Inclusion Starts with Leaders
We're Your Inclusion Partner
In working with us, you will learn why we are known for our excellence in client service. We pride ourselves on creating lasting connections with our clients and stakeholders.
bci’s Areas of Expertise
Unconscious bias refers to the mental shortcuts that the unconscious brain takes in decision-making.
Cultural competence refers to our ability to notice, understand and adapt to cultural differences.
Authentic leadership is essential for creating inclusive workplaces where everyone can be who they are.
Inclusive sponsorship teaches leaders to provide advocacy in a way that embraces cultural differences.
Allyship focuses on interrupting individual and systemic barriers for marginalized communities.
Inclusive Talent Management
Inclusive talent management applies an inclusion lens to critical career advancement areas.
Mental Health Inclusion
Mental health inclusion focuses on raising awareness and disrupting biases around mental illness.
Empowering Diverse Professionals
Empowerment programming provides women and diverse professionals practical tools to thrive.
bci’s World-Renowned Clients
We are known globally for our work, and we have worked with hundreds of clients around the world to help them achieve their equity, diversity and inclusion objectives.
Ritu’s keynote address at our women’s leadership event, which focused on the principles in her book, was dynamic and highly interactive. Ritu empowered our leaders to build more meaningful relationships to help create an engaged, innovative and inclusive workplace.
Some of our clients include:
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The Authenticity Principle
“Leaders, Be the Change.”
This is not just the title of the final chapter of Ritu’s book on authenticity, it is a key message that infuses all of what we do.
Authentic leadership unlocks inclusion within organizations.
Ritu spoke at Orrick’s finance business unit retreat, and I believe that she ‘moved the dial’ for those in the room that day. She did not just change hearts and minds — she provided lasting insights that many leaders will use to be inclusive and think differently about new opportunities to promote women, people of color and LGBTQ lawyers.
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