Your Go-To Partner for Canadian Organizations Looking to Create Inclusive, Diverse, Equitable, and Accessible Workplaces.
Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Accessibility
Welcome to CCDI Consulting, your trusted partner on the journey toward inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility (IDEA). Whether you are just beginning or well-advanced in your IDEA journey, we stand ready to meet you where you are. As a leading Canadian DEI consulting firm, we bring a wealth of experience, having assisted numerous organizations and individuals and touched the lives of thousands through our transformative training and workshops.
Since 2015, CCDI Consulting has been at the forefront of supporting Canadian employers in addressing workplace IDEA challenges. Our team, with practical experience spanning various industries, employs a unique integrated organizational management, data-driven approaches and a transformative methodology.
Join us on your path to a more inclusive, diverse, equitable, and accessible future.
Our Areas of Expertise
We offer a range of solutions and tools to aid your and your organization's progress on the IDEA journey.
Explore research, critical thinking, self-directed learning, and expanding knowledge in the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Accessibility (IDEA) space. Discover how to navigate this critical area with purpose and confidence. Gain practical strategies to influence leaders, impact your team, and drive meaningful change.
In this issue, we look back at our highest-attended webinars, and seek to answer some of the most pressing questions from our subscribers. We also take a moment to reflect on the importance of the IDEA learning journey as an individual, reminding ourselves that our individual efforts are a ripple that has the potential to create waves of change.
Microaggressions are a pervasive problem in our society, affecting people who are marginalized in a variety of ways. Examples of microaggressions can be found in various forms, such as verbal comments, behaviours, or environmental cues that communicate hostile, derogatory, or negative messages to individuals based on their marginalized identity. These small comments or behaviours may seem harmless to those who make them, but they can have a significant impact on the mental health and well-being of those who experience them
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