Diversity Councils are critical in building and maintaining inclusive and equitable organizational environments. The existence of an effectively operating Council demonstrates an organization’s commitment to creating a workplace that values and respects the wide variety of differences individuals bring to their work.

The Talent Dimensions Leadership Academy for Councils prepares organizations to create or revitalize infrastructure and operationalize plans for supporting a Council that will be integral to shaping a culture of inclusion and belonging. The program content is flexible, with care taken to address internal and external organizational realities. With a solid foundation of a clear mission, focused strategy, well-crafted charter, and results-focused goals, a Council can guide the important work of ERG/BRG leaders and members and promote diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging enterprise-wide.

During the design process, Talent Dimensions facilitators conduct virtual meetings or interviews with decision-makers and stakeholders within the organization to clarify deliverables and ensure the experience effectively reflects the culture and focuses accurately on the desired outcomes.

Participants will explore best practices and examine possibilities based on our decades of experience in the diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging space.

The Leadership Academy for Councils modules address five (5) essential areas needed to ensure Council success:

  • Analyze the Current Situation and Envision the Desired State
  • Develop Strategies and Measurable Tactics to Close Gaps
  • Create a Structure to Clarify Roles, Secure Resources, and Initiate Involvement
  • Strengthen Skills & Build Knowledge
  • Build Sustainability Components

Ensure Your Diversity Council Is Ready to Make a Difference

Participants in the Leadership Academy for Councils will:

  • Explore the purpose and power of a Diversity Council
  • Learn a practical five-step model for establishing and maintaining an influential Council
  • Identify potential challenges and opportunities
  • Examine key strategy, planning, and messaging components
  • Draft plans for next steps


Organizations with a dedicated DEI resource are 34% more likely to be high-performing in DEI than those without. (McLean & Company, 2023)

What diversity advocates are working for is an industry that honestly, accurately, and equitably represents the world we live in.
Mike Jung

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