Diversity is not a buzzword or a check box – clients have found that diversity doesn’t have to be difficult, or hard, and it definitely doesn’t have to be work
Leading at the intersection of diversity, inclusion, and workplace culture, in her role as Executive Advisor and Diversity Strategist, Stacey Gordon coaches and counsels executive leaders on DEI strategies for the business, while offering a no-nonsense approach to education for the broader employee population.
Stacey is the creator of the number one resume course at LinkedIn learning and an unconscious bias course which has consistently been the second-highest viewed course on the platform. It has also been translated into at least four languages and has been featured by LinkedIn, Microsoft, and Virgin America (now Alaska Airlines). Previously employed as an Adjunct Professor teaching Diversity in Organizations at Phillips Graduate University, she now teaches at Pepperdine University in the Business School where she earned her MBA. Stacey’s book, UNBIAS: Addressing Unconscious Bias at Work is currently available at Amazon, Barnes & Nobles, and wherever books are sold.
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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.
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