To get better, we need leadership that understands the stakes of diversity, equity, and inclusion — and is committed to learning how to put that into practice.
WHAT’S THE PROBLEM?
80% of students in low-income public school are children of color; however, the majority of teachers and school leaders are white. Only 1 in 3 leaders are people of color.
82% of executives identify as white, and just 1 of every 10 nonprofit CEOs is a person of color.
4% of women run Fortune 500 companies - the same percentage as men named James.
Making inclusion the new normal starts with how managers lead their teams.
On average managers receive 24 minutes of management training a year.
24 MINUTES SIMPLY ISN’T ENOUGH TO SEE THE CHANGE WE NEED.
By influencing managers, we will change the way leaders and organizations hire and promote their staff, and dramatically shift the workplace environment. Our programming helps managers bring equity to all levels of their work; in so doing, we set the stage for a world in which everyone - team members, community members, and students - see themselves in their leaders.
Whether it’s a 2-day workshop, 3-month engagement or an executive coaching session, all of our support is rooted in three principles:
The “how” for building equitable workplaces
Race, Equity, and Inclusion
The values behind everything we do
The way we explore, think, and create