From tech startups and VC firms to Fortune 500 companies and mission-driven organizations, we design remote or in-person engagements for our clients’ unique needs.
FORENSIC CULTURE AUDIT
Vaya’s Forensic Culture Audit entails in-depth exploratory work on the internal culture of a company through the lens of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Vaya’s audit includes a review of relevant policies and procedures, as well as site visits and interviews with the company’s leadership, HR team, and other key stakeholders. Together, Vaya’s data review, site visits, and interviews unearth assets and opportunities in the company’s culture that directly relate to its ability to attract and retain top talent across the company.
Vaya’s Hiring Audit entails in-depth exploration of the processes and practices your organization uses to source, recruit, interview, and hire talent. During the audit, Vaya reviews relevant hiring policies and procedures, and interviews leadership, hiring managers, recruiters, interviewers, and other talent-focused employees. Together, Vaya’s data review and interviews unearth assets and opportunities in your organization's hiring process that directly relate to your ability to attract and retain top talent from all backgrounds.
Alignment sessions are designed for senior/executive leadership teams to develop, tailor, and agree on the company’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) strategy, including potential roadblocks that could affect the program rollout. Alignment at the “top” and a working understanding of the underpinnings of DEI strategy is critical to ensure success.
INCLUSIVE MANAGEMENT TRAINING
Vaya’s Inclusive Management Training consists of two half-day or 1 full day session designed for up to 30 people managers per session. In this training, we cover how to implement inclusive management and team principles in the context of the company’s work culture.
INTRO TO DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION IN THE WORKPLACE
This 90-minute session is designed for up to 30 employees from any level. Building on Nicole Sanchez’ “Diversity in the Workplace” course at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, we provide an overview of DEI, highlighting how small adjustments around our assumptions, language choices, and communication norms can drastically improve inclusion for colleagues of all backgrounds, as well as overall company culture.
This half-day session is designed for up to 15 team members from any level, all champions of the current DEI efforts inside the company. This can be a committee appointed to work on DEI, the team responsible for outcomes, or leaders of Employee Resource Groups (ERGs).