Do Better Together: What Your Leaders Need Right Now

A Toolkit to Support Social Change and Inclusion

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Every Person Can Step up to Move Forward

How can we make sure this time is different? It’s the question many are asking as we continue to struggle with systemic racism. For leaders, it may seem uncomfortable to discuss this sensitive topic at work, yet it’s constantly on the minds of their teams, especially those who are racial minorities. They cannot pretend that what’s happening in the world isn’t affecting their work life, too.

DDI is committed to being a positive force for empathy, enlightenment, and real change to move forward as a nation and as a community. We are offering a free Inclusion Toolkit for you and your leaders to help take steps forward right now to support social change and inclusion.

The Inclusion Toolkit includes:

A Self-Assessment Tool: Spark reflection and insights on "How Inclusive Are You?"

A Microcourse on Unconscious Bias: Raise awareness of your unconscious bias to make better decisions

Practical Tools and Resources: How to create a more inclusive workplace

For those in positions of power right now, the most significant act of leadership is showing empathy. It will not erase what has happened, nor fix the future. But while empathy is critical, it’s only lip-service if it’s not followed by action.  

— Tacy Byham, CEO of DDI

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The Top 3 Questions We're Hearing

We're all navigating difficult conversations and exploring the best ways to make a difference. We hosted a webinar Do Better Together: How Leaders Can Support Social Change and Inclusion to share insights and perspectives for leaders from two of DDI's senior leaders. In an open and honest dialogue, Jazmine Boatman and Mathieu Baril wrestle with and explore the top three questions we're hearing from clients:

  • Should I bring up racism in the workplace? How?
  • How can I be an ally to my Black colleagues and other minorities?
  • What can we do to make progress toward true inclusion in the workplace?

Watch On-Demand Webinar

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DDI By Your Side

DDI stands with the families and friends of those who have been impacted by racism. We stand with you in the fight for justice, inclusion, and equality. 

Read the full message from DDI’s CEO Tacy Byham.

Let’s Make It Different This Time