Human

Rights

While organizational change is a collective effort, it requires individual behavioral change.  Institutional policies and practices need to change to support diversity and inclusion initiatives, as well as the rights of all employees withen the workforce.  An individual cannot change behavior in an organization that does not allow for these changes to occur. It is absolutely crucial that this support comes from the top, senior leaders, and management personnel of the organization; they must be engaged in the process for it to be successful.  Without their support and engagement, the changes will occur in small pockets only, and not throughout the whole organization.

Every organization has its own culture, values norms and practices; these must all be considered when identifying the most effective way(s) to conduct training that will be significant enough to affect cultural change.  IA recognizes this and offers training tailored to address organizational cultures and climates.  IA's tailored training access cultural climates that need to be eliminated, reformed, or implemented, according to organizational strengths and weaknesses.  

At Interactive Advocacy (IA) we use interactive performance based (IPB) theater, both scripted and impromptu sessions, in an effort to engage our audience and foster dialogue; to implement solutions that create a culture of care.

"Cultural change is a collective effort that requires progressive movement, and not just mandate"
 - Tanya O. Jones
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