At TNI we focus on All Things People. We know that it should not be about checking a box on DEI, but about creating an organizational culture and thriving competitive edge for a people-first, productive and profitable company.
Our clients are at different stages with their diversity initiatives, so we focus on establishing the programs, policies and trainings that meet you right where you are. Our goal is to help you create a culture where your people are proactive about how they manage their thoughts, words and actiosn to create a collaborative and inclusive environment for all employees.
DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION STRATEGY
If you have a strategy, we can review it and provide feedback based upon industry insights and what’s happening around the world. We can also lead your senior leadership team through a strategic process to align your corporate goals and DEI strategic plan to define a clear roadmap for implementing a DEI strategy.
Our guided process includes:
1. Intake meeting with key stakeholders
2. Pre-Planning questionnaire
3. Strategic planning session
4. DEI Strategic Plan
This plan serves as a roadmap to implement your DEI initiatives.
DEI TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT
Our trainings help organizations shift how they think and interact with others of different backgrounds. We want people to go beyond being aware, but also to be proactive about how we manage our biases, our words, perceptions, behaviors and actions we take on a daily basis.
The key is to design learning experiences that help employees communicate, collaborate and connect to create a more productive and inclusive environment for everyone to thrive.
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