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It's a tricky problem
Harvard Business Review research shows that most mandatory diversity trainings have detrimental consequences for both company culture and business bottom line.
With angst and frustration people are dragged to yet another diversity and inclusion training.
Based on prior experience everyone knows disrespect and biases won't change and think: “this is all a political show--only lip service.”
Despite best efforts each training confirms the differences are insurmountable and we can’t trust the man on top to actually help...
Diversity and inclusion is clearly an issue, but the words are loaded.
How do you do the thing without bringing the baggage?
Do you want to experience a new kind of magic?
What people are saying
I entered the room and my jaw dropped...The beauty of the space. The amazing music. It was like another world and I knew we were in for something special"
Case Manager @ Larkin Street Youth Center
Heartful was fun and depthful and everything in between. We took creative risks step by step and everyone was engaged. I haven't let loose, dropped the inner critic, and played like this since I can remember.
- Christina Trowbridge
Founder, Temescal Arts Center
"I have a completely different orientation to storytelling after Heartful... I mean, for one, I realize that we all have uncommon experiences that are relatable and that my stories can be powerful connectors. I felt like everyone inspired me."
- Jennie Tillman
"This experience has tremendously inspired my approach to leadership. I see that my stories contain great power for connection and inclusion"
- Rachel Fryke
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion @ Black Pine Circle School
"I use different activities to engage varying learning styles on my teams and this workshop is taking me to the next level. They way we built off one another and engaged with imagination and intuition was incredibly inspiring."
Who we are
As first generation Mexican American Jeremy harnesses the power within his appearance with the lenses of his mixed heritage to create truly inclusive workplaces (AKA "magic"). He has taught workshops on group dynamics and facilitation throughout North America and accumulated over 3000 hours leading university level programs geared toward diversity and inclusion (AKA intercultural discovery and inspiration).
Jeremy received his BA in organizational behavior & international entrepreneurship from California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo. At JFK University he received a masters level certificate in drama therapy.
Founder | Cultural Strategist | Experience Designer
Jeremy has designed and facilitated programs in contexts ranging from sustainable development in the Amazon of Ecuador, Diversity + Inclusion with corporate executives, and with organizations on the cutting edge of organizational change and development. He inspires change by engaging people through art and story that is grounded in research, experience, and group developmental and systems theory.
Click here to learn about one of Jeremy's stories of intercultural discovery.