Professional Development


At With Respect LLC, we provide extraordinary trainings by extraordinary trainers. Our professional development training is authentic and provides rich learning in a vast range of diversity and cultural competence topics. Everything is done through the Mindset Scaffolding Blueprint provided through and with the cutting edge of adult learning. One component of EXTRAORDINARY.

Our innovative trainers offer perspectives and engagement with audiences of many types of organizations;  non-profits, law enforcement, juvenile justice, education, businesses, community based organizations, and government agencies.

We think outside the box, and facilitate in ways that allow for self-discovery at a deeper level. All of our presentations, from 45 minutes to multiple days, allow participants to walk away with skills they can use immediately. We are proud of our ability to meet people where they are and take them even further than they ever thought possible!

That's one more part of what makes us EXTRAORDINARY.

Our Topics and areas of expertise include:

  • Cultural Competence
  • Leadership
  • Communication
  • Conflict
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Bullying
  • Racism
  • White Privilege

Looking for something else?

We have curriculum that targets conflict management, implicit bias, effective communication, teamwork and collaboration, leadership development, with many other embedded topics.

Additionally, we have keynote and conference presentations. They are customized with an eye to inspire, cause laughter, influence perspectives, and always leave the audience with at least one tool or strategy.

 

All of our trainings mindfully apply the adult learning model and allow for the integration and practice of skills to move people well into conscious competence.

Adult Learning

Cost & Questions

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We look forward to learning and growing with you!


DiBrown“I experienced Leah's diversity and cultural awareness training as part of a very non-diverse group of employees. Her methods were inclusive, non-confrontational, determined , and pragmatic, allowing the group to address uncomfortable topics in a bold but non-threatening manner. Since then, I have discovered that Leah lives what she teaches, setting the example in every venue.”

Diana Brown

Director, Information Systems

Washington Schools Risk Management Pool