Theresa Ruth Howard’s educational training approach focuses on developing healthier, more inclusive, and equitable work cultures within organizations. The training systems are designed to be adaptable to each organization’s unique needs while staying responsive to the evolving cultural norms.

Here are some key features of this educational training approach:

  1. Customized Content: The training material is tailored to the specific requirements and challenges of each organization. This ensures that the content is relevant and resonates with the employees, making it more effective in creating lasting change.
  2. Inclusivity and Equity: The training is designed to promote inclusivity and equity within the organization. It aims to create a workplace environment where every individual feels valued, heard, and empowered, regardless of their background or identity.
  3. Organizational Portals: The use of organizational portals allows for a centralized platform to deliver educational content. This can facilitate easy access to training materials, resources, and information for all employees, fostering a culture of continuous learning and development.
  4. Client-Centered Approach: Clients are actively involved in determining the focus, scope, and delivery of their organization’s education. This client-centered approach ensures that the training aligns with the organization’s values and specific needs.
  5. Virtual Training: The use of virtual training allows for simultaneous organization-wide participation. This means that all employees can engage in the training together, fostering a sense of unity and shared understanding.
  6. Empowering Employees: The training encourages each person to identify their role in contributing to the organization’s success and positive work culture. By empowering employees to take ownership of their roles and responsibilities, it can enhance their sense of purpose and commitment to the organization’s mission.
  7. Equitable Communication and Feedback: The training aims to promote more equitable communication and feedback processes within the organization. By encouraging open and respectful dialogue, it creates a culture of trust and psychological safety, where diverse perspectives are valued and heard.

Theresa Ruth Howard’s educational training approach focuses on fostering positive organizational change by addressing inclusivity, equity, and communication. By customizing the content, involving clients in the process, and utilizing virtual platforms, this approach seeks to create sustainable and meaningful improvements in work culture for the benefit of all employees.

The 12 Steps to Ballet’s Cultural Recovery

Coversation with William Forsythe

Black in Ballet History Part I

      • I.D.E.A BOOTCAMP
      • Organizational Identity

    European Aesthetics and Appropriation in Ballet European Aesthetics and Appropriation in Ballet
    Examining the Eurocentric imperialistic presence in the Art form