Gain a Mentor & Join the Team!

Executive, HR, and diversity professionals, do you want to create a more LGBTQ inclusive workplace, but aren’t sure where to start? Look no further! The LGBTQ A-Z Certification can help, and provide the solutions you desire within four weeks.

If you’re reading this post, you most likely are seeking support that makes it easy for you to engage LGBTQ talent, markets, and suppliers in meaningful ways, comply with existing non-discrimination laws, and implement workplace policies that attract top talent and new customers. On top of that, you want solutions that won’t break the bank.

During your quest to find these solutions, you may have asked yourself the following questions:

·      Why is it so hard to engage LGBTQ talent, attract LGBTQ markets, and find LGBTQ suppliers?

·      There’s so much to do, where do I start, and who can I turn to?

·      Where can I find solutions that don’t overwhelm me, consuming time I don’t have?

The LGBTQ A-Z Certification is a proven four-week mentorship program that provides the results you seek. In fact, it offers everything you need to lead on LGBTQ equity, diversity, and inclusion in the workplace, engage talent, and access new markets with confidence and expertise.

When you enroll you will:

·      Set your own learning pace and track your progress

·      Gain four weeks of direct access to Rhodes Perry throughout the program

·      Learn from fellow HR & diversity professionals on weekly coaching calls

·      Understand how to apply proven strategies to achieve your goals

·      Gain a mentor, join a team, and grow a community

When you begin The LGBTQ A-Z Certification program, you’ll most likely experience moments where you feel stuck or uncertain about how to proceed. Never fear! Those moments are the growing pains associated with the learning process.

The most common pain points you’ll encounter during the program include…

·      Pivoting from “why” this work is important to the “how” to do the work

·      Establishing buy-in from ALL members of the executive team

·      Exploring options to benchmark the workplace climate & measure success

·      Prioritizing the most important projects leading to a more inclusive workplace

·      Developing a plan to sustain and grow positive organizational change

When you encounter these challenges, rest assured that you will gain newfound confidence because you have a mentor ready to share proven strategies, and a community in your corner.

At RPC, our clients often share feedback along these lines, “I am grateful for your expertise, confidence, and support as we work towards recruiting more LGBTQ employees and creating a culture where these talented workers want to stay and develop their careers. While we certainly have encountered challenges doing this work, I’m relieved to have your mentorship and guidance.”

Now imagine how that confidence will take your diversity and inclusion practice to the next level. How you’ll have the ability to take a step back and focus on the what really matters most to you: complying with employment laws, implementing workplace policy, and attracting diverse talent, markets, and suppliers to drive innovation.

The mentorship you receive from The LGBTQ A-Z Certification carries over to your executive, HR, and diversity teams as well. From challenges with engaging leadership team members to understanding legal and policy compliance matters, RPC helps provide solutions to your team’s immediate challenges as it relates to the skills and strategies you gain throughout this course.

Consider RPC as your LGBTQ diversity & inclusion guru – handling most of the questions or concerns your team encounters related to why this work is important, so you can focus on how to realize a meaningful workplace transformation.

While this program is centered around the experiences of LGBTQ people in the workplace, practitioners at all levels will have the ability to apply their learnings to their broader inclusion goals. Since the program uses an intersectional lens, practitioners will be aware of how race, class, gender, ability, and culture intersect with actual or perceived LGBTQ identities.

It’s the mission of RPC to usher in a new wave of confident, knowledgeable, and purpose driven executive, HR, and diversity professionals. This program has the potential to achieve this mission by welcoming and including LGBTQ talent and markets. To learn more about this program, register for a FREE live webinar on Friday, January 27 at 11 am PT/2 pm ET, and take some time in advance to share your opinions about the type of mentorship you desire here.

In the meantime, you can read more about the program and enroll by visiting www.rhodesperry.com/mentorship. Space is limited to 20 professionals, so be sure to save your seat today, and let Rhodes make it easy for you to gain the confidence, mentorship, and skills needed to build a more inclusive workplace.

Join The LGBTQ A-Z Certification today, and together, let’s transform your workplace!

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Rhodes Perry

Rhodes Perry is a nationally recognized expert on LGBTQ and social justice public policy matters, with two decades of leadership experience innovating strategy management, policy and program solutions for corporations, government agencies, and non-profit organizations. At his core, Rhodes is an entrepreneur, where he most recently established Rhodes Perry Consulting, LLC, a national diversity and inclusion consulting firm that uses an intersectional approach to collaborate with leaders on creating solutions in the practice areas of strategy management, issue advocacy, and stakeholder engagement. Previously, Rhodes founded the Office of LGBTQ Policy & Practice at the New York City Administration for Children’s Services, and prior to this assignment he served as the founding Director of Policy at PFLAG National where he led the policy strategy and advocacy efforts for the organization’s 350 chapters. He cut his teeth serving as a Program Examiner at the White House Office of Management & Budget, where he improved upon federal benefit programs designed to provide assistance to low-income communities. Rhodes earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Gender Studies from the University of Notre Dame, and obtained a Master of Public Administration from New York University.