Category: News

Considering a Corporate Response to the Post-Roe v. Wade Workplace

Considering a Corporate Response to the Post-Roe v. Wade Workplace: 5 Things to Do and Not Do The Supreme Court’s recent decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has forced companies to grapple with how they can respond to this sensitive subject. While some companies have made public announcements declaring their support of reproductive health, other… 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 »

The LCW Team Continues to Grow

  LCW is proud to announce that our team is once again growing. We’re excited to introduce four new hires and two new roles within the organization. This growth represents LCW’s continued commitment to providing personal and intentional partnership with every LCW client as we strive to help make transformational change across global organizations. “Expanding… Read more »

LCW Announces End-of-Year Learning Bundles

Make sure your organization is prepared to keep inclusion a priority in 2022 After a tremendous year of DEI learning and growth, we want to help your organization keep the momentum going into 2022! We’re offering limited time discounts on bundled programs that include eLearnings and mircoLearnings in any language version needed, along with a… Read more »

LCW Welcomes Seven New Hires, Plus a Promotion

  LCW is pleased to announce seven new hires who have been added to the team, plus a promotion. These hires, many of whom now occupy newly created roles at LCW, will play key roles in supporting the firm’s significant growth as well as drive DEI and culture transformation across Fortune 500 organizations globally. “We’re… Read more »

A Note from Our Partners: Statement on “Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping” Executive Order

    Dear Clients, Partners & Friends, We have reviewed the September 22 Executive Order, Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping. First, we want to assure you that our training content and consultative efforts to help organizations build cultures of inclusion do not now nor ever promote race or sex stereotyping or scapegoating in any way…. Read more »

Chuck Adams Joins LCW as Managing Principal

Charles “Chuck” Adams has joined LCW as a Managing Principal, a newly created role that straddles the areas of operations and consulting. Chuck has nearly 20 years of experience in community, education, and corporate diversity and inclusion programs. Prior to joining LCW, Chuck occupied various leadership roles in Talent Acquisition, Talent Development, Diversity and Inclusion,… Read more »

Introducing the LCW Advisory Board

            LCW enters it’s third decade, we’re pleased to announce the launch of the LCW Advisory Board. This esteemed group of clients, former colleagues, have graciously accepted their roles as advisors supporting LCW on a number of topics, including product development, growth strategies, and other areas. “For year’s, we’ve talked… Read more »

Cultural Immersions “Black Experience” Program Receives Praise from CTI

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The The Center for Talent Innovation’s (CTI’s) recent report, Being Black in Corporate America: An Intersectional Exploration calls LCW’s Cultural Immersions Program a transformative tool that “awakens through conversation.”  The program, developed in partnership with Unilever, was originally launched as a tool for helping marketing employees increase their cultural competency. Since then, 5,000 local and… Read more »