Care over Blame
Science over Dogma
Evolution over Compliance
Holistic over Piecemeal
We choose an approach that prioritizes:
Good for Business.
Good for People.
There’s a lot of talk about diversity, equity, and inclusion, but clear recommendations are rarely made.
REthinc is unparalleled in our approach, our experience, and our ability to care for you and your staff. We offer simple, actionable, tailored solutions to improve your business and help all employees thrive.
Finding direction through bumpy terrain.
Although it’s easy to identify the problems, it’s often hard to see the path forward. One doesn’t always know what to do. For leaders, this is often a new and disorienting sensation. We’ll serve as your partners and your guides.
REthinc helps with all aspects of DEI, from de-escalating tension in the workplace to plotting a path forward rooted in intentional, well-designed supports which result in fewer mistakes in communications, relationships, and training.
We’ll develop and support your execution of a strategy for learning, change, and healing - rooted in the priorities and goals most important to you - that will result in a healthier workplace with better outcomes.
Create a changing world together
DEI work has gained much momentum in recent months and years. Our team has been driving this critical work - serving in this space for decades. Our programs are bolstered by the results of lifelong commitments of our team of practitioners, researchers, and economists.
Immediate solutions and long term approaches that lead to a diverse, equitable, and inclusive business.
Strategic Planning & Execution
Practical and actionable guidance on what’s needed, what works, what sticks, and why.
Adult Learning Experiences
Research-based training that fits neatly into your strategy, leads to change, and considers multiple perspectives.
Integrated Behavior Change and Long-term, Personalized Support
Tech solutions that meet your people where they are, support their development, and increase overall employee engagement.
In order for proper healing and repair to occur, each of us must be willing to interrogate how we have benefited from these oppressive systems.
For every other learning and change initiative I have embarked on in my career, I have found I could ‘borrow’ another organization’s roadmap. On the race issue, there were none to be found, particularly not led successfully by a white male CEO. REthinc was the only organization who knew how to help us articulate a vision, begin our learning journey, overcome tough intra company debates and set clear objectives.