What people are saying about Inclusion in Action
"Inclusion in Action eLearning not only brings attention to inclusion as a necessary leadership skill, it teaches skills that everyone in an organization can learn and practice. Best of all, the vignettes are realistic and really grab your attention."
Gerry Fernandez, President and Founder
Multicultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance (MFHA)
First hand, I've witnessed the impact of this eLearning series first hand. It provides easy to learn skills for everyday cross-cultural interactions resulting in strengthened collaboration. As a D&I consultant and facilitator, I’ve seen people take real steps to being inclusive - which means recognizing and utilizing differences.
Joe Steele MBA, Consultant
These 9 skills are game changers. We can find talented people and bring them in, but if we don't create an environment where we hear every single voice then what good does it do us? And the only way for us to listen is for us to be inclusive of everyone.
Myrna L. Estrada
VP and Regional General Manager, Liberty Mutual
This interactive, skills-based eLearning program is powerful, both in content and methodology. The skills it teaches are foundational and help people personally develop an awareness of how to communicate more effectively by inviting different opinions for truly inclusive collaboration. Inclusion in Action’s modular format provides flexibility. You can concentrate the learning for immediate impact. Or roll it out over time, progressively building the communication and collaboration skills that sustain inclusion and innovation in your organization.
CEO, Diversity and Inclusion Center
Author, Ouch! That Stereotype Hurts
This eLearning provides immediately applicable and easy to understand skills for creating inclusion in any workplace. High production values, clear explanations, and expert design keep the learner engaged and motivated to continue – that’s what eLearning is all about!
Sondra Thiederman, Ph.D.
Keynote Speaker and Author, 3 Keys to Defeating Unconscious Bias