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DEI Training Conference

Our Services & Consulting

Many school districts, law enforcement organizations, municipal governments and other public, and private, entities are wrestling with Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) endeavors. It has been found that some of these efforts do not provide direction, or an actionable strategy, and, therefore, results in little to no change.

Equity and inclusion are core values vital to the growth of any organization.

A policy is only the beginning. Action is required to ensure that policy is alive and active.

The Illinois Commission on Diversity & Human Relations offers companies, nonprofits and municipalities a number of services to help move their diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) efforts forward. Professionals are available to advise local government, especially police departments and schools to resolve "people related" challenges through workshops and services.

Corporate Solutions

  • Becoming a True "Community Partner"

  • Employee Surveys and Cultural Competency

  • Event Planning

  • Organizational Change

  • Conflict Resolution

  • Recruitment and Retention

Law Enforcement Assistance

  • Cultural Competency Training

  • Employee Attitude Surveys

  • Post Training Evaluations

Non-Profit Solutions

  • How to start a Non-Profit Organization

  • The "Non-Profit" Check-Up; is your organization reaching its mission?

  • Fund Raising

  • Event Planning

  • Board Recruitment and Training

Diversity Initiatives

  • Developing A Diversity Policy

  • Evaluation of Current Diversity Policies

  • Recruitment of Diversity Council

  • Assessment of Diversity Council Effectiveness

Municipal Issues

  • Assessment of Minority Recruitment Policies

  • Developing Strategies for Minority Recruitment and Retention

Speaker's Bureau

Informed and experienced speakers are available to your company, church, organization in the areas of:

  • Urban Education

  • Minority Recruitment

  • Racial Profiling

  • Conflict Resolution

  • Minority Business Development

  • Black and Latino Relations

  • The Civil Rights Movement


Critical Thinking

An examination of lyrics, words and documents in history that promotes bias, stereotyping and racism

1.5 hours; virtual; unlimited participants

Micro Agression

An exploration of verbal, behavioral and environmental slights directed toward members of marginalized groups and the impact.

1.5 hours; virtual; unlimited participants

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Identify strategies to become more inclusive; understand how to develop a Diversity, Equity & Inclusion policy and plan.

2 hours; virtual; unlimited participants

Implicit Bias

The uncovering of uncovering of unconscious prejudices that effect relationships toward and between individuals and groups.

2 hours; virtual; unlimited participants

Cultural Enrichment

A review of names, customs and experiences of different cultural groups needed to build understanding and acceptance.

1.5 hours; virtual; unlimited participants

Employee Surveys

Measure the employee point of view and assess level of engagement and alignment with the organization, department and strategy.

Duration, Assessment Methods and cost based on need

"In the country’s perpetual battle to dream of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for all Americans, the ICDHR under the leadership of Rev. Brooks reminds us that what is possible is what we make possible. The ICDHR in the spirit of progressivism pushes the envelope on what is possible and has opened my eyes to the demand never to settle for small, marginal victories. We owe it to those who sacrificed so much to get us to this point to work as hard as ever to dream and pursue big things."   

Paul Scott, Unity Partnership, Law Enforcement Liaison, 

DuPage County NAACP, Law Enforcement Committee

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