Minority Family Network
Jacobs Center for NonProfit Innovation
University of Redlands
City of Bayside
Organizational Consulting services offer assistance to
individuals and organizations.
CONSULTING SERVICES :
organizational change initiatives, such as Continuous
Improvement & Total Quality Management,
often compete with diversity initiatives for resources
and attention. We help organizations with these programs
because they are viewed as needing very similar consulting
services. We also help organizations insightfully combine
diversity initiatives with other change efforts. DTUI.com offers
a full range consulting services, including:
EEO Diversity Policy Development
Diversity Steering Committee Alignment
Managing Diversity Training
Executive Diversity Coaching
Human Capital Assessment
Cultural EQ Training & Assessment
Our four component cultural competence model influences our assessment, recommendations, and the content we deliver. Cultural competence is comprised of four components: Awareness, attitude, knowledge, and skills.
Examples of offerings across the areas include:
Awareness Component (Is it Something That I Said - Participants learn why diversity benefits them and the organization):
Awareness & sensitivity to group identity differences
Diversity, inclusion, and group identity
Unintentional bias and discrimination
Attitude Component (I’m Not Prejudice. Some of My Best Friends Are . . . - Participants learn how values and beliefs create barriers for inclusion):
The gap between our liberal ideals and our behavior towards differences
Am I cultural competence?
Knowledge Component Courses (Please Forgive Me, If This Doesn’t Come Out Right - Participants learn about cultural differences in values and beliefs as they relate to productivity, teamwork, work expectations, compensation, performance, etc.)
What is cultural competence?
Identity and group dynamics
Show a little respect for me
Equity & Inclusion
Skills Component Courses (I Know It Was a Stupid Thing to Do, But I Didn’t Mean Any Harm - Participants learn the skills needed to manage and work in a diverse organization):
Managing Diversity & Inclusion
How to facilitate difficult conversations about group differences
Coaching difficult employees
Professional Referrals. DTUI understands that training expenses are limited. One way to save on travel and lodging costs is to use local talent. DTUI.com is partnering with the Diversity Trainer & Professional Network (DTPN) to offer a referral service. DTPN has a database of referrals and categorize professionals according to certification. Some are DTUI certification program graduates, others have been certified elsewhere, and many are not certified.
We know that people of are busy. Offering access to our training that matches your needs enables DTUI.com to better serve you, which is our goal. Here are the formats we offer:
Coaching face-to-face for individual clients.
Coaching involving a combination of online education and telephone coaching.
Online courses for groups of participants.
Design and development of tailor-made online or face-to-face courses.
Training of trainers
Show a little Respect For Me Series
Sexual harassment & sexual attraction
Managing emotional responses to cultural differences (Knowledge & skills)
Managing Diversity I (Leading a productive diverse workplace)
Managing diversity II (Talent Management)
Going global I & II (Awareness-skills)
Many in culture; One in vision I, II, & III (Team building & alignment training for diverse groups; Awareness - Skills)
We know that language flexibility is critical for a global organization. To this end, DTUI offers training in several languages: English, Swedish, Spanish, French, Dutch, & German
e-Learning offers state-of-the-art, cost-effective and readily accessible training. The challenge is to utilize computer technology as much as possible for return on investment and increase educational outcomes. This is where DTUI.com comes in.
We provide you with high impact e-learning solutions to increase social and technical competence skills within your organization.
The courses are part of the Show a Little Respect for Me Series, but clients can choose the most suitable one:
Is it Something That I Said” – Cultural diversity Awareness (~55 minutes)
“I’m Not Prejudice. Some of My Best Friends Are . . .” – Attitude towards cultural differences (~ 55 minutes)
“Please Forgive Me, If This Doesn’t Come Out Right“ – Cultural diversity Knowledge (~ 55 minutes)
“I Know It Was a Stupid Thing to Do, But I Didn’t Mean Any Harm” – Cultural diversity Skills (~ 55 minutes)
Stop Being POLITE and Show That You CARE - Course is ideal for remediation and continuous learning.
