DIVERSITY, EQUITY, INCLUSION PROGRAMMING
Using storytelling and performance to educate on DEI issues, helping them to create more inclusive workplaces.
In recent years, diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) have become increasingly important in the workplace. A key aspect of DEI is understanding and supporting the 2SLGBTQ+ community. This community faces unique challenges and barriers that can impact their ability to participate in the workplace fully. That's why businesses need to prioritize 2SLGBTQ+ DEI training.
DEI training can help businesses create a more inclusive workplace culture where everyone feels valued and supported. By providing training on 2SLGBTQ+ issues, businesses can help their employees understand the unique challenges faced by 2SLGBTQ+ people and learn how to be better allies. This can lead to a more positive work environment, better employee retention, and improved business performance.
4 Reasons to choose Drag Academy's DEI Training Program
First, their approach to training is unique and engaging. By using storytelling and performance, they create a memorable and impactful learning experience that is both fun and informative. This can help to keep employees engaged and interested in the training, which can lead to better retention of the information being presented.
Drag Academy’s Diversity Panel features drag artists from RuPaul's Drag Race, Call Me Mother, and Camp Wannakiki. Our customizable program uses storytelling to discuss 2SLGBTQ+ DEI issues. Our drag panelists will share their personal experiences to provide unique insights into challenges faced by marginalized groups.