- About Us
In Gallup surveys of more than five million people working in five hundred organizations, one of the best predictors of how happy someone felt on their job was agreement with the statement: “I have a best friend at work.” In another study of employees at seven hundred companies, the majority said liking their boss was a prime driver of both productivity and retention. (Summary taken from The New York Times, “The Wisdom of Thoughtfulness”).
- Chief Diversity Officer, Chubb & Son
The challenge of inclusion grows ever more difficult during these times of accelerating change and uncertainty. Count Me In® teaches inclusion as a daily practice, connecting employees across a host of differences. Positive, practical and action-oriented, Count Me In® inspires leaders at every level to welcome innovation, appreciate others and encourage contribution.
Sessions are adapted to align with your company’s business, talent and diversity goals. CMI® is especially useful as a strategy for engaging the whole organization during change. We’ll help you best position your inclusion initiative and maximize the benefits of employee feedback collected during sessions.
Our microinequities programs have been recognized by The Conference Board and The Catalyst Awards and have been profiled in The Wall Street Journal , Chief Learning Officer and a host of national and international publications.
Great identification of hard to identify problems in the workplace. This is Astra Zeneca’s next great initiative!
Count Me In® is the most valuable diversity training we’ve undertaken in ten years.
Every aspect, concern, and avenue of life in one’s professional and personal life was exposed...That is what I found distinctive and valuable – it was real life!