San Francisco, California, June 9— Freeman Means Business, a company that helps businesses achieve conscious inclusion through effective communications, today announced the launch of the Executive Institute on Inclusion (EII) program. A diverse workplace drives economic growth, yet only 25% of total C-Suite positions are held by women and only 16% are held by racially diverse individuals. Now is the time to change that.
The program provides the messages, measures and meaningful tools that create change, improving company culture and shifting organizations to become equal and consciously include all. The multi-level program is built off of two decades of training legal and business executives using metrics that count: assessments, awareness, storytelling and action plans. Freeman Means Business has partnered with StoryBolt out of Chicago to facilitate exposure to real and inspiring stories told through documentary storytelling and live Q&A sessions with filmmakers, enabling leaders to engage with and unpack the difficult topics. “Susan and her team have done remarkable work in the corporate space and now, we are excited to partner on hosting the “Executive Institute on Inclusion,” said Nassim Abdi, CEO of StoryBolt.
Freeman Means Business faculty members will provide meaningful tools in interactive sessions at the Summit. Executives can participate virtually or in-person once the shelter-in-place orders have been lifted.
The Executive Institute on Inclusion consists of three parts as seen below:
For further information please contact: Business Development Director, Jeanel Carlson