Introducing and Embedding an Allyship Culture

As allies, we promote, support, and celebrate people who identify in ways that we might not. Allies acknowledge and utilise their power and influence to create physical and psychological safety for those who are subject to individual and institutional discrimination.

An allyship culture is one that actively values, celebrates and promotes the full spectrum of its current and future stakeholders. There is no end result – allyship is an active process. You can see what that process looks like in the infographic below.

I can provide a range of support to help you raise awareness of intersectional allyship in your community; truly understand the individual stories, experiences, and beliefs that inform your community’s behaviours, decisions, and motivations; and identifying and addressing those manifestations of unconscious, structural prejudices that have been inherited.

How does it all work?

Delivered online or in person (depending on location and current social distancing guidelines).

A one hour discovery session before any agreement is formalised (at no cost to you).

Standard training and development rates. These will, of course, vary depending on what you want to work on and how many people will be involved:

Half day £800 (based on up to 5 hours with up to 25 people)

Full day £1200 (based on 8 hours with up to 25 people)

If you want to find out more, you can download the PDF below for an overview of my allyship services, and/or make an appointment for an initial 30 minute phone or video call.

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