Recognizing and addressing your organization’s work culture biases and stereotypes is the first step to growing cultural competency and humility through a lens of anti-racism. Change needs to be driven from the top. Further, executive teams and board members can benefit from understanding the background of employees and clients being served, including culture, gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, and socioeconomic status. The Institute of Antiracism and Equity in Mental Health can help.

Diverse companies enjoy


2.3 times higher cash flow per employee according to a three-year research study.


of job seekers and employees say a diverse workforce is an important factor when evaluating job opportunities and companies according to a 2020 Glassdoor survey.
Even though the majority of executives believe diversity and inclusion are important issues,


Benefits of DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion) awareness and transformation:
More educated and effective staff
Improved problem solving and creativity
Better decision making
Increased teamwork
Better conflict resolution
Increased employee retention and decreased training costs