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Baking Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion into Instructional Design

  • Thursday, June 17, 2021
  • 4:00 PM - 5:15 PM
  • Virtual - Information send out 24 hours in advance
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ATD RMC Instructional Design SIG

Presents:

Baking Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion into Instructional Design

Today more than ever, eyes are on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) everywhere. As Instructional Designers we have an opportunity to model DEI best practices to our colleagues, leadership, and clients in the questions we ask, the courses we design, and the materials we provide. Using the ADDIE model, this will be a conversation about how to ensure that inclusion is top-of-mind from the very beginning of a project through to its deliver. Bring your ideas and experience with you - has this been a consideration for you in the past? What has (and hasn't) worked? What are some of the ways you have approached this?

Note: this session is not about designing DEI training, but having an awareness of DEI as we design our programs. 

Speaker:

Paul Zaentz-Lewis headshotPaul Zaentz-Lewis

Workforce Insight

Paul has over three decades of international business and training experience in the hospitality & travel, aerospace, financial, manufacturing, and consulting industries. Prior to joining Workforce Insight as a Training Consultant in 2020 Paul worked with Deloitte Tax in Santiago (Chile), Miami, and Denver for a decade developing and implementing regional and global business transformation programs as well as serving as a Global Engagement Manager. He is especially adept at providing engaging technical and transformative change management training to staff, supervisors, and leadership. 

A native of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, Paul enjoys spending time in the outdoors, playing hockey, skiing, and learning foreign languages. He is also an active participant with his local chapters of ATD and PMI.

ATD Talent Development Capability Model

  • Cultural Awareness and Inclusion
  • Instructional Design
  • Training Delivery and Facilitation
  • Organizational Development & Culture

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