Inconsistent diversity strategies are not only failing to produce results - they're driving people further apart. Our DEI solutions build belonging into the core of your business to create a culture of change.
Organizations rooted in strong DE&I practices see increased growth, innovation, and productivity.
The murder of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter protests which followed are prominent examples of movements that have challenged organizations to make real change, and it’s been made abundantly clear that employees won’t stand for anything less.
Watch as MindGym's President of Americas, and Chief Behavioural Science Officer, Dr. Janet Ahn, reveals how traditional approaches to DE&I can sometimes put you on the path to polarization.
Identity and belonging is at the heart of inclusion. While our uniqueness is personal to us, we all have a fundamental need for our identity to be seen and valued by others.
Diversity alone isn't enough. Grounded in science and developed with leading academics, MindGym’s four cornerstones approach equips leaders with the skills to foster culture change and provides a framework on how to engage in inclusive conversations without leaving anyone behind.
Forbid & forgive: Appreciate the difference between misbehave and misstep.
Value variety: Difference is infinite, but not all differences are equal.
Judge wisely: Spot the tricks our minds play and outwit them.
Step up: There are no angels and villains. We are all responsible for building belonging.
The best intentions with the wrong approach can harm DE&I progress. To roll out initiatives that work, organizations must learn how to build authentic relationships with marginalized identities, create a sense of belonging and inspire inclusive behavior on a daily basis. MindGym’s approach is tailored to provide the right tools at the right time for your business.
For companies creating a DE&I strategy for the first time.
Organizations with a diversity program but need additional support.
Managing DE&I globally while respecting local cultures.