DEI – Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
The Lafayette Chamber believes that diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) are critical to the success and well-being of our staff, our members, and our community.
The Lafayette Chamber will be a leader in reaching this by:
- Setting an example of respect and tolerance in everything we do
- Educating our members so they may improve their own diversity, equity, and inclusion
- Engaging underrepresented businesses to become members
- Encouraging diverse leadership within our board, staff, and membership
The UC Managing Implicit Bias Series is a six-course online training series designed to increase awareness of implicit bias and reduce its impact at the University. The series reinforces the UC diversity, equity, and inclusion values that enable the University to attract and retain a top talent workforce, and it further supports the UC commitment to developing effective leaders and managers of people.
Our Mission is to cultivate happy, thriving, and stress-free cities, organizations, and schools by developing a less oppressed, racist, and divided world for future generations we will never know through custom training, consulting, coaching, and tools that are intentionally designed to interrupt implicit bias, restore community wellbeing, resolve conflict and misunderstandings, and inspire deeper connection and inclusion.
Fogbreak seeks to transform our culture through collaborations and experiential education about fairness, equity and inclusion.
We believe that courageous conversations about race have the power to change things in the world that prevent governments, organizations and people from achieving their best outcomes. In the nearly 30 years we have been around, the world has made a lot of progress when it comes to achieving racial equality. But it’s not a linear process. It’s two steps forward, one step back. We resist the change because it’s uncomfortable—ultimately, leaving us all stuck. Our services are designed to help you get unstuck and begin the right conversations to realize change in your organization, community or city.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) has become a crucial, transformational element in the workplace as well as within our society. Many employers, like Unisys, are embracing DEI and have made changes to their recruiting and hiring processes.
DEI ensures these processes are looking at a diverse set of candidates for job opportunities from within and outside of the company to establish a diverse, inclusive workplace with equal opportunity, and a diverse leadership team, where associates feel like they belong.
You want your workforce to have a strong sense of belonging that will positively impact their happiness and engagement which in turn increases their productivity and the likelihood to stay longer with the organization.
To meet the moment, Kantola has developed an all-new interactive Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion course, in partnership with Littler. The course combines real scenarios, in-person interviews, discussion and exploration questions, exercises and instruction for an engaging and illuminating learner experience.
In 2020, SHRM launched Together Forward @Work to initiate open dialogue about racial inequity in the workplace. Now we’re taking the next step by providing tangible tools to construct equitable hiring practices and empathetic cultures—which is fundamental to the development of truly inclusive workplaces. Which is exactly what we need. Now more than ever.
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