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An Initiative Developed by Carol Fulp and Susan Hodgkinson

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Organizational Consulting for Leaders

Advancing Diversity & Inclusion

The Race & Gender Project assists CEOs in driving essential cultural advancement of diversity, inclusion, and belongingness in their organizations. 

The Project is led by diversity experts Carol Fulp, CEO of Fulp Diversity LLC, and Susan Hodgkinson, President of the Personal Brand Company. We bring real-life, extensive track records of success, enabling leaders to embed D&I deeply as a shared belief and set of behaviors that improve business outcomes. 

Fulp is an authority on racial diversity, and Hodgkinson is an expert in gender diversity. We're passionate about enabling businesses to attract, retain, and advance the best and brightest talent, which by definition is highly diverse.

Both are authors having published works on their research and findings with Fulp writing Success: Through Diversity Why The Most Inclusive Companies Will Win. Hodgkinson’s research is featured in her two books, The Dignity Mindset: A Leaders Guide to Creating Gender Equity At Work and The Leaders Edge: Using Personal Branding to Driving Performance and Profit.

We’ve come together through The Race & Gender Project to provide comprehensive, outcomes-based consulting to enable you to shift your culture forward and continue to advance it over time.

Carol has been enormously impactful in guiding our entire company to establish and reach concrete goals on diversity and inclusion. On a one-on-one level, I have never had a meeting with her where I don't come away with wise counsel that I immediately apply in my day-to-day management.

 

Rick Berke, Co-founder & Executive Editor, STAT News

DEI Organizational Consulting Services

Phase 1

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CEO Diversity Commitment

In-depth discussions with CEOs leading to their commitment to serve as an agent of change. 

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CEO Convening

Organizational meeting led by CEO detailing the business imperative of diversity and inclusion.

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Organizational Interviews

One-one-one confidential interviews with a large number of individuals across the organization representing broad diversity in race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ability, job level, and more. Interviews enable employee perspectives of inclusion and belonging within the organization.

Phase 2

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Diversity, Inclusion, Culture Analysis & Recommendations Report

Development of a substantial Diversity, Inclusion, Culture Analysis & Recommendations Report. This analysis synthesizes the perspectives, themes, and staff suggestions while anonymously reporting out any employee statements.

 

The analysis provides an employee view of diversity within the organization, consultant research, and recommendations for management consideration.

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Management Report Consultation

Consultation with CEO and Sr. Executives to review and discuss analysis and recommendations. Agree upon forthcoming diversity objectives.

Phase 4

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Diversity, Inclusion, Culture Analysis & Recommendations Presentation

Provide a 90 Minute virtual Diversity, Inclusion, Culture Analysis & Recommendations Presentation for the entire organization.

Phase 5

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Implementation of Key Diversity Objectives

Will assist management in launching key diversity objectives.

Results-Based Outcomes

Led by a CEO, the Race & Gender Project enables a diversity-based cultural shift with an organization.

 

Organizational changes engage employee perspectives and needs, white integrating state-of-the-art practices introduced by Race & Gender Project consultants.

 

The implementation of goals engages staff members at every level, focusing on embedding diversity into an organization's culture.

 

This work further evolves diversity and inclusion, allowing for greater innovation, creativity, and engagement to occur in the company.

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Two Authors United

Carol and Susan are both authors who have published works on their research and findings.

 

Carol Fulp wrote Success: Through Diversity Why The Most Inclusive Companies Will Win and Susan Hodgkinson’s research is featured in her two books, The Dignity Mindset: A Leaders Guide to Creating Gender Equity At Work, and The Leaders Edge: Using Personal Branding to Driving Performance and Profit.

Together, through The Race & Gender Project, they provide comprehensive, outcomes-based consulting to enable companies to shift their culture forward and continue to advance it over time.

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About Carol Fulp and Susan Hodgkinson

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Some of the Organizations That Have Engaged Carol Fulp

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