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When it comes to diversity and inclusion, your job is never done.

Global workforces are bringing people of different backgrounds, skills, and perspectives together, and all of them want to feel welcomed, accepted, and included. But often, even when people think they’re being inclusive, they’re not. The smallest interactions—like constantly mispronouncing a colleague’s name or forgetting a dietary restriction—can gradually chip away at feelings of acceptance and belonging, leaving that person feeling like an outsider.

“The statement ‘there are no neutral interactions’ is a key takeaway. I need to be conscious in every interaction that I have, to think about how it may be impacting a person based on their personality or something that’s going on in his or her life.”

— Seneca Leaders® attendee

Our approach.

We bet your leadership is more focused on building a team with diverse skills and backgrounds than on ensuring those people feel welcomed and included—and they’re probably wondering why they’re facing culture challenges. At Seneca, we get to the root of most diversity and inclusion issues: behaviors and attitudes. Whether you’re trying to get your leadership to understand why it’s important and a long-term priority, or help employees create an inclusive and accepting environment for one another, we’ll show you how Seneca can help.

We focus on:

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We emphasize the importance of a work environment in which all individuals are treated fairly, have equal access, and are truly heard by leadership and colleagues.

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Psychological Safety

We showcase, demonstrate, and practice just how easy it is to create or destroy psychologically safe environments.

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Vulnerability and trust

We help teams build vulnerability-based trust, where everyone feels they can be themselves without retaliation or judgment.

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Mindsets & Attitudes

We prove how something that sounds as simple as changing mindsets and attitudes can be a catalyst for broader change.

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