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Being an Ally to Racialized People

Instructor-Led Workshop
Learn How to Act in Allyship

Being an Ally to Racialized People

This workshop focuses on learning what allyship means, especially when it comes to racialized people. It presents strategies to effectively act in allyship and shares some actions that are counterproductive. The workshop also features a case study activity and practical takeaways that people can implement immediately.


From employees to managers to senior leaders and executives, as well as people of all identities, anyone can learn how to act in allyship and create a more inclusive workplace for all.

Primary Learning Outcomes

By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the concept of allyship in relation to racialized 
  • Distinguish effective and less useful strategies of allies. 
  • Apply allyship principles in their workplace.

Agenda & Key Concepts

  • What does it Mean to be an Ally?
  • Acting in Allyship
  • Reactive vs proactive allyship
  • Roles of an ally – advocate, amplifier, champion, confidant, scholar, sponsor, upstander
  • Counterproductive actions
  • Key Takeaways you can Apply Immediately

Interested in learning about what allyship means from a leadership perspective? Ask us about our Allyship for Leaders - this workshop presents strategies to effectively act as an ally with equity-deserving communities within our workplaces. The session also features a case study activity and practical takeaways that leaders can implement immediately. 

Registration Details

For Teams and Groups

Interested in registering your team or department? Send us a message to discuss special arrangements and group rates tailored to your needs.


For Individuals

Ready to join? Take the next step and proceed to the registration page to secure your spot in our upcoming workshop.


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