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

Person on a laptop viewing the 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’s Sustainable Culture of Inclusion Model™

What is LCW’s Sustainable Culture of Inclusion Model™? For more than two decades, LCW has designed and delivered training, consulting, and translation solutions that empower every individual – from executives to individual contributors — with the tools to collaborate, thrive, and innovate across cultures. LCW’s Sustainable Culture of Inclusion Model™ is a framework for understanding Read More »

LCW Stands in Solidarity with the AAPI Community

We are stunned by the shooting deaths of Xiaojie Tan, Daoyou Feng, Delaina Yaun, Soon Chung Park, Hyun Jung Grant, Yong Ae Yue, Suncha Kim, and Paul Andre Michels and the wounding of Elcias Hernandez-Ortiz in Atlanta this past week. We are heartbroken that anti-Asian hate continues to escalate to such a new and tragic Read More »

Advancing Black Leadership: Six Ways to Support & Elevate Black Talent

From Day One’s recent webinar, “History in the Making: the Future of Black Leadership in Corporate America,” discussed what organizations need to do to uphold their promises to build supportive environments where Black leaders can grow and thrive. We know that this is more than a racial equity imperative. According to Coqual’s Being Black in Read More »

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