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BECOME
CULTURALLY INTELLIGENT

Bring humanity to the workplace

CULTURAL
INTELLIGENCE

Understand our research-based Cultural Intelligence (CI) model to engage empathy as a tool of compassion

DEI
SERVICES

Promote equity through demonstrating culturally intelligent behaviors and ensuring your organizational foundation is structurally sound

THE CI ENNEAGRAM 

Create cohesive team dynamics by understanding motivational behaviors and leadership styles

STRATEGIC CONVERSATION

Build common understandings and develop an action plan with a unique and proven conversation tool designed for impact and change

ABOUT US

We are a woman-of-color owned and operated consultancy that respects the process of change. We move beyond the one-and-done workshop model to deliver a comprehensive Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) solution to your organization through Cultural Intelligence (CI).

Diversity allows contributors to feel represented at your company; equity promotes fairness within systems; and inclusion assures people that they belong and are valued. These are outcomes, not intentions. Holistic transformation is possible, and we will help you get there. ​We help individuals and organizations develop the values of curiosity, empathy, and compassion, so they can demonstrate the cultural capabilities of Openness, Awareness, and Responsiveness.

 

We start with an organizational culture audit and follow this with a dynamic blend of training and consulting: we listen to your needs, consider your timeline and budget, and give you honest answers to guide you in becoming a DEI-first organization. Our research-based and time-tested approach will help you and your team move from intentionality to action.

Dr. Renee Bhatti-Klug facilitates a Becoming Culturally Intelligent session (background); a digital guide (foreground)

WHATCLIENTSSAY

"Great job with timing and presentation. I have never had an 8 hour training fly by so quickly."

—  School Psychologist, 2020