Today, the United States is on the precipice of a crucible. As more and more individual citizens, companies, and organizations call for sustainable, real change, a question that emerges is: what can people do in each facet of their lives to support and facilitate improvement? For the everyday professional, part of what they can do is actively and intentionally seek to become informed practitioners and advocates of diversity, equity, and inclusion practices. DEI practices in the workplace seek to ensure that all individuals feel safe, valued, and listened to in the business sphere. For DEI to become a reality, it is imperative that all employees and leadership deliberately seek to integrate DEI into all aspects of the workplace….
The entire world continues to become more diverse, and that includes employees, customers and clients across the profit, non-profit and government sectors….
Bias/Self Awareness/Individual Assessment
During this engaging and interactive session, participants will learn that Unconscious Biases, also known as Implicit Biases, are stereotypes about…
Essential Components of a DEI Initiative/Plan
Achieving diversity, equity, and inclusiveness in your workplace is a process for creating change through education, collaboration, and diligence….
ERGs – Employee Resource Groups
One of the most important and growing tactics that organizations are now implementing to foster full inclusion and belonging in the workplace….
Inclusive leaders stay accessible and work hard to get other people talking. In one on one conversations, they are good listeners and they take an authentic interest in others….
DEI Mapping Strategy
The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion landscape has changed dramatically in recent years, as more leaders and companies have understood the value of DEI….
Realistic and business related metrics are essential to assess the progress of DEI efforts internally and to benchmark externally...Learn More
“Freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor; it must be demanded by the oppressed.”
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr
“It is time for parents to teach young people early on that in diversity there is beauty and there is strength.”
“Diversity: the art of thinking independently together.”