Understanding Where Your
Organization Lies on the DEI Continuum*
BREAKFAST CULTURE has experience delivering award-winning campaigns, training courses, diversity and inclusion presentations and keynotes, participating on panel discussions, developing seminars, and more. All our topics can be customized and/or modified for myriad industries and organizations; they can also be presented as a general discussion. Depending upon the client needs each topic can be presented in either one hour or developed as a training course over two hours.
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Understanding Where Your Organization Lies on the DEI Continuum*: Presentation
Description: Diversity and inclusion is not just a "nice-to-have" but a must-have if an organization is to enjoy the highest standard of recruitment, performance and retention for viable, sustainable growth. Breakfast Culture's Diversity & Inclusion Audit is a comprehensive measurement and analysis process to understand where your organization lies and how to move it along the DEI (Diversity, Equity & Inclusion) Continuum*. This is one of the first steps towards cultivating a diverse, inclusive and equitable workplace culture. In this session you will earn about the DEI Continuum* and how Breakfast Culture uses current tools, including leading edge Employee Engagement Enterprise software and/or Global Diversity & Inclusion Benchmarks (GDIB) to analyze where your organization currently resides on the DEI Continuum*.
* The Human Equity Advantage: Beyond Diversity to Talent Optimization, Wilson 2013
Focus: Organizational change management through a diverse, inclusive and equitable lens
Testimonial: "Jefferson Darrell on Diversity and Inclusion. I have so much follow-up homework from this session (in a good way). Jefferson shared great insight into an organization's progression and commitment to diversity and inclusion. This is such an important topic. The presentation was thought-provoking and helped share in a relatable way to continue my journey in thinking differently on this topic. I highly recommend checking him out at Breakfast Culture." – Jennifer