The Diversity Movement is led by a team of experts, from business strategists and angel investors to nationally recognized TEDx speakers and Certified Diversity Executives. Each team member is prepared to inspire and provide actionable insights for your organization. We help companies large and small take the next step towards being diversity champions, whether that means group training sessions or consulting with leaders on how to move their diversity initiatives forward.
The training was an overwhelming success. One of our managers said this is the best corporate training the company has ever had – and she is our longest tenured employee! What’s most exciting is that the dialogue is continuing. I’m aware of several offline conversations of employees swapping stories and experiences. People are reaching out for support from others that they now know have shared experiences. THANK YOU for giving our organization a great first (of many) conversations!Amanda Mancuso Vice President of Human Resources, Metabolon
We selected Donald Thompson to moderate a diversity and inclusion panel for our members because as a D&I practitioner and CEO, Donald brings a business perspective with actionable insights to an initiative that continues to evolve and grow within professional environments.Talisa Hite Events Manager, North Carolina Chamber
Donald’s insight has helped provide us with an extremely valuable roadmap regarding our diversity and inclusion efforts. He facilitated discussions with our leaders identifying actionable steps that will help our organization create and accomplish our D&I goals in the days, months, and years ahead.Sharon Bryson CEO, North Carolina Association of CPAs
Sharon and team were fantastic! They provided advice, critique, examples, and encouragement. I am now armed with the knowledge I need to keep practicing and the confidence to look for opportunities to show off my new skills. I would definitely recommend this training for any leaders who need to be educated on the basics or to brush up on their skills.Amie Thompson CEO, Creative Allies