Bringing important DEIB learning & conversation to leadership
Start with 200 leaders and then roll out to the full company.
Bring a range of important diversity, equity, inclusion and belong topics & conversations to the leadership team; learn from unique experts but also from each other.
Topics of Interest
Implicit bias, micro agressions, gender & gender identity, race, LGBTQ+, and engaging in conversations when you are not the expert.
Jumping head-first into anti-racism is a noble, yet often misguided pursuit. Systematic racism relies on the subtle, often subconscious bias frames WE ALL LEARN and from which we tend to operate. In Befriending the Disruptor, Monica uses her energy and humor to guide partners through a series of simple,
As we know, conversations are happening in our homes, workplace and community regarding several forms of social injustice. In addition, the pandemic has us all quarantined at home! These conversations are difficult for several reasons, but necessary because they touch on our views of basic human right
More than one in four transgender people report having lost a job due to transphobia and bias, and more than three-fourths have experienced some form of discrimination at work. This workshop is meant to provide an introductory educational overview on how to be an ally by supporting transgender and non-binary individuals in the workplace.
Employees explore the journey for Gay Rights in America. This class provides examples of allyship to aid in communicating with LGBTQ colleagues; not focusing only on someone's sexual identity, but looking at the overall human being. Our goal is to expand ways to build community beyond Pride Month.
Research demonstrates that women, especially women of color, face sometimes hidden workplace barriers. These challenges, along with a confidence gap, can play a significant role in a woman's career journey. This interactive, empowering workshop explores the impact of hidden barriers and lagging confidenc
Understanding Racism is a 2.5-hour interactive session on what racism really is and isn’t, the surprising ways it manifests, the psychological underpinnings of why it’s so difficult to eradicate, and what everyone can do to influence things for the better. This involves a guided presentation, exercises, role play, and
What Employees Are Saying
How We Partnered Together
- Curated six (6) vetted teachers based on goals and feedback from other companies
- Hosted prep calls with teachers to understand company culture
- Handled all logistics (scheduling, calendar invites, surveys)
- Enabled access to the Electives platform to review data analytics & employee feedback
- Provided learning nudges from teachers to employees to drive further engagement
- Each teacher promoted the next elective at the end of their session to drive engagement for the upcoming topic