We believe in the power of people: to meet each other halfway, to build meaningful connections, and to form workplaces where everyone is included.

From the diversity of thoughts, ideas, experiences, and knowledge, to the diversity of groups  and voices represented, the DICE Leadership Group recognizes that the typical workforce and way we work are changing.

Workplaces are realizing the increased need to manage and work efficiently with people from all walks of life and multiple generations, each having their own values, motivating factors, and work-style preferences. Succeeding in diversity and inclusion means cultivating a culture of understanding, respecting, and celebrating what makes us unique, while bridging these differences to immensely benefit your organization.

Creating engagements to bolster workforce synergy is our expertise. Let us show you how your organization can reach its goals.

Our Philosophy:

We exist to better the world by celebrating differences of all people through conversation and collaboration.

We are a fun, creative, and progressive organization delivering dynamic products and facilitated engagements that create brave spaces for challenging conversation, self-awareness, and  individuals empowerment to make positive impacts.

Building an inclusive culture is the foundation for increased learning, genuine curiosity, and growth within any organization.  As we learn to be inclusive of all people inside and outside the organization, we will attract and retain a more diverse and productive workforce that empowers employees to lead from where they are.     

    

  • Engaged employees are in the game for the sake of the game; they believe in the cause of the organization.
    — Paul Marclano, PhD
  • Employee engagement is the emotional commitment the employee has to the organization and its goals.
    — Kevin Kruse
  • Culture is about performance, and making people feel good about how they contribute to the whole.
    — Tracy Streckenbach
  • To win in the marketplace, you must first win in the workplace.
    — Doug Conant
  • The way your employees feel is the way your customers will feel.
    — Meghan Biro
  • For true success, ask yourself these four questions: Why? Why not? Why not me? Why not now?
    — James Allen