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Time to be Part of the Solution. . .

Now, more than ever, companies, organizations, teams, and businesses of all sizes are seeking solutions. And the one area for which every company needs a solution, regardless of industry or size, is in the area of Diversity & Inclusion.

Why is this? Well, aside from the obvious moral reasons, it is becoming more and more strikingly clear that there is a direct link between having a diverse and inclusive workforce/environment and having a growing, robust organization.

Your employees want a solution, need a solution and will feel the pain if they don’t have a solution in the area of Diversity & Inclusion training. They want to do the right thing!



What's Unique about this Diversity & Inclusion Training Program?

Are you a Pioneer, a Champion, or an Influencer?


Knowing the natural role, you play in building diverse and inclusive environments, and knowing how to guide others in discovering their natural role, is ESSENTIAL to bring about lasting change in our workplaces and our world.

What sets apart this Diversity & Inclusion training - “Another Seat At The Table” - from any others in the marketplace is the proprietary core curriculum we have called:

“The Pioneer, The Champion, And The Influencer.”

This core teaching helps everyone self-identify the role they can play and how each person as an individual is integral in this bigger picture process.

“Another Seat At The Table” will be able to help EACH PERSON identify...

  • Their own role

  • What motivates them

  • What their self-talk is (and how that may positively or negatively affect their contribution)

  • And what change-driven actions they can take right away to make a difference


  • This is a DIFFERENCE-MAKER in you being able to help any team thrive in the process of building greater diversity and inclusion.

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    Moore About Me...

    Candace Moore, MS CCC-SLP is a licensed Diversity and Inclusion trainer. Her mission is to help businesses become better global citizens through diversity, equity and inclusion - and to reap all the rewards that come with it. From increased employee engagement to recruiting and retention benefits… all the way to a better position in the marketplace and more loyal customers… including diversity, equity and inclusion measures in the way you operate does more than just put good into the world. It adds to your bottom line.

    When you’re a pioneer in your field - when you’re filled with hope and ambition and aspiration to make a difference in the world - you have the opportunity to give a voice to the voiceless. You have an opportunity to make a difference not only in your life and your business, but the lives of those in your community and globally as a result. That’s the passion I want to share with you, and my job is to give you the tools to make that happen.

    From my time as a speech pathologist working with individuals with disabilities to my expertise in helping organizations discover the power that lies in diverse workforces, I’ve developed a deep understanding and appreciation for all the differences we display as humans. Together we can leverage those differences for your organization and the world as a whole

    Facts on Diversity and Inclusion

    In the next 4 years, millennials will make up about 75% of the workforce, and this emerging workforce has identified that one of their top reasons for selecting an employer is for that employer to have a strong value-based culture of diversity and inclusion. If they don’t experience this in their workplace, on average they will only stick with a job for up to a year

    67% of job seekers consider workplace diversity an important factor when considering employment opportunities, and more than 50% of current employees want their workplace to do more to increase diversity.

    98% of leaders feel their company is inclusive. In other words, leaders think employees can bring their whole, authentic selves to work. But only 80% of employees actually report feeling included in their workplace.