Diversity is not a buzzword or a checkbox.
For us, it's who we are - how we live and work.
As a training and consulting organization centered around advancing women and professionals of color, we believe a diversity strategy is simply a change management strategy. Our work is built on awareness, intentionality, and openness. All ideas that can be difficult at first, but with our strategies, our clients have found that it can become as natural as breathing.
As CEO of Rework Work, Stacey A. Gordon is an innovative human capital strategist whose mission is to reduce bias in global talent acquisition and management. To that end, Stacey offers diversity, inclusion and career related online courses which have been viewed more than 1 million times. She was recognized by Pepperdine University as a Top 40 Over 40 Leader, was a finalist for Los Angeles Business Journal’s Women Helping Women Award and was recognized by Forbes as a Top 3 Business Leader Who Spoke Out About Diversity & Inclusion. In her capacity as a highly-rated coach, she is a member of Forbes Coaching Council and coaches D&I practitioners at The Forum on Workplace Inclusion. Read more…
Farzana is an expert in program management and spearheading new, sustainable initiatives that engage public and private sectors audiences from a wide range of cultural, religions, generational and national backgrounds. Her specialties include growing and building employee resource groups (ERG), developing and conducting trainings on cultural agility and communication, and enhancing the supplier diversity pipeline. She is a frequently invited guest speaker on topics related to business resource groups, race, diversity, and cultural awareness and her expertise has been featured by the LA Times, Forbes, Diversity Inc., NPR and others. Read more…
Experts In Residence
From workshops in London to corporate training in the United States and virtual offerings that reach around the globe, our organization has impacted companies the world over. With deep expertise in human capital and talent management, we help our clients align their top talent with inclusive workplaces which helps everyone, not just a chosen few, realize their true potential at work.
10 ways to recover from a job interview stumble
37 Business Leaders Who Spoke Out About Diversity
5 ways to help your unemployed friend get a job
ERG’s: Are You Taking Advantage Of This Powerful Career Advancement Tool?
Farzana Nayani talks about her new book “Being All Of Me”
Mixed race and proud: LA’s multi-heritage kids navigate their identity
Parenting Kids in a Multicultural Family
Stacey A. Gordon featured in Pepperdine Magazine