Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Done Differently

“Thank you for doing this, the energy was spot on, and I have a lot of gratitude. Thank you for creating this space.” – CEO

“Great session, creating space to share an understanding of others is what we thrive on.” – Co-Founder

“This program showed me how much of a badass team we are!  Thank you for creating this space because this is the time that folks get to unite over really important subjects.” – CTO

“It was very inclusive and went beyond my expectations and even beyond the social issue. This can elevate the conversation about Black Lives Matter.” – CFO

DE&I workshops won’t change your company culture.
What I do differently…

I’ve spent the last few months delivering workshops, developing curriculum and frameworks, and creating open forums on Black Lives Matter for HR professionals, C-suite executives, managers, and employees committed to anti-racism and equality.

In order for Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion work to go beyond the performative to truly change an organization’s corporate culture we must address what’s been missing (and what organizations have been avoiding):

1. A deeper understanding of how identity, power, and history inform our individual world views.

2. The universal ways of being, beginning with themes like Compassion, that inform our values and determine our actions. I believe this is the foundation upon which any sustainably diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace must be built.

Organizations don’t change, people do.

My work as a Compassionate Leadership expert combines DE&I education with empathy and emotional intelligence and I’m blown away by the feedback we’ve received so far! I’m excited to continue supporting the people-centric organizations that are truly committed to investing in sustainable, long-term change. 

If this resonated with you, feel free to share it with others.  Let’s make sure Black Lives Matter is a movement, not a moment!

“Thank you for showing us that we all deeply care.” – Staff Attendee

“What I’ve learned is the big difference of asking questions with the intention of understanding.” – Staff Attendee

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