Creating Inclusive Cultures

Culture is the character and personality of your organization. It’s how your employees interact with one another on a day-to-day basis. It’s what makes your business unique, and is the sum of its values, traditions, beliefs, interactions, behaviours and attitudes.

Invisible Organizational Culture

It is of utmost value to create a workplace that is free from discrimination, where diversity and inclusion are practiced, celebrated and embedded in the culture. 

Interested in finding out what’s below your waterline — aka the invisible organizational culture — and find out how things can really get done?

Manie and I worked together at KPMG in Toronto for a number of years. I was the Executive Director for National Administration, and Manie was my HR Business Consultant and trusted advisor. During our partnership, Manie worked with me and my management team to implement significant change initiatives including structural, organizational design, learning and development, and performance management. Manie brought strong HR and business knowledge to our work, facilitated difficult conversations, and helped us focus on the business results we needed to achieve.

Manie is an effective listener, collaborator and business advisor who challenges and broadens your thinking. She works with her clients at a strategic level and probes to ensure that the solutions she recommends will deliver results and meet the needs of her client and the organization she serves.

- Elaine M.

Executive Director, Professional Services Firm