"I want to help you develop and implement inclusive, equitable, and just practices that align with your vision of organizational success."
Creating Responsibility Structures
A systematic review of more than 700 organizational diversity and inclusion initiatives by researchers from UCLA, Harvard and the University of Minnesota revealed that the most effective organizational diversity initiatives include a responsibility structure.
Storytelling for Equity & Inclusion
Human beings are fundamentally storytelling animals. The stories that we tell and consume shape our perceptions of people, places, and events. More importantly, we use stories to make meaning.
All too often, diversity programming is an organizational add-on, a framing that leads to little buy-in and fewer results. To cultivate a vibrant and diverse organizational culture, workplace practices must be strategically aligned with overall business goals and actively drive inclusive and equitable behaviors.
Ren Navarro is working to improve diversity in the Canadian craft beer industry. Visit www.beer-diversity.com to learn more.
Developing a diversified pipeline of future employees and leaders can help to anticipate the talent you’ll need as your organization evolves, ensure your hires are a great fit for your culture, improve employee retention, and foster innovation.
Understanding Communication and Conflict Styles: A Crash Course in Intercultural Communication
- Investigate how culture and communication work together to shape our world.
- Increase your understanding of communication patterns used by diverse cultural groups here in the U.S. and abroad.
- Examine the ideas that you currently hold about cultures that are not your own.
- Deepen your understanding of your own cultural background and the contexts (social, cultural and historical) in which your live, work, and play.
Implementing Diversity and Inclusion Best Practices: Guidance for Brewers Association Members
- Receive an in-depth overview of this five-part series of best practice resources.
- Learn strategies and tactics drawn from best practices and tailored to your organization and community.
Everyday Social Justice: Cultivating Community, Just Leadership, and Humane Organizational Cultures
Social justice isn't some lofty goal for activists and politicos. Social justice is way of doing business and forming relationships that improve workplace experiences for everyone...and your bottom line. Everyday social justice describes the day-to-day work of creating fair and just relationships between the individual and the organization.