Cultural Inclusive Performance Evaluation - This course provides well-tested techniques that even the novice manager will be able to use right away to effectively manage, mentor, and coach culturally diverse employees. Fill in the form below to check out the demo:
If you are seeking a basic cultural diversity awareness course, then Is it Something I Said or I’m Not Prejudice may suffice. If the organization or individual has had a basic course , the knowledge or skills course will offer the content they will find valuable.
Benefits of eLearning Format
Easy to access
Accommodates auditory, visual, and kinesthetic learning styles.
Can be tailored for individualized learning
Reduced publishing and distribution costs as Web-based training becomes a standard
Reduced overall cost
Reductions in time needed to learn materials.
YOUR ORGANIZATION'S OWN DIVERSITYPEDIA
You've certainly heard of Wikipedia. If not, you are missing out on the fifth most popular website in the world with 54 million+ visitors per month. Wikipedia is an only encyclopedia with close to two million articles about just about any topic you can think of. DTUI.com developed Diversitypedia as a specialized wiki site committed to providing articles on anything you can think of in terms of cultural diversity.
We are extending our services to develop a version specifically for your organization. Imagine a healthcare provider using Diversitypedia for just-in-time learning when cultural competence is needed to serve a patience. A recruitment officer can access Diversitypedia to get the most current articles on diversity recruitment. Culturally competent performance evaluation, talent management, and training approaches relevant to cultural diversity will be at the professional's fingertips. If your organization allows employees or members to submit content and edit existing content, the site will grow incredible and, MORE IMPORTANT, it will be a built-in knowledge generation and database resource. Plug up the brain drain.
Another important feature is the ability for users to describe who they are culturally and to comment on the quality of the content in discussion threads. This will provide rich materials for human resource officers, teachers, managers, and others who want to learn about subtle cultural differences. Contact us for more information.
Don't wait until cultural competency problems
lead to lawsuits or poor productivity. Mediate interpersonal
employee problems quickly. Using an expert can be useful
because the individual will not be objective and have a
set of tools to effectively support you in managing the
companies require MANDATORY diversity training for employees
who receive harassment complaints. Diversity coaching is
becoming a useful method because employees receive one-on-one
support in identifying problem behaviors and learning alternative
positive behaviors. Coaching proves to be a more powerful
safeguard against costly lawsuits and employee turnover.
Contact us today about this successful program.
coach is a skilled professional who can deal with both
diversity-related and other interpersonal management challenges.
We also employ 360 Feedback, Executive Skill, and Diversity
Awareness assessment tools in identifying individual client
focuses on a range of topics, including:
to a new workplace culture
two cultural competency coaching programs: mandatory and
companies require MANDATORY diversity training for employees
and managers who receive harassment complaints. Diversity
coaching is becoming useful method because employees receive
one-on-one support in identifying problem behaviors and
alternative positive behaviors. Coaching proves to be a
more powerful safeguard against costly lawsuits and employee
turnover. Contact us today about this successful program.
COACHING refers to using coaching to develop diversity management
programs before inevitable problems occur. Have you ever
wished that you had a personal consultant to help with a
challenging assignment? Perhaps you are new to diversity
training/consulting and need some expert advice about how
to get started and manage your diversity work. Maybe you
are seeking a personal coach/trainer for a one-on-one diversity
training program. Or you may need help getting motivated
in your work.
DTUI know that people have different diversity training
needs. Our personal coaching services are designed to help
you increase productivity and decrease job-related stress.
You will have one-on-one contact by telephone with a personal
coach well-suited to meet your needs.
coaching session provides the support professionals need
to increase personal effectiveness. You can be assured that
your coach is a skilled and experienced professional.
People are talking about us!
"I knew you were the best person for the job." Kim Goldenberg, MD, President & Professor Emeritus, Wright State University
"You are awesome!" Jane Baker, Senior Human Resource Officer, Qualcomm, Inc.
"DTUI certified our staff and assisted us in getting our diversity education program up and running!" Francine Small CDP, VP of Diversity and Inclusion, Cook Medical, Inc.
in DTUI Coaching Services? Contact us for more information
at firstname.lastname@example.org or (888) 288-1603.