Approaching the challenges of DIEB from a brain perspective reveals why training that treats the symptoms doesn’t work and why addressing them at their neurological roots offers exciting possibilities for building authentically inclusive cultures. With a unique neuroscience approach our programs move beyond traditional diversity awareness training and expand our lens of inclusion to consider both visible and invisible diversity.
We focus on building environments where all diversity is valued, encouraged and nurtured, including diversity of thought, needs and experiences. We do this by creating safe work environments where people feel free to be themselves, to speak up, to be ‘known’ and be fully expressed. In our experience this is the essence of true belonging.
Our foundation is what we all have in common – the brain. Understanding how it influences our perceptions, thinking and behaviors unifies us as humans and gives us a new more compassionate lens with which to view ourselves and others.