Category: Events

[Webinar] Confidently Using LGBTQ+ Language Related to Gender Identity

Confidently Using LGBTQ+ Language Related to Gender Identity Learning with LCW: 2023 Webinar Series  |  March 23, 12pm CST Facilitated by Jeffrey Cookson, GPHR, SPHR and Rebecca Parrilla This skill-building session provides participants the opportunity to discuss the dynamic language landscape regarding LGBTQ+ people, their experiences, and their identities, especially as related to diverse gender… Read more »

[Webinar] Ask an Expert Anything on Having Difficult Conversations About the Black Experience

Learning with LCW Webinar: Ask an Expert Anything on Having Difficult Conversations About the Black Experience Date: February 13, 2023 Time: 11am CST LCW is excited to announce our brand-new 2023 webinar series, Learning with LCW! Throughout the year, join us for events that start important conversation, upskill your own learning, and celebrate the success… Read more »

Webinar: Planning for Black History Month with LCW

Looking for ways to bring meaningful programming to your organization this Black History Month? Join LCW as we preview just a few ways to infuse intentional programming into your training that will open the door to year-round conversation. LCW’s webinar “Planning for Black History Month” is an opportunity to preview two of our cultural competence… Read more »

Planning for Indigenous People’s Heritage Month


This webinar allows participants to contextualize current events in the broader Indigenous experience and preview an activity from LCW’s hourlong training session “Spotlight on Indigenous People in North America.” Together we will: Unpack current events & issues affecting Indigenous communities Introduce the diversity of Indigenous people in North America Review worldviews that guide many Indigenous communities… Read more »

LCW’s Celebrating Juneteenth Learning Module

Juneteenth marks the ending of slavery in the United States and commemorates the date –June 19, 1865–when a Union general read federal orders in Galveston, Texas that all previously enslaved people in Texas were free. Even though the Emancipation Proclamation had formally freed enslaved people 2.5 years earlier, enforcement of the proclamation had been slow… Read more »

LCW Announces Public Sessions During Black History Month

Looking for meaningful programing to attend this Black History Month? Look no further. LCW is excited to offer two carefully curated versions of our programs to promote important conversations during Black History Month this February. Learn more about our offerings and register to claim your complimentary seat below. Understanding the Black Experience In America Course… Read more »

A Global Reading List for International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

  Last year, the world witnessed global demonstrations in response to the murder of George Floyd. Hundreds of thousands of people across over 40 countries marched to not only show solidarity with the US, but also voice their anger and hurt about systemic racism. While for years race has been viewed as largely “a US… Read more »

Celebrate Pride Month with Us: Join Pride Circle’s #21DaysAllyChallenge

This year, LCW is proud to partner with Pride Circle in India and countless other organizations including Unilever for the #21DaysAllyChallenge. This fun, global, and virtual game engages the LGBTQ+ community and its allies in a series of mini challenges spread over 21 days in June to celebrate Pride all month long. Start Date: June… Read more »

LCW Replay: “Building Executive Presence Among a Diverse Group of Leaders”

Like “cultural fit,” “executive presence” is a measure many organizations use to evaluate future leaders. However, executive presence models often pose a challenge to high-potential women, people of color, and others from different/minority cultural backgrounds. Building Executive Presence Among a Diverse Group of Leaders explores different approaches to developing and evaluating executive presence while highlighting some… Read more »

New Series: “Culture Moments Amid COVID-19”

To help navigate issues related to culture, gender, race, identity and intersectionality in the age of COVID-19, LCW has launched a new series of conversations targeting the pandemic’s impact on specific communities. Culture Moments Amid COVID-19 features special experts sharing authentic and personal cultural insights, inside stories, historical context and current experiences that provide a… Read more »

LCW Celebrates #UnitedforAmerica with Complimentary D&I Career Coaching & Certification

On May 21, Unilever and countless others are standing #UnitedforAmerica. On its first annual Day of Service, Unilever is asking organizations to donate to Feeding America and Direct Relief or virtually volunteer to support communities impacted by COVID-19. As Unilever commits to donating the equivalent of one day’s worth of products produced at their factories, our… Read more »

LCW Replay: “Inclusive Leadership: Responding to Xenophobia During the COVID-19 Pandemic”

A month into the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us are still struggling to define “normal” among the personal and professional challenges that we now have to confront – whether it’s pandemic-related stress, physical distancing measures, or remote working. Meanwhile, inclusive leaders at every level are searching for the best ways to support their colleagues and… Read more »

LCW Replay: “Going Remote: A Roadmap for Leading Inclusive Virtual Teams”

In today’s current climate, work is no longer merely an option – in most cases, it’s a necessity. In response to this new paradigm and the challenges that come along with it, LCW recently led Going Remote: A Roadmap for Leading Inclusive Virtual Teams.  Part of our Mini-Workshops for Inclusion Champions series, Going Remote was… Read more »