Our highly experienced team of diversity experts provides personalized, in-depth coaching to develop a leader’s diversity acumen, with a focus on growing key inclusion skills. We do this by employing a variety of practical coaching tools and strategies to inspire behavioral change.
We work with leaders to understand how inclusion concepts are related to their work environment, including the key cultural dimensions impacting work environments, key layers of cultural identity and principles for developing cultural self-awareness.
Our coaching focuses on developing key skills for leaders including unconscious bias awareness, cultural competence, gender competence and more. Throughout their personalized coaching sessions, leaders will be provided with individualized strategies to add to their inclusive leadership tool kits, including access to the following tools:
The ICS is an assessment tool that helps individuals to understand how they respond to conflict when working across differences.
The EQ-i is an assessment tool designed to measure emotional and social intelligence and to provide insight into individual emotional competencies.
The MBTI is a questionnaire-style assessment that helps to determine a team member’s unique personality type, strengths and preferences.
After partnering with bci to deliver executive coaching and workshops in the Financial Services and Land, Property and Construction sectors, I continue to feel astounded by the level of insight, influence and impact they consistently deliver – regardless of the organizational culture or leadership team. They’re experts who drive meaningful change and do so by partnering and listening well to their clients. I cannot recommend bci highly enough.
Contact us to learn more about coaching that can be customized to suit your equity, diversity and inclusion needs.
During these stressful and uncertain times, it’s more important than ever to be inclusive and to consciously practice anti-racism. bci has created a free tip sheet with key strategies and tools that you can use to interrupt COVID-19-related racial bias.