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The Formula For Your Dei Conversations.

Creating the INCLUSIVE WORKPLACE of the Future, Today


There is no downside to creating an inclusive work environment

Prioritize diversity, equity and inclusion in your organization and create the type of work culture that attracts and retains top talent

At DARE to DEI, we believe in the power of people. We believe that strong businesses can only be built by empowered individuals who understand, respect and appreciate themselves and every person around them. When understanding, respect and appreciation don't come naturally, we believe that honest conversations are the bricks that pave the way to change. 

Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) have become more than buzzwords in today's rapidly evolving business climate. Companies aiming to stay relevant and rise to the top of their industries realize that they need to lift these well-used terms out of their mission statements and put them into action. Why? Because recruiting great talent, empowering employees to succeed and fostering an inclusive workplace culture will enable individuals, teams and businesses to reach new heights of profitability, innovation and success. 

The DARE to DEI team is on a mission to help businesses like yours create a diverse and inclusive workplace that inspires, motivates and makes all people feel valued. If this is your vision, then we want to help you to achieve it.

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Diversity, equity and inclusion 101:
how DEI can reshape the future of your company

By finding unity in diversity, your business can close the potential gap and create the kind of inclusive work culture that guarantees success.

DARE to DEI can help you to harness the power of DEI for the good of your business


Human diversity is one of the most important assets that an organization can possess. Diversity may include gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, age, intellectual capacity, disability, socioeconomic background or political perspective. The presence of these differences enables individuals working in a team to present points and ideas that are informed by their unique perspectives, ensuring that a wider audience is able to make a connection to the product or service offered. 


Equity is a term that represents fairness, justice and impartiality in our society. To promote equity, stakeholders need to understand how outcome disparities are created and then engage in a process to ensure that all people have access to the same opportunities. By removing barriers to opportunity for marginalized populations, we can begin to narrow the outcome disparities that exist within our businesses and our society.


Inclusion is about creating a physical and digital space where all individuals feel comfortable, welcomed and heard. An inclusive environment encourages participation and promotes diversity and inclusivity across the entire work process, from the boardroom to the office to the staff room. Creating this environment will allow diverse groups of people to bring their authentic selves into organizations, improving their capacity to harness the perspectives of all stakeholders in decision-making processes.


Is diversity training the right solution for your business?

  • Would you like to cultivate a more diverse and inclusive work environment?

  • Do you want to ensure that every stakeholder in your business has access to the same opportunities and privileges?

  • Are you committed to empowering your leaders to be able to discuss DEI issues in the workplace without fear of retribution? 

  • Do you want to do what is socially and fiscally right for your business? 

  • Are you ready to welcome more minorities into leadership positions in your company?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then DARE to DEI has a solution to help you achieve your goals. Contact us today to discuss where your business is today and where you'd like to be. 

We’re changing the world of work, one business at a time

Hear from those we’ve helped

I knew I needed to have the conversation but I didn't know how. What was worse is that everyone was looking to me to say something about the disparities in the world and how those disparities showed up in our company. I had so much to say but I was drowning in the fear of not knowing how to say it. The DARE model was a lifesaver. DARE didn't give me the words, it gave me something better - a formula that I can use over and over again. I think my DARE coach and I will stay joined at the hip.

Shawn Andrews

Chief Operating Officer

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