We believe that in order to transform the workplace landscape, an ecological approach guided by social justice and DEI principles is necessary. Workplace inequities are often caused by conscious and/or unconscious biases, behaviors, and policies that uphold systems of power and privilege. Therefore, we prioritize intentional and meticulous efforts to bring about change at all levels:
As a consulting and training firm, we understand that knowledge and awareness are important but not enough to shift behaviors and organizational cultures on its own. Our goal is to bring together education and pair it with action.
Instead of merely naming symptoms of workplace issues, we support our clients in recognizing and addressing the root causes of inequities while developing communities of knowledge, capacity, practice, healing, and resilience. By focusing on these key areas, we believe we can create more equitable and inclusive workplaces.
Our theory of change is built on four core components:
To measure our impact, we use a variety of quantitative and qualitative measures, including diversity and representation within organizations, employee satisfaction and retention, and overall improvements in workplace culture and climate. We also use feedback and evaluation tools to continually assess the effectiveness of all our programming, ensuring we meet the needs of organizations and communities. By continually monitoring our progress and making adjustments as needed, we believe we can move closer to co-creating workplaces that embody and practice the values of justice and equity.