Do you want to sharpen your management skills? Build teams where a broad range of people thrive? Join us for Inclusive Management Training.
Business management and culture expert Nicole Sanchez lectures on workplace diversity for UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and advises tech executives globally. For the first time publicly, she will share lessons from the frontlines of high-stakes workplace challenges.
In this two-part course, participants learn how to build strong, innovative teams using Inclusive Management Theory—highly effective management skills expressed through the lens of equity and inclusion.
Trainings are packed with management best practices set in real-life scenarios; interactive workshops; and tailored feedback that leaders can immediately implement with their own teams. Trainings are suited for novice and seasoned managers alike.
Inclusive Management Training is unlike typical management trainings. In a welcoming and candid environment, we:
Assess weaknesses in your existing management systems;
Rethink 1:1s, performance reviews and development plans;
Design inclusive communication strategies;
Evaluate the personnel decisions that make or break companies; and more.
Space is limited. Registration is now open for the two-part session.
For maximum organizational impact, we encourage groups of 3-4 managers from the same company to register.
Register before July 27 for early bird pricing.
About Nicole Sanchez
For nearly 25 years, Nicole Sanchez has served as a leading expert on diversity and inclusion. She has holistically transformed workplace culture for tech companies, Fortune 500 corporations and mission-driven organizations. Nicole is a lecturer at the University of California Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and advises companies globally. She is known for her extensive experience, historical knowledge, and keen eye for the future of technology. Previously, Nicole served as the VP of Social Impact at GitHub and as Managing Partner for the Kapor Center for Social Impact. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Stanford University and an MBA from the University of California Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. She serves on the boards of CODE2040 and EveryoneOn, and has received numerous awards for her work.