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At Diversity North Group, we build our own models, approaches, data, and data collection protocols so your organization will have tailored solutions for implementation to build Diversity & Inclusion. We're ready to support your organization wherever it is on its DEI journey: moving forward, getting started, in crisis, lost. Please find resources below that give you a flavor of our work. These may be useful as you consider next steps. 


Best Practices for Diversity & Inclusion: How Does Your Company Stack Up?

Our research identified over 150 current Diversity & Inclusion Best Practices of leading U.S. firms. The data show that across all companies there are common practices and innovative practices, and that companies vary in the degree to which DEI practices are embedded in the company DNA.

Case Study

Building DEI into STEM Start-Ups


Building an inclusive organizational culture takes intention and has many benefits, but knowing what tactics—applied when, by whom, and with whom—requires know-how to achieve the desired results.

Case Study

Anti-Racism Work in Human Services 


The murder of George Floyd in June 2020 galvanized organizations across the country to either begin to examine their commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion or to recommit with immediacy to efforts already underway. 


What Motivates Change? 


We’ve designed this set of discussion starters for you to start exploring—with your team, your manager, or your diversity and inclusion leader or group—the good reasons why a company comes to their interest and commitment to diversity, inclusion, and equity.

Diagnosis is a first step to making change. With these 6 leading motivators in sight, what are your thoughts about why a diversity and inclusion effort is right for your company?

Case Study

The Inclusion Complexities of Orchestras


We began our work with a leading U.S. orchestra enthusiastic to support them in bringing their commitment to diversity and inclusion to life—by, as we say, weaving DEI into “business as usual”.  This work was new to them...

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