Based on our proven model of soft skills training, our corporate EE program is designed to help organizations promote personal development, inclusion and emotional intelligence.
The issues that we tackle —implicit bias, privilege, allyship, communication and feedback—are as pertinent in organizations as they are in the classroom.
Our corporate Engineering Empathy program is a structured, workshop style program delivered by trained facilitators.
You don't have to agree with someone, but you can understand where they're coming from and why.
A beginner’s mindset. The willingness to suspend certainty and being “right” in order to truly understand another person’s experience.
The ability to experience empathy, and “feel with” someone, without taking on their emotions as your own.
A willingness to internalize the feedback you’re given because you understand that it’s shared from a place of commitment and concern.
Our Engineering Empathy curriculum takes these core principles and funnels them into discussions of social identity, implicit bias, microaggressions, and self-awareness.
This EE program tackles the topics of institutional bias and oppression, privilege, and allyship through the lens of empathy to create both diverse and inclusive organizations. Teams will leave the conversation with:
Communication is complicated, but we’ve developed tools to help! During this session participants: