Workplace Diversity Samples

The question of workplace diversity is fundamental to startup cultures, established companies ready to innovate, and an emerging new digital landscape. These questions can be tricky: the intersections of Gender and ability, race and place, background, age, ability and ethnicity become difficult to navigate without rock-solid expertise. We are here to help with visionary E,D&I initiatives, sticky workplace situations, and intercultural understanding and growth.


Sparking a Powerful Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Initiative: A Sample Proposal

This sample proposal draws from a real-world initiative at a brilliant startup looking to develop a truly innovative E,D&I model. Leadership wants to build an inclusive workplace from the ground up, meaning that they are prepared to have use help them understand their current culture and forge a plan to help them transform their workplace and nourish diversity.

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Turning The Page: A Groundbreaking Workshop on Company Diversity  

This workshop is based on the idea that no one is born knowing how to think about and talk about race, gender, religion, sexuality, ethnicity or other kinds of social difference and inequality. When conversations about these issues inevitably unfold in the workplace, stakes become very high. Accessing true expertise in intercultural communication–and moreso, expertise in conducting transformative conversations around race, gender, class and other forms of social difference–is a critical step in changing workplace culture


Escaping the "Culture Fit" Straightjacket

At CultureEncode, we are prepared to help you assess your workplace culture, both in its stated form and the way it maps onto day-to-day interactions and broader dynamics. We can help you understand when recruiting and retaining a diverse workplace has been a challenge, or we can open up a workplace dialogue, using our proprietary workshop series, that will help workers renew their passion collaboration and innovation: a powerful company depends its ability to escape the culture-fit straightjacket.