Executive Support

Helping You Manage DEI

The success of any DEI effort greatly depends on the ability of the leaders to create a compelling vision (including business case) for the effort.

We lend our decades of DEI experience to help your leaders create a DEI vision that incorporates industry best practices.

In need of temporary leadership for your DEI program? We’ve got you covered there as well. Our team includes individuals who have served in DEI Executive leadership roles.

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Executive Support

Helping You Manage DEI

Leadership Coaching

Our team has coached hundreds of leaders through the process of creating, assessing and managing diversity. 

Our coaches have executive-level experience, in-depth knowledge of DEI, and coaching experience in corporate, government, university, and not-for-profit organizations.

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Infrastructure Coaching

Building the DEI infrastructure can be one of the most challenging task for leaders. We take that burden off your organization.

We  use a template for infrastructure development that ensures critical components are not overlooked. We don’t just say what you need to build. We tell you why and how.

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Strategic DEI Consulting

Since the 1990’s, our team has assisted public and private sector clients identify systemic barriers to organizational success.

We work closely with our clients to build the infrastructure to plan and execute a comprehensive strategy for cultural transformation.

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Spotlight: DEI Leadership

In 2016 Bill Shackelford completed a ten-month tenure as the “interim Chief Diversity Officer” for Auburn University (Auburn Alabama) while they conducted a national search for a new Associate Provost & Vice President for Inclusion and Diversity.

In this role, Bill served as an advisor to the Provost and President on diversity-related issues and provided leadership to the Office of Inclusion and Diversity. In addition, he led the deans of each of the 14 academic units of the university (and their executive teams) through strategic planning sessions that created their diversity & inclusion plans for the coming year.