“Organizations must invest in inclusion and addressing bias. It is crucial to hire and maintain a diverse workforce – not only to have diversity within an organization but to leverage that diversity to help others.”
– Yonayda Rodas
Many organizations recognize the value of diversity, but struggle to maintain highly effective multicultural teams. That’s because diversity alone isn’t enough.
Our unique program, the Inclusion Inventory, bridges the critical gap between diversity and inclusion. We’ll help you create an environment where people can bring their unique experiences and strengths to the table, without minimizing core aspects of their identity or their culture.
YWCA works with both organizations and individuals to create truly inclusive cultures and operations – leading to more equitable environments and greater workplace satisfaction. Our rigorous methodology and proven self-evaluation tools merge with your development goals for a customized training experience that carves a path towards inclusion.
Learn more about how the unique experience of the Inclusion Inventory can help you grow towards your goals today.
Previous clients include:
|International Institute of the Bay Area|
|Resources for Community Development|
|Side by Side, formerly Sunny Hills Services|
|YMCA California Youth and Government|
“Interactive and engaging, very relevant content.”
“Wonderful facilitation! Even in a large group, I felt heard.”
“The thing that really stuck with me was to treat people the way they want to be treated, rather than how I want to be treated.”
“Really great framework for thinking about inclusion on an organizational and personal level.”
“The Inclusion Inventory provided an honest and not-in-the-least-bit-scary evaluation of our cultural competencies that was both eye-opening and reassuring. Laura, our facilitator, fostered meaningful (and human) dialogue, relating our conversation to real world examples that were easy to connect with and understand. She gave objective feedback, offering up insightful and pragmatic observations. She followed up with tactical action plans and suggestions to make meaningful change. I would highly recommend this program for any business or individual who wants to go beyond “checking the D&I box” in order to broaden their perspectives, expand their toolbox, and take concrete action towards building a more inclusive culture.”
– Sarah Jaycox Hartong & Meghan Velin, Co-Founders, Leveled Leader
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