We proudly present…
At Art of Brilliance we have always lived by the mantra, ‘if we can’t do it brilliantly, we won’t do it at all’, hence we are delighted to offer you the world’s best diversity programme. A subject of its time, BRILLIANT DIVERSITY is designed to be thought-provoking, challenging, informative and entertaining in equal measure.
Recent events sparked by the murder of George Floyd have ignited a passion to see organisations and teams become more culturally aware and to be more intentional about creating inclusive working environments.
We want to help you create a culture in which all of your staff feel welcome, empowered and included. This, in turn, helps you deliver world class products/services/education.
Fact: cultural change does not come from instructing staff what language and views they can and cannot have. It comes from educating, challenging and stimulating change from within.
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On the BRILLIANT DIVERSITY programme your staff will:
- Learn how to navigate difficult conversations and build relationships
- Increase their own awareness
- Challenge their own assumptions and stereotypes
- Expand their worldview
- Be allowed to develop in a safe space, without feeling judged or condemned for their views or current level of understanding.
BRILLIANT DIVERSITY is an online course that can be shaped to fit organizational needs. It covers the 5 As of awareness, appreciation, acceptance, acknowledgment and advancement. The content is taken from the latest thinking in areas of diversity, multi-culturalism, culture and what it means to be British. It references, challenges and debates hot topics such as #BlackLivesMatter.
Errol Lawson’s backstory is one of misspent youth, dabbling in gangs, crime and drugs. Not only did he claw his way back to the right side, Errol has gone on to become a successful entrepreneur, author and sought-after motivational speaker.
Errol was awarded the coveted “Local Hero” award for his contribution to the lives of people within the UK by the association of Jamaican nationals (AJN) and was named by the Birmingham Post as one of the most influential people in the West Midlands